Criticism of Israeli Policy Is Not Anti-Semitic

Jeremy Corbyn (Alexandros Michailidis  via Shutterstock)

by James J. Zogby I was provoked to write this discussion of what is and what isn’t anti-Semitism by an article in Ha’aretz on the “controversy” created by the awarding of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry to George P.… Continue Reading  

Stop Abusing State Power to Quash Palestinian Activism on Campus

BDS protest at McGill Unviersity (Sonia Ionescu via Flickr)

by Sahar Aziz The re-opening of a seven-year-old Department of Education (DOE) complaint against Rutgers University alleging anti-Semitism, perpetuates a false stereotype that Israel represents all Jews in America. The 2011 event hosted by Palestinian rights groups, which include Jewish students, featured speeches… Continue Reading  

Black Cube Crosses Another Line

Viktor Orban (European People's Party via Flickr)

by Mitchell Plitnick The private Israeli intelligence firm, Black Cube, is back in the headlines. This time, ex-employees have spilled the beans on a program to throw shade on non-governmental organizations in Hungary to help ensure the electoral victory of… Continue Reading  

U.S. News Media Can’t Talk About Adelson Foreign Policy

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by Eli Clifton Over the past month, two mainstream news outlets have done in-depth reporting on the grip that Sheldon Adelson, President Donald Trump’s and the GOP’s biggest donor, holds over U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. LobeLog has… Continue Reading  

Bolton-Led Group Partnered With Racist, Anti-Semitic Website

Jack Posobiec

by Eli Clifton President Donald Trump’s incoming national security adviser, John Bolton, is best known for his one-size-fits-all policy prescriptions for geopolitical challenges facing the U.S. in hotspots such as Iraq, Iran, and North Korea: preventive war. But Bolton has… Continue Reading