Jonathan S. Tobin is the editor-in-chief of JNS. Follow him on Twitter at: @jonathans_tobin.
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As Israel prepares for a change in leadership, a new documentary film on one of the country's founding fathers is a reminder of what his successors can learn from him.
Jonathan S. Tobin
What does a new editor at The New York Times have in common with two of Jeremy Corbyn's most prominent supporters? A willingness to spread anti-Semitic myths.
Jews share the pain of those who protest racism. But extremists who link this crime to Israel's efforts to defend itself against Palestinian terror are spreading a big lie.
The slanted headlines and stories by The New York Times are important not because they turn most Americans against Israel, but because they influence Jewish opinion.
The answer to Jew-hatred is Jewish pride.
It is inaccurate to say “Polish death camps” but the new law is an attempt to deny any complicity and the long history of Polish anti-Semitism.
Shuafat is an awful place, but people are there because the Arab world and its leaders have kept them there for 68 years.
Is Ahmadinejad's "victory" good for Israel?
Sci-fi fun often ignores the tough questions about human existence.
So much of the American press is steeped in sheer ignorance. Debunking these misconceptions with facts is a good start.
Respect is a two-way street.
Chanukah is the last holiday into which we should be trying to shoehorn unrelated themes.
Honoring Soviet Jewry movement should not lead to an orgy of self-congratulation.
A Jewish captain leads Navy's "Truman" into action.
Assigning blame for Annapolis summit's probable failure presents clear danger.
The divide between the mass of Israelis who are deeply patriotic and the elites who have lost faith is a critical issue.
The vicissitudes of genuine Muslim moderates.
"If you see something, say something." Prudent action or racist fear-mongering?
Reviving the Latin mass without first eliminating the anti-Jewish language gives tacit encouragement to those who wish to return to the demonization of Jews.
A photo spread in ‘Maxim' highlights dangerous fallacy about promoting Israel.
Scholars sympathetic to Israel and critical of radical Islam are treated as pariahs in Middle East studies.
A long overdue program to lower day school costs gives hope for the future.
Solzhenitsyn's example ought to remind us of the perils of indifference to tyranny.
Latest push for pressure to sustain futile peace process has little to do with reality.
The Mufti of Jerusalem's Nazi ideology lives on among contemporary Islamists.
Rethinking America's 'good war' is a not so subtle attack on our current struggles.
Presbyterian Israel-bashing shows how Jews are clueless about Christian groups.
Sharansky reminds us democracies can't defend themselves without 'identity.'
Do Muslim demands at Harvard safeguard rights or promote something more troubling?
The confusing and complex campaign for aid to a pro-terror Palestinian Authority.
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