Friday, March 31, 2023


The Invisible Jews

94% of the reported incidents of violence between 2018 and 2022 were committed against Orthodox Jews.

Should I start with the good news? Okay.

If you are a secular Jew who does not wear religious symbols, kipas and attire, isn’t walking toward a


Next Steps for the Abraham Accords

The three Abrahamic faiths must now come together to bring our shared values to the world.

With the announcement of the Abraham Accords, the world witnessed the impossible become possible. The nations of the Middle East were on the path to peace with their neighbors.


Persecuted American Jewish Students Should Study in Israel Instead

The atmosphere on American campuses is toxic, but Jewish students have the opportunity to see how the antisemites do without them.

Almost every week, and sometimes more often than that, this publication reports on the latest incident of campus antisemitism. It is clear from this


What the Miami Boys Choir Can Teach Us About Voting

The Miami Boys Choir got global attention when 9 million people watched their 15-year-old video. For those not on social media, a resurfaced Miami Boys Choir video caught the attention of TikTok users across the world. It wasn’t just their catchy tune that made headlines. It was the astronomically high numbers


When Antisemites Sue the Jews

The suit that Al Jazeera has filed in the International Criminal Court could shine an embarrassing spotlight on the network itself.

The Al Jazeera media network has filed suit against Israel over the accidental shooting of its reporter Shireen Abu Akleh. The history of extremists suing


Iran Is Supporting New Terrorist Groups in Judea and Samaria

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards are pursuing a strategy of encircling and weakening Israel.

The escape of six terrorists from Israel’s Gilboa Prison in September 2021 was the catalyst for the establishment of new terrorist groups in Samaria, according to senior Islamic Jihad


The FBI Contributes To Antisemitism While Claiming to Combat It

Shame on the U.S. Justice Department for abetting Israel’s enemies abroad and Jew-haters at home.

During a hearing on Thursday of the U.S. Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, House Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-N.J. Fifth District) posed a question, via video conference, to Federal Bureau of Investigations Director Christopher


Don’t Apologize for Ben-Gvir or Anything Else About Israel

The claim that Benjamin Netanyahu’s government will make life hard for
Diaspora Jews ignores what motivates Zionism’s foes and other antisemites.

As Benjamin Netanyahu begins forming the next Israeli government following his victory in the latest Knesset


Palestinians Vote for Terrorists, Then Claim Israelis Are ‘Extremists’

Even before the final results of the latest Israeli general elections were announced, Palestinian leaders and officials were quoted as expressing deep concern and fear that the outcome of the vote would lead to increased tensions and violence between the Palestinians and Israel.



Israel Elections: Is This the Third Reign of King Bibi Netanyahu?

Those who trumpeted the “Fall of King Bibi” were premature.
They underestimated the indefatigable nature of Benjamin Netanyahu.

He’s baaaack, or at least that’s how it appears at first glance.

If the exit polls are to


Modern Orthodoxy Is Judaism

“A king invited his children to a banquet for a certain number of days. When the time arrived for them to take their departure he said, ‘Children, I beg of you, stay one day more with me; it is so hard for me to part with you!’”—Rashi (Vayikra 23:36)

I have two 12th graders. This Shemini


Ten Reasons Faulty Israel-Lebanon Gas Deal Smells Foul

After 10 years of failing to reach an agreement on the Israel-Lebanon maritime border, Prime Minister Yair Lapid has announced that an accord has been reached, calling it a “historic achievement.”

The agreement is highly controversial for a number of reasons, including that Israel essentially ceded

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