It is somewhat surprising that the anti-Semitism in Canada has gone largely unnoticed.
I thought my college campus was safe. The flying bottles and curses proved me wrong.
Scholars sympathetic to Israel and critical of radical Islam are treated as pariahs in Middle East studies.
Let's not wait till the next attack to actively fight against anti-Semitism.
It's time to recognize that Israel is in danger and needs our help. If we Jews aren't going to respond to the call, who will?
Harvard invites, then dis-invites, then re-invites, a prominent British academic who wants Jews ‘shot dead.'
God has many ways to communicate with us. It's the unexpected ones we remember forever.
With events organized by students themselves, students refused to let such hate of the Jewish people and Israel to go unanswered.
The recent National Jewish Population Survey reveals a shrinking Jewish people. Is the solution more numbers?
Anti-Semitic incidents on campus seem to be on the rise. If this were happening to Muslims, there would be a national uproar.
The president of Harvard speaks out against the spread of anti-Semitic actions on elite campuses.
In Montreal, a speech by Bibi Netanyahu is cancelled when hundreds of pro-Palestinian turn to violence.
This past year forced us to ask the question, "What am I willing to die for?" Living with that answer will bring lasting change.
Jewish women can turn to the life of Miriam, the sister of Moses, as a model of hope in the most dire of circumstances.
How should we feel upon seeing an evil person destroyed?
A practical way to help fellow Jews find lifetime partners and build Jewish homes.
Do we really need a new Holocaust every few generations in order to remember? We already have a day: Tisha B'Av.
Jewish students are becoming more defiant in the Middle East wars on U.S. campuses.
Being a friend to another person or to a group of people is different from using them, however amiably.
With the recent assault against the Jewish people and Jewish history, Tisha B'Av takes on a special poignancy this year.
Is the French Jewish establishment in denial about anti-Semitism? A portrait of a community under siege.
The Mideast conflict is about eradicating false assumptions and joining forces with Ultimate Truth.
There is no justice to be had in the UN for the Jewish state.
A new poll reveals surprises that undermine the stereotype.
Israel's moment of truth forces Jews worldwide to identify themselves.
The whole world condemns Israel. What else is new?
Incredible ideas for how to help Israel at this crucial time.
In difficult times, we can't continue as if nothing has happened.
The situation is nothing short of desperate. The time has come to lift our spiritual cataracts.
Events in the Jewish world can sometimes only be explained while standing on your head.
CNN mentions the name, age and hometown of the suicide bomber -- but not of the Jewish victims.
Choosing to marry someone who shares the defining values of your life is not racist.
Men and women like myself, who are unable to have children, should not feel that they are incomplete Jews.
When a British journalist blows the whistle on European anti-Semitism, some try to minimize the damage.
The worst things to accuse the Jews of: racism, apartheid, genocide, colonialism.
A Jewish boy's request for a Christmas tree leads to an important discovery: to be truly universal, we must first be able to give to the world our own unique light.
The distinction between the natural and the miraculous is only one of human perception. Everything that occurs is really a miracle.
Acknowledging and admitting one's limits is a sign of greatness, not weakness.
Chanukah comes to teach us how history can take the most unlikely turns and produce the most improbable victors.
The Jewish world lost one of its greatest leaders, Rabbi Shach, whose concern encompassed every Jew.
Virulent anti-Semitism is alive and well, and proliferates across the Arab world.
Let us say to our enemies: We do not seek our freedom at the cost of yours; therefore do not seek yours at the cost of ours.
Lack of knowledge and an ingrained sense of moral relativism make it difficult for Jewish college students to fully identify with Israel.
The terrorist's power is psychological. What will happen to the Western world when its bubble of security and control is pricked?