Anti-Semitism

Why identity politics has been so bad for Jews

It is difficult to know what to make of anti-Semitism in the 21st century. Survey after survey indicates that it is on the rise, particularly in France and Germany. This trend is even noticeable in societies – like Denmark and Sweden – that were historically relatively…

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National Black Law Enforcement group backs Georgia-Israel police exchange program

The National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) and the Georgia Council on American Indian Concerns (GCOAIC) have issued statements condemning the virulently anti-Israel and undeniably antisemitic campaign known as “Deadly Exchange”. That campaign, led by the anti-Jewish and anti-peace extremist organization ‘Jewish Voice for Peace’ (JVP),…

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Students at Large German University Condemn BDS as Antisemitic

Main building of University of Cologne, by architect Adolf Abel, 1934. (photo credit: TIM ‘AVATAR’ BARTEL/WIKIMEDIA COMMONS) The University of Cologne’s student parliament passed a resolution against the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign targeting the Jewish state because BDS is…

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The Anti-Israel Religion

Human nature requires a belief system to explain the universal questions of why and how? Above all, it rationalizes the question of existence. Whether based in universalism or particularism, the modes of belief vary from fervent orthodoxy to fervent atheism,…

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The New, New Anti-Semitism

The old anti-Semitism was mostly, but not exclusively, a tribal prejudice expressed in America up until the mid 20th century most intensely on the right. It manifested itself from the silk-stocking country club and corporation (“gentlemen’s agreement”) to the rawer…

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