Ben Cohen
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On the night of June 2, a German politician by the name of Walter Lübcke was found lying dead in the garden of his home in Wolfhagen — a village on the outskirts of the city of Kassel … more
As visitors to the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem wind their way through the main exhibition, they are confronted by a series of unsettling photographs from the first decade of Nazi … more
Boris is opening the door for Jeremy Jeremy Corbyn’s prospects of becoming Britain’s next leader received an important boost last Friday, when the head of the Scottish National … more
The world awoke to the sad news on Sept. 6 that Robert Mugabe, the former president of Zimbabwe, had died at the age of 95. The sad aspect of that news was not Mugabe’s actual death. … more
It’s more than 30 years since pro-democracy student demonstrators were brutally crushed by Chinese security forces in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square—a graphic sign that while … more
In an interview with my colleague Benjamin Kerstein last week, Rabbi Eli Cohen, executive director of the Crown Heights Jewish Community Council, said something about the state of anti-Semitism … more
The exposé on anti-Semitism in the British Labour Party, broadcast in the United Kingdom by the BBC’s flagship “Panorama” program, gave viewers an opportunity to see the … more
Amid the profusion of commentary about hostile attitudes towards the Jewish community found in certain parts of the American left and British Labour, there was a useful bit of research on the … more
In 2006, Argentine government lawyers, led by federal prosecutor Alberto Nisman, formally named the eight leading Iranian officials who planned a bombing attack 12 years earlier, at 9:53 am on … more
The news cycle can be a fickle thing, particularly in a week when Americans are deservedly celebrating their independence and enjoying (where applicable) the sunshine. In such periods, stories that … more
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