The Fight for Zion

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Fifty years after the Six Day War, the American Jewish community is sharply fragmented, with many Jews grappling with where Zionism fits into their Jewish identity. As the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement grows in popularity and…

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The problem with inviting Rasmieh Yousef Odeh to speak

If there were any doubts about the true face of Jewish Voice for Peace, the organization that has been named by the Anti-Defamation League as one of the top 10 anti-Israel groups in the nation, this settles it. JVP will give…

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Banning entry is not the way to fight anti-Israel groups

A fool is someone who makes the right move after making all the wrong moves. When it comes to bodies posing as “rights organizations,” Israel is at the stage of the wrong moves. The latest unnecessary move was the attempt…

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A modern blood libel

The blood libels against Jews have typically focused on some far-fetched accusations that the Jews are to blame for whatever ills inflicted a community. More specifically, the claim was that Jews needed the blood of Christian children to bake matzot…

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Why Anti-Zionists Who Say They Aren’t Anti-Semitic Usually Are

Many responses to my recent articles have boiled down to variations of the classic claim: “I’m not anti-Semitic, just anti-Zionist.” Here’s why most people who say that are kidding themselves. To some extent, I am cautious about conflating anti-Zionism with…

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‘Anti-Israel’ course reinstated at UC Berkley after campus controversy

Just one week after the University of California, Berkeley, suspended the student-led course, “Palestine: A Settler Colonial Analysis,” the Bay Area university has decided to reinstate the controversy-raising class, according to The Guardian. The university reinstated the course claiming it…

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