Dara Horn’s People Love Dead Jews offers a worldview of unchangeable victimhood – and she’s wrong, writes Alexander Jabbari.
In the US, a new generation of rabbinical students is shattering the communal consensus, writes Sam Stein.
And Britain remains complicit.
As Israel approaches its 75th anniversary, Robert Cohen looks at why young British Jews are less supportive of Israel than their parents and grandparents.
What happens when the pogroms are by Jews?
Zionism has inextricably linked our oppressions.
Journalists shot, boycotts criminalised – how exactly are we supposed to hold Israel accountable?
If Jewish solidarity withers in the face of the few bigots who drove down Finchley Road on Sunday, it is no solidarity at all.
Gal left Israel aged thirty, appalled by the country’s trajectory. Now he’s continuing the fight against injustice from the Netherlands.
The Israeli PM’s plans to appoint an anti-Palestinian racist to lead Yad Vashem conveys the danger of particularising the Shoah.