This time, it's Israel's government - not Hamas or the international far left - that's eagerly claiming the annexationist slogan. That means liberal Zionists have only one moral option left
Joshua Shanes is Associate Professor of Jewish Studies at the College of Charleston, and author of Diaspora Nationalism and Jewish Identity in Habsburg Galicia, among other publications.
The mantra ‘never again’ – the clarion call to teach the Holocaust in order to prevent such atrocities in the future – demands we study how those catastrophes occurred and avert their repetition
It's no coincidence that Trump's key boosters serially rehabilitate Hitler's nationalism, or that Candace Owens loves the idea that the Nazi dictator just wanted to 'make Germany great again'
Opinion The Rashida Tlaib 'anti-Semitism' Slur Reveals the Loud, Illiberal Face of the anti-BDS Movement
For Liberal Zionists, the vitriolic explosion against the Palestinian-American congresswoman should be familiar. The anti-BDS movement calls us - and anyone who opposes Israeli policies - 'anti-Semites' too, and it's only getting worse
This should have been our moment to stand our ground: Reject conflating Israel with West Bank settlements, reject slurring Airbnb as anti-Semitic. Sadly, mainstream U.S. Jewish groups gave in to the right wing's dangerous campaign – and did so in our name
The 132 blank pages intending to undermine Palestinian claims to nationhood aren't just snark or bad history. They provide the fodder for an unending, bloody conflict
150 years ago, two powerful leaders chose whether to normalize anti-Semitic hate and its violent spinoffs. Will Trump be like Franz Joseph or the pogrom-stoking Tsar? Will he rescind Bannon's appointment and disavow the dog whistles that brought him to power?
Trump’s speech last week crossed new lines, closely mirroring the apocalyptic language of infamous anti-Semites of the late 19th and 20th centuries, all to fire up his white nationalist, anti-Semitic base. His claims the election is being ‘stolen’ and ‘rigged’ come from the same tradition.