The Biden administration must reject those urging the politicization of labeling requirements to advance an anti-Israel agenda.
Notably, President Trump's landmark executive order on anti-Semitism has been scrubbed from the Biden White House's website.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day should signal a real commitment to respect and protect living Jews—not merely stand in moments of silence for six million dead Jews.
The departing Secretary of State announced a number of steps to cement the current model of Israeli control over the occupied territories. His evocation of antisemitism should be seen in this context first and foremost.
The Trump administration effectuated a total sea change on Israel, its adversaries and the adversaries of America.
The BDS movement calls for boycotts and sanctions on Israel over its treatment of the Palestinian people.
President Trump has consistently and repeatedly condemned white supremacy, anti-Semitism and all forms of hate.
Censorship cannot reverse hate. Only more contact with Jews, deeper understanding of the Holocaust and Nazi ideology, and knowledge of Israel's ancient and modern history can change people's beliefs and behaviors.
The Democratic Party can no longer be described as "pro-Israel."
A Seattle-based radio host and pundit discusses the selective outrage he has seen from white progressives.
The need for oversight of NGO activities is greater than ever.
Ilana Feldman is a deeply troubling pick to lead George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs.
The BDS campaign distorts coronavirus into yet another anti-Semitic conspiracy theory.
The reported executive order would help the Education Department crack down on anti-Semitism on college campuses, but also stifle boycott movements targeting the state of Israel.
The Israeli government and right-wing NGOs have sought to suppress the pro-Palestinian boycott, divestment and sanctions movement.
The three Ds are demonization, delegitimization and double standards—and they can't be a path to a better world.
Citing pressure from President Donald Trump, Israel has banned U.S. Representatives Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, in part for their support of a boycott movement meant to support Palestinians.
A Fordham University dean denied recognition of the Students for Justice in Palestine, saying its purpose pointed toward polarization and not dialogue.
Jennifer Lopez wasn't the first entertain to face pressure to cancel a show in Israel and she also wasn't alone in deciding to perform. Jon Bon Jovi played days earlier.
The Shurat HaDin organization said the Israeli government should take a stand against those backing the BDS movement.
"Israel is our misfortune!" an election poster displayed by Die Rechte read, a slogan similar to one used by a Nazi Party publication.
Tel Aviv is often referred to as "a bubble inside Israel." For the last two weeks, we have been living in a bubble, inside the bubble.
The American Jewish Committee has called on the Democratic congresswoman to apologize.
The teacher had taught at the school for nine years but refused to sign a contract prohibiting her from boycotting Israel.
"I just woke up to over 80 threatening messages and comments on Facebook from people in Israel."
Responding to the high court's ruling, Interior Minister Aryeh Deri called the decision a "disgrace," and promised to investigate "how to prevent such an event from happening again."