As the threats posed by an oppressive Iranian regime escalate, Iran’s Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi wants us to “stop hoping and start believing” in a free Iran.
For more than 20 years, as executive director of UN Watch, Hillel Neuer has been exposing the blatant discrimination against Israel at the United Nations and its subsidiary groups. They all wish he would go away.
After October 7, global music star Matisyahu felt a pull back to his Jewish roots and his people. Now he’s speaking out and writing songs about it. He talks to the Journal about his journey.
OpenDor Media is reaching the next generation – who are growing up with blatant antisemitism, both online and off – with credible information in a language they can understand.
Should Jews look to the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) movement for more protection, or should they oppose it because it undermines liberal values? An examination of the dilemma.
At the International Court of Justice, Israel is defending itself against accusations that it is perpetrating genocide against Palestinians in Gaza. How serious are the accusations? A legal expert weighs in.
It’s time to flip the conversation. Zionism can offer a way forward to address academia’s growing abandonment of cherished liberal values.
In the wake of an alarming rise in Jew-hatred across the world and on college campuses, the Jewish community is confronting an anxious future.
As you’ll read in our Editor’s Note, 2023 has been a year like no other. To do it justice, we thought we would display every cover we ran this year as an instant retrospective.
A long term plan to address the roots of campus hate and antisemitism will benefit not just the Jews, but America.