Dalia Neis’ new novel takes us inside a mystical world of anarchist diasporism and intersectional comradeship.
In his new book, reviewed for Vashti by James Leveque, Max Czollek calls on Jews to cease cooperating with Germany’s memorialisation agenda.
A new book presents ambivalence as its core motif.
Elly Schlein is taking on Meloni’s “post-fascists”.
Zionism has inextricably linked our oppressions.
Gal left Israel aged thirty, appalled by the country’s trajectory. Now he’s continuing the fight against injustice from the Netherlands.
Because we’ve uncoupled antisemitism from the coloniality of race – something Israel’s advocates are only too pleased about.
Many Jewish organisations sat idly by while the far-right stoked Islamophobia. It was only a matter of time, however, before the party and its supporters came for them, too.
How Hungarian Ultra-Orthodoxy found an ally in Europe’s most notorious antisemite.
Joann Sfar has been called France’s “messiah of the comic book”. His buoyantly optimistic early work rewrote narratives of Jewish-Muslim animosity by sketching a shared history and delineating a path forward for interfaith relations. So why is Sfar’s new novel so full of despair?