Anti-Semitism

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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The anti-Israel movement on our campus

As a part-time teacher at the University of California at Irvine Department of Continuing Education since 1998 and as a gentile – I have had occasion to follow and observe the anti-Israel movement on our campus as well as other…

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Will Black Lives Matters drive a wedge between Jews and African-Americans?

As a minority group that has faced down centuries of anti-Semitism, the Jewish people have long stood shoulder-to-shoulder with other long-suffering and persecuted minority groups such as African-Americans. This was evident during the Civil Rights Movement when Jewish leaders stood…

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Grassroots Jewish Organizations Roar

JNS.org – Richard Allen is not a careful, polished Jewish communal leader with a seasoned staff operating from a mid-town Manhattan office, ensconced behind a stylized logo, fortified by tax-exempt donations and burnished advisors. Allen is a private businessman. He wields…

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Oberlin Places Anti-Semitic Professor on Leave

Oberlin College has placed professor Joy Karega on paid leave pending an investigation into anti-Semitic statements she made on social media, the college said in a statement today. She will not teach at Oberlin this coming fall semester. Karega attained notoriety…

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