The essay discusses why there is no Palestinian state, highlighting the historical background and challenges to achieving a resolution to the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.
The Biden administration has imposed sanctions on Tsav 9, an Israeli group accused of obstructing humanitarian aid convoys bound for Gaza.
The article discusses how antisemitism is being masked under the guise of anti-Zionism, with Jewish individuals facing threats and harassment.
As clashes between Israel and Hezbollah intensify in the north, residents of Kiryat Shmona near the Lebanese border have endured ongoing rocket attacks, forcing many to evacuate and leaving the city bruised and empty.
Claudia Sheinbaum, a Jewish woman, recently won the Mexican presidential election based on her left-wing politics rather than her religious identity.
Labour is projected for a significant victory in the upcoming election, with potential challenges from Jewish voters.
The recent European elections in France have posed a crucial question for the Jewish community regarding the impact on their future - as two notably different political coalitions with histories of antisemitism vie for power.
The article challenges the notion that Palestinians don't deserve peace because of past events, arguing that ignoring Palestinian history and suffering does not contribute to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Bernie Farber, the former founding chair of the Canadian Anti-Hate Network (CAHN), stepped down shortly after the organization remained silent in the wake of Hamas-related antisemitic acts in Canada on Oct. 7, 2023.
The podcast discusses various topics, including Hunter Biden's situation, Joe Biden's behavior during a ceremony, an upcoming debate, Gaza, Antony Blinken, and Glenn.
NGO Monitor exposes the questionable funding and practices of certain human rights organizations that are actively spreading lies and propaganda against Israel in an information war.
In light of increasing anti-Israel sentiment and antisemitism connected with cultural and ideological shifts, there is a call for a strategic pivot to combat these trends by making American values relevant again.
Israeli-born Dutch politician Gidi Markuszower, known for his hardline anti-immigration views, was initially chosen by far-right leader Geert Wilders as immigration minister in the Netherlands.
The text discusses how mainstream media and social media often manipulate Israeli-Palestinian opinions by crafting narratives that maximize attention and outrage, with a focus on what is not covered or omitted, rather than outright lies.
The podcast discusses a daring Israeli hostage rescue operation followed by increasing Hezbollah rocket fire, Benny Gantz and Gadi Eisenkot's departure from Israel's war cabinet, and tension between Benjamin Netanyahu and the Supreme Court regarding ultra-orthodox military service exemption.
Operation Arnon has been lauded as a bold rescue mission by Israel, showcasing their commitment to saving citizens in captivity.
The essay explores the theme of erasure in the context of Israeli-Palestinian relations, focusing on the misinterpretation of Golda Meir's 1976 comment about Palestinians not being a separate people until the mid-1960s.
Vandals targeted the home of a Jewish museum director in Brooklyn, painting a red inverted triangle on her property, a symbol historically used by Hamas to mark Israeli targets.
Michael Rafidi, a Palestinian-American chef, won the Outstanding Chef award at the 2024 James Beard Awards, dedicating his win to Palestine.
Anti-Israel activists vandalized the home of Brooklyn Museum's Jewish director and other leaders, splashing red paint and accusations like "blood on your hands" and "white-supremacist Zionist."
The Park Slope Food Co-op in Brooklyn, known for its community engagement and strict membership work requirements, is facing internal discord over whether to adopt the principles of the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement regarding Israeli products stocked in the store.
In this episode, Linda Gradstein, Allison Kaplan Sommer, and Noah Efron discuss the rescue of hostages from Gaza, Benny Gantz's departure from the government, and the celebration of Shavuot in Israel after months of war.
The discussion revolves around the division among American Jews following Israel's conflict with Gaza, affecting various institutions like synagogues.
American public schools are facing scrutiny for incorporating controversial curriculum materials without official oversight or approval, sparking concern among educators and policy experts like Robert Pondiscio about the lack of transparency in the educational system.
Sheryl Sandberg reflects on her initial misjudgment of the response to antisemitism after witnessing the rescue of hostages in Israel by researching and creating a documentary called "Screams Before Silence" about the sexual violence inflicted on the captives.

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