Quantcast

Jewish Journal

War on campus

by Ken Stern and Cary Nelson

2 days ago

A pro-Palestinian message on the graffiti wall at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Image via Wikipedia

The spring semester on American campuses is beginning. On some campuses anti-Israel groups will be preparing for another round of the so-called Israel Apartheid Week, which will unfold as... read full article

  • John Boehner’s crude interference in the Israeli elections or: If you can’t win in Jerusalem, try Paris or Washington

    By Michael Berenbaum

    3 days ago

    The invitation by Speaker of the House John Boehner to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address a Joint Session of Congress on the question of Iran is a crude interference in Israeli election politics.

    The speech, scheduled for early March, but a fortnight before the...

  • Bombing the death camps during World War II

    by Myron Kayton

    4 days ago

    Every decade, someone indignantly tells us that the United States and Britain should have bombed the rail lines at Auschwitz and other death camps during World War II. They imagine modern GPS-guided bombs that are accurate enough to enter a window. They think World War II bombs had...

  • ADVERTISEMENT
    PUT YOUR AD HERE
  • What we talk about when we talk about anti-Semitism

    by William Noah Glucroft

    4 days ago

    In summer 2014, Muslims attacked Jewish sites in Paris in connection to Israel’s bombing of Gaza. This month, the French Jews killed in Hyper Cacher were buried in Israel.

    What links these two events? Fear-based politics desperate to have us believe it’s still 1938 — a...

  • Barbara Boxer and the democratization of California politics

    By Raphael J. Sonenshein

    4 days ago

    In 1992, California voters elected two Jewish women to the U.S. Senate, Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer. Shortly after New Year’s Day 2015, Boxer, 74, announced that she would not run for re-election, and there is some speculation that the now-81-year-old Feinstein may do the...

  • Alberto Nisman: The 86th victim of the Buenos Aires bombing

    By Rob Eshman

    4 days ago

    UPDATED: The murder this week of Alberto Nisman — and now even the Argentine president has acknowledged his death was no suicide — was every bit as shocking and anti-Semitic a crime as the attacks two weeks ago in Paris.

    Nisman was the federal prosecutor appointed by former...

  • Would I leave France?

    By David Suissa

    4 days ago

    When we discussed the cover headline for the Journal’s story this week on the troubled Jews of France, we debated two options: “Should Jews leave?” or “Would you leave?” The first option was about “them,” while the second was more about us.

    In the end, we went for clarity and...

Page 1 of 555

1 2 3 > VIEW LAST PAGE

ADVERTISEMENT
PUT YOUR AD HERE