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September 28, 2023   •   

Bomb Threats, Bigotry and Backpedaling on Hate—It’s The High Holy Day Season

Jewish High Holy Days and the unfortunate but expected proliferation of antisemitism and its apologists.

June 29, 2023   •   

‘My Friend Anne Frank’—a Holocaust Survivor Recalled Her Early Years With the Famous Author

Memoir co-authored by a friend offers new insights into the young girl’s life.

May 24, 2023   •   

Over A Century Later They’re Still Trying To Lynch Leo Frank

No matter how shrill the shrieks of hate, they can never outlast the quiet simplicity of truth.

August 7, 2022   •   

Warning: Responding to Antisemitic Social Media Can Be Harmful to the Religion’s Health

Scholars have detected a new spawning ground for hatred of Jews: social media.

August 1, 2022   •   

What Do French Jews Do Faced With An Existential Crisis? Go Big and Go Loud

France has been inhospitable to its Jewish population in recent years. Ten years ago an Islamist extremist gunned down three people at a Jewish school in Toulouse .

July 24, 2022   •   

German Court Rules Antisemitic Sculpture Can Remain on Church

The highest appeals court in Germany denied the request to remove a highly offensive antisemitic sculpture from a Wittenburg church.

March 18, 2022   •   

Zelensky Inspires the Pride and Support of the Jewish Community

For many Jews, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has taken on the stature of a Jewish hero of old.

March 8, 2022   •   

The ‘Sisterhood of Salaam and Shalom’ Builds Bridges Through Friendship

A remarkable network of Muslim and Jewish women, committed to promoting peace and greater understanding.