Excluding drive-time traffic, a car ride from the southern end of Jerusalem to the West Bank community of Efrat takes about 15 minutes. One travels...

These are alarming times for Jews in Britain and Europe. The British Labour Party is convulsed over the realization that it is riddled with anti-Semitism. Jeremy...

By my second week at Stanford, I knew only three things: I was unable to drink alcohol responsibly, I didn’t really like my new friends,...

The year 2018 has thus far been toxic for black-Jewish relations. In February, Women’s March co-president Tamika Mallory attended the Nation of Islam’s (NOI) annual...

I had lunch recently with a colleague of mine named Allan. He’s a retired professor who once taught at a university in New York and now...

To the Editor: For centuries, Polish-Jewish interaction has rarely been positive, mainly been bad, and, occasionally been ugly (“The Dark Return of Polish Anti-Semitism,” March). As...

To the Editor: Ben Cohen’s article [“The Nisman Case and the Whitewashing of Iran,” April] is very disturbing to me personally, and to all Argentines, including...

In 1893, the German labor leader August Bebel breezily dismissed anti-Semitism as the “socialism of fools.” From then to the present day, the Western left...