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The reaction to the fighting in Gaza — which may or may not be formally concluding soon with a cease-fire — continues to produce symptoms...

After several days of personally observing the people of Israel reacting to rocket attacks and the grim reality of the fight against Hamas in Gaza,...

Both Jonathan Marks and Pete Wehner admirably summarized some of the main issues surrounding last Friday’s vote of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church...

Later this month, the Presbyterian Church USA will hold its biennial General Assembly at which delegates will decide whether one of the country’s mainstream Protestant...

In an era when acceptance of Jews in virtually every facet of society in the United States is universal, discussions about anti-Semitism are often understandably...

I wrote on Tuesday about one of the first shots fired by those seeking to boycott Israel in advance of this summer’s General Assembly of...

In recent months, those advocating boycotts of Israel have lost a series of votes on college campuses around the country. Though the political culture of...

In February of this year I wrote about the latest instance of the Presbyterian Church USA engaging in hostile behavior toward both Israel and the...

"Anti-Semitism is on the rise," declares the latest annual survey of global anti-Semitic incidents and expressions from Tel Aviv University's Stephen Roth Institute. True, that...

Editor’s note: In her March 28 post “An Alternative Model for Pro-Israel Liberals,” Evelyn Gordon compared the work of philanthropist Robert Price to that of...

This week the Jewish world is discussing two incidents in which large community institutions were forced to account for invitations to prominent writers who are...

It is a principle of journalism that news consists of those events that are out of the ordinary. The old cliché is that when man...