Postmodern subjectivity combined with utopianism.
The leader of the UK’s Labor party was a member of a group run by Holocaust deniers.
An Oxford historian has absorbed anti-Semitic prejudices.
When leftists lose their favorite excuse.
The cutting edge of secular illiberalism.
In play again are bitterly contested questions about the Catholic Church, about religion and politics, and—inevitably—about Christianity’s relation to Judaism and the Jews.
An actual religion of peace?
Britain’s first, and only, Jewish prime minister.
A profound distrust of Christian conservatives is so pervasive among liberal American Jews as to be unremarkable.
Shouting “death to the Jews” doesn’t count as incitement.
The protocols of the elders of Fresno.
“A marvel to be greatly respected.”
Something more sinister than public relations?
Collaboration in the slaughter of the Jews on the one hand, “Jewish crimes” against Lithuanians on the other.