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Four years ago, a heartbroken Bernard-Henri Lévy found solace in more than a million Frenchmen marching through the city to protest extremism. The march took place on Jan. 11, … more
Adolf Hitler was a genocidal dictator who unleashed the most destructive war in the history of humankind and perpetrated the Holocaust. He was also a lover of animals and art who, initially anyways, … more
The New York Times’ 4,700-word story on the death of a young Gazan woman during border riots in June 2018 is a powerful reminder of the depth and breadth of bias at the paper. The … more
American teachers like Lori Fulton are poised to hold back a tidal wave of anti-Semitism. Their tools come from a hillside in Jerusalem, thousands of miles from her classroom in Mattawan, … more
Imagine that you are a Jewish doctor in a Nazi concentration camp. About 100 of your fellow inmates suffer from diabetes, and you only have a limited supply of insulin, with no guarantee of more on … more
Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Alice Walker said critics of her endorsing an anti-Semitic book mean to silence her advocacy for Palestinians. … more
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It sounds outrageous. A speech pathologist in a Texas school district was asked to sign a pro-Israel pledge. If she refused to go along … more
Eliot Engel, a Bronx Democrat who reviles President Donald Trump, and Lee Zeldin, a Long Island Republican who eagerly embraces him, have plenty in common. … more
At 8 am on a recent Thursday morning, a paper cup of coffee was nudged near an open laptop, beginning a twelve-hour day of mind-numbing monitoring by a Canary Mission (CM) staffer at one of the … more
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