In the culture war ignited by the post-George Floyd protests, 600 Jewish groups know which side they are on. But is this really about racism or politics?
Author: Jonathan S Tobin
After a spokesman distanced the Democrat from a prominent anti-Semite who spoke during their convention, others in the campaign apologized to her supporters.
After the Israel-UAE normalization deal, will the Palestinians or the Jewish left realize that events require them to change their thinking? Don’t bet on it.
An increasingly influential left-wing faction poses a new litmus test for candidates for office. But rather than being isolated, the radicals are growing in influence.
The attacks on Ken Marcus, outgoing head of the Education Department’s Civil Rights office, show why control of the federal bureaucracy matters.
A woke mob’s attacks on a centrist Jewish writer at “The New York Times” illustrates what happens when illiberal new standards of behavior cancel contrary views.
Do young American Jews support those who want to eliminate the Jewish state? Some do. But those who deny Jewish rights are not the Jewish future.
Momentum for the idea is growing. But the Holocaust analogy undermines a proposal that could do much harm without fixing what’s wrong with America.
A media critic says following orders and having Jewish friends should get a “New York Times” editor who posted libels against Israel off the hook for promoting hate.