Anti-Semitism

I'm a European Jew—and No, I'm Not Leaving
March 26, 2015

Contrary to Jeffrey Goldberg and The Atlantic, Jews are not leaving Europe.

David Brooks Was Right: Anti-Semitism Is a Different Evil
But it's not worse than other bigotries
March 25, 2015

But it's not worse than other bigotries.

Today's Anti-Semitism Is a Ticking Time Bomb
October 08, 2014

The longest-running form of hate has found new guises. 

One of Liberalism's Greatest Defenders Doesn't Deserve His Obscurity
The pathos of Stefan Zweig and his overdue revival
August 09, 2014

Stefan Zweig is much more than "the Pepsi of Austrian of writing."

Anti-Semitism Is on the Rise in Russia—and the Kremlin's TV Network Is in on It
An offensive video on Russia Today is just the latest example
May 14, 2014

Moscow has been accusing Kiev of anti-Semitism, but evidence shows that all that anti-Semitism is coming from Moscow itself.

Meet the Anti-Semitic French Comedian Who Invented the Quenelle
January 31, 2014

This piece first appeared on newstatesman.com. The Passage de la Main d’Or, half a mile or so from the Place de la Bastille, is a nondescript, narrow street in the Faubourg Saint-Antoine, which these days is a fairly chic quarter in eastern Paris.

Meet the French Comedian Behind Soccer's Antisemitism Controversy
January 03, 2014

Nicolas Anelka might regret the goal he scored on Monday: The French soccer star ignited a global controversy when, celebrating, he struck a pose that may be based on the Nazi salute.

Did Hasidic Jews Leak Anti-Semitism Accusations to The New York Times?
December 11, 2013

One month ago, The New York Times published a long piece on the front page about shocking allegations of anti-Semitism—swastikas on lockers, anti-Semitic nicknames and jokes, the throwing of coins at Jewish students—at Pine Bush School District, whic

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