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...

When the Death of Klinghoffer was first performed in New York in 1991, John Adams’s opera generated little protest and little acclaim. It was largely...

In September, the New York Times published on its front page a lengthy and detailed story with the headline “Europe’s Anti-Semitism Comes Out of the...

To the Editor: Melanie Phillips confuses the political and theological in her essay on “The Return of Christian Anti-Semitism” [June 2014]. Her definition of anti-Semitism is...

Manger Square was bedecked with huge photomontages of classic artworks featuring Christian imagery superimposed with images from the Palestinians’ modern reality. Caravaggio’s “Ecce Homo” merged...

Global Anti-Semitism: A Crisis of Modernity, Volumes I-VEdited by Charles Asher SmallThe Institute for the Study of Global Anti-Semitism and Policy In 2010, Yale University’s Initiative...