Dave Rich’s book on anti-Semitism grew out of a Ph.D. on the growth of left-wing anti-Zionism in Britain from the 1960s through the 1980s, whose findings have proven all too relevant in recent months.
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Born in Tel Aviv, pro-Palestinian activist Eran Cohen, 27, is challenging the accepted norms of British Jewry.
Donald Trump's pick of banker-cum-Hollywood financier Steven Mnuchin begs the question: What's in his name?
My family was lucky enough to escape Fidel Castro's brutal dictatorship and work our way to success in the U.S. Our story is not uncommon among fellow Cuban-Americans, who share a bond stronger than anything Castro could've dreamed of threatening.
The presidential candidate offended many in the Jewish community when he said Jews didn't 'respect the laws of the French Republic.' But will it hurt his campaign?
Every morning, dozens of hardscrabble women from Latin America and Eastern Europe congregate at a corner in Williamsburg, desperately seeking work as cleaners in the homes of Satmar Hasids. An expose of their plight.
Jewish teachings argue strongly for lenient absorption policies. But perhaps the most compelling Jewish argument for welcoming immigrants and refugees is our shared historical experience.
When there are only 110 Reform rabbis in the entire country, what are the chances that Noa Mazor would follow in her dad's and brother's footsteps?