Even for Israel, where Beyond Belief is another name for the place all of us live in all the time, there seems something impossible, something bordering on science fiction, about this country engaging in Nazi-washing
The coupling of neo-Nazism with neo-Confederate hate displayed in Charlottesville has helped strip away the thin veneer of states' rights, military valor and Southern pride from the fundamental truth of the Lost Cause
Condemnation of Trump's drawing of moral equivalence between Charlottesville neo-Nazis and counter-protesters was front-page news for all Israeli papers, except for Israel Hayom
The first person in the world, outside of the U.S., expected to react to such events like those in Charlottesville is the prime minister of Israel – the state of the Jewish people. So where the Israeli government keeps quiet, we speak out
Contradicting Trump's assertion in his latest press conference, coalition says, 'There are no good Nazis'
Marianne Rubin, who fled Nazis in Europe ahead of World War II, vows to fight their resurgence after Charlottesville
Opinion Learn From the '30s: American Nazis Aren't Inherently Powerful, but Are Emboldened by Nervous Politicians
Nazi and fascist American groups, whose rhetoric is echoed by those marching in Charlottesville, allowed nervous politicians to believe they were enough of a force that xenophobia-riddled policies prevailed
And how he, in return, saved them is the subject of a new online documentary premiering August 15
The drunk tourist gave the stiff-armed Nazi salute multiple times in downtown Dresden, then was punched by passerby
Republican Leader in Israel Hails Robert E. Lee as 'Great Man,' Blames 'Leftist Thugs' for Charlottesville Violence
Head of Republicans Abroad in Israel Marc Zell says counterprotesters at white supremacist rally represent the 'ugly face of progressivism' in the U.S.