About the Author

Alan M. Dershowitz

Alan M. Dershowitz is the Felix Frankfurter professor of law at Harvard Law School, served as an attorney in several high-profile court cases, and is a sought-after commentator on the Arab–Israeli conflict. He is the author of some 25 books, including The Case for Israel.

Are Jews Too Powerful?

No, we are not powerful enough.

Terrorism Persists because It’s Been Rewarded

The international community has rewarded terrorism while punishing those who try to fight it by reasonable means.

The Bigotry of Intersectionality

Call out intersectionality for what it is: a euphemism for anti-American, anti-Semitic and anti-Israel bigotry.

Europe, the Holocaust & Today’s Anti-Semitism

It is not surprising to see an increase in Jew-hatred in western Europe.

Legitimizing Anti-Semitism

Why anti-Semitism is moving toward the mainstream.

Norway's Bigotry

Is terrorism against Israel really more justified than terrorism against Norway?

The Casey Anthony Verdict

The standard is proof beyond a reasonable doubt, even if it's 'likely' or 'probable' that she committed murder.

Ex-President For Sale

Carter is making more money selling integrity than peanuts.

Carter's Indefensible Book

Why won't Carter debate his book?

Carter's Distorted World

Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid is so biased that it inevitably raises the question of what would motivate Jimmy Carter to write such an indecent book.

Hezbollah's Final Solution

The Iran-Hezbollah axis is the greatest threat to world peace, to Jewish survival, to Western values, and to civilization.

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