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Anti-Semitism

Comedy fans with strong stomachs may chuckle when Borat Sagdiyev, the faux-Kazakh journalist played by British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, sings the pseudo-folksong “In My...

James Abourezk is a co-founder of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee and a former United States Senator: he represented South Dakota for one term, from 1973...

According to the Sudanese defense minister, 24 Jewish organizations are behind the Darfur conflict. We may be wrong, but the honorable minister might have taken this...

Are Jews running U.S. foreign policy from behind the scenes? This is a question lately on many lips, from those of Jimmy Carter to professors...

Read my first post on this subject here. It's only in relatively recent times that any Jew would take umbrage at a remark, such as that...

One can react in various ways to the unearthing by a Cambridge University researcher of a never-published 1937 article by Winston Churchill. This article, entitled...

“In the morning at Yad Vashem, photos of the inhuman Warsaw Ghetto; in the afternoon, we go to the ghetto in Ramallah. It’s enough to...

The 21st century's first blood libel, it appears, was only skin-deep. Ariel Toaff of Israel's Bar-Ilan University, an Italian-born medieval historian and the son of...

The new anti-Semitism described by Alvin H. Rosenfeld in a controversial essay published by the American Jewish Committee is not a myth, as his critics...

The oldest hatred never ceases to astonish us with its ability to rejuvenate itself. Anti-Semitism—nowadays invariably focused on Israel and repackaged as “anti-Zionism”—is once again...

The New York Times took notice yesterday of a pamphlet-sized essay posted on the website of the American Jewish Committee. Written by Alvin Rosenfeld of...

Poor Jimmy Carter! "This is the first time that I've ever been called a liar and a bigot and an anti-Semite and a coward and...