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Britain’s upcoming general election is fast turning into one of the strangest the country has ever witnessed. Quite apart from the fact that the outcome...

Can American Jews talk about Israel any longer? A lot of people don’t think so anymore. Left-wing writer Peter Beinart even proposed last week in...

The most telling comment about the story of a Stanford University student who was quizzed about her Jewish faith when she tried to run for...

The explosion of criticism against Governor Mike Pence and his state, in the aftermath of Indiana passing a state version of the federal Religious Freedom...

There are two ways of looking at the furor that has erupted over the signing into law of a Religious Freedom Restoration Act by the...

Democratic Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky’s controversial comments at the J Street conference--a gathering seemingly formed for the purpose of disparaging the rest of the Jewish community--deftly...

The Muslim population of Europe today stands at around 44 million, so that’s about the population of a medium sized European country (Spain has a...

Last December I wrote about Open Hillel, a movement founded in 2012 to oppose Hillel’s Standards of Partnership. Hillel International is the most prominent campus...

Today, the president of the United States told the prime minister of Israel he was reassessing America's "options" with regard to Israel in light of...

The South African Jewish Board of Deputies represents South Africa’s Jewish community. In that capacity it has been at the forefront of resistance to the...

Actor Michael Douglas came face to face with European anti-Semitism recently and didn’t like the experience. Neither have many of the European Jews interviewed by...

The announcement that Southampton University in England is to host a conference delegitimizing Israel’s basic right to exist is just one more reminder of how warped...