A blurb on a book jacket would seem an unlikely vehicle for the introduction of a new and sinister tactic in the promotion of an...

To the Editor: Ruth R. Wisse makes cogent comments on the forces aligned against Israel in her article on anti-Semitism [“The Anti-Semite’s Pointed Finger,” November]. She...

Why can’t we set ourselves the goal of eradicating anti-Semitism? All across the civilized world, people track anti-Semitism, expose it, oppose it, decry it. And...

During the first years of the 21st century, the virus of anti-Semitism was unleashed with a vengeance in Irvine, California. There, on the campus of...

Trials of the Diaspora: A History of Anti-Semitism in England By Anthony Julius Oxford, 861 pages The novels of the avant-garde writer David Markson include artful...

A Lethal Obsession: Anti-Semitism from Antiquity to the Global Jihad By Robert S. Wistrich Random House, 1,200 pages Following the 9/11 attacks and their aftermath from the safety of...

To the Editor: I was disappointed by Paul Johnson’s article, “The Anti-Semitic Disease” [June]. Mr. Johnson suggests that anti-Semitism is, quite literally, a “disease of the...

The intensification of anti-Semitism in the Arab world over the last years and its reappearance in parts of Europe have occasioned a number of thoughtful...

The Return of Anti-Semitism by Gabriel Schoenfeld Encounter. 193 pp. $25.95 There are two divergent attitudes toward anti-Semitism today, each of them held by Jews and Gentiles alike....

To the Editor: Natan Sharansky’s eloquent and insightful article [“On Hating the Jews,” November 2003] is especially welcome at a time when the hydra of anti-Semitism...

To the Editor: In his review of my book Terror and Liberalism [July-August], David Warren complains about my discussion of the Islamist philosopher Sayyid Qutb and...