The UK’s ambivalent attitude toward Muslim terrorWhile France denies Muslim terror, the UK looks the other way.
What if the US had a French president?How would a French president react to the recent spate of anti-Semitic incidents in the US?
The Dutch Elections, Israel and the JewsExpert: The consequences for Dutch Jews after the elections may be more tension, with the anti-Israel DENK and D66 parties in parliament and the VNI out.
Exposé: In Shoah, Dutch notaries enabled criminal anti-Jewish measuresThey wanted to make money and they wanted to be part of the new world order. No ideology, just greed and ambition. The Dutch Red Cross historian tells the story.
There are more anti-Semites in the US than Jews in the worldAll was far from fine before the current spate of anti-Semitic attacks.
Recycling the blood libelChristians introduced the blood libel to the Islamic world, where it is alive and well. Prof. (emeritus) Raphael Israeli tells the story.
The March 15 Dutch elections, Israel and the JewsThe “multiculturalism” ideology has gone largely wrong and the elections will probably reflect that.
European socialist hate mongers on IsraelThe list is long and a paean to intellectual dishonesty, but the worst part is that some of these haters are Jews.
Before and after "Charlotte"An interview with Dutch film director Frans Weisz.
Trump tackles three real problemsAll of them have impact on Jews and Israel.
Hotbeds of anti-Semitism in British academiaA former Manchester Jewish Society president described the Student Union meeting saying that he witnessed “masses of Jewish students plead for positive dialogue on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict…I watched them beg for their safety on campus…”
Corbyn, the Labour Party and elsewhere in the UKThe same anti-Semitism or worse permeates the Labour Party and is evident elsewhere in the UK.
A close look at Yitzchak Rabin's policiesA review of the important book by Rabin's political advisor, not yet available in translation.
The third letter Netanyahu should write to the EUThis is what Netanyahu has not yet written to Jean Claude Juncker, EU Commission Head: Instead of planning bogus Peace Conferences on the Middle East, perhaps Europe should tend its own flocks.
Are Dutch Jews canaries in the coal mine?Anti-Semitism in the Netherlands is virulent, but the Dutch are still in denial.
DENK: A new Muslim anti-Israel Party in the NetherlandsThis is the direction Europe is taking.
Jeremiah Wright: Revisiting Obama’s anti-Semitic pastorObama did not find it difficult to whitewash his attendance at Wright's church, just the way he whitewashed other uncomfortable issues.
Jews can be anti-Semites too!Gilad Atzmon, the paradigm of a Jewish anti-Semite, is not alone.
The Second Letter Netanyahu did NOT write to Jean-Claude JunckerThe EU reminds one of Byzantine where, while Islam was conquering the Christian territories, the Byzantine leaders were obsessed with worries about the Jews.
Obama's distorted rhetoricSystematic and purposeful omissions characterized Obama's speeches throughout his presidency.
Norway, a country which turned badAn interview with Finn Jarle Sale, Norwegian magazine editor, revealing Norway's attitude to the Jews.
Anti-Semitism: British Labour Party takes three new hitsAnti-Semitic slurs are rife and there seems to be no will to fight them.
The Wilders Process and the incompetent Dutch Justice SystemWilders allegedly caused an anti-Muslim ethnically racist opinion to be expressed by a crowd and as a result, is subject to a court proceeding. There are fitting precedents for the punishment he deserves.
The Dutch must open their eyes to Israel's realityManfred Gerstenfeld interviews Joram Van Klaveren, head of the Voor Nederland party on migrants, Israel, BDS, multiculturalism and anti-Semitism.
Anti-Semitism is still alive and well in the British Labour PartyCorbyn, reelected by a large majority, shows little inclination to combat anti-Semitism in the party - and it is growing.
Refocusing the battle against BDSBDS activities which exclusively focus on Israel are in and of themselves anti-Semitic.
Dutch Muslims curse Peres and what they really meanThe problems caused by and the hatred emanating out of parts of Western Muslim communities go far beyond the fanatics.
Remembering Shimon PeresHe was a man of vision and blindness, who once said, egregiously: “There are two things that cannot be made without closing your eyes — love and peace."
The letter Netanyahu did not write to the EU Commission PresidentA new letter in the series that should be written, but are not: The Letter Netanyahu did NOT write to Jean-Claude Juncker.
A definition of anti-Israeli anti-SemitismWe are in a new world and a special definition for anti-Israeli anti-Semitism is required, as contrasted with anti-Jew anti-Semitism.
The letter Netanyahu didn’t write to Dutch Prime Minister RuttePrime Minister Netanyahu's visit to the Netherlands was a pleasant one, but much was left unsaid.
George Galloway's anti-Semitic slursUsing clear methodology, anti-Semitism can be shown without ambiguity.
The van der Horst affairIn 2006, a Dutch university censored its own academic's lecture on Muslim anti-Semitism. Academic freedom? More like hyposcrisy.
The letter to President Hollande that Netanyahu did NOT writeWhat would have happened had Netanyahu said what he really thinks...
More explosions surround the Chakrabarti Labour anti-Semitism reportAnti-Semitism is defined by the perpetrator, not the victim.The Labour party has yet to treat its problem seriously.
Meet Lady Jenny Tonge, a leading UK anti-Semitic inciterShe is a marginal figure in Parliament, but her utterances about Jews and Israel put her outside the pale.
Historical revisionism meets anti-Semitism in CroatiaAn interview with Tomislav Jakic, journalist former foreign policy advisor to then Croatian President Mesic.
The highly unprofessional inquiry into UK Labour anti-SemitismCorbyn knew what he was doing when he appointed Shami Chakrabarti to investigate charges of Labour Party anti-Semitism.
European populism is here to stayGermany as a prime example of the rise of populism in Europe, a phenomenon with which Israel must deal wisely, differentiating between parties and not rejecting them out of hand.
The Dutch apologize to Javans and Bosnians, but not to Dutch JewsWith each apology and admission of guilt, the refusal to do the same about the heartless attitude to Dutch Jews during the Holocaust becomes more poignant.
Elie Wiesel: In memoriamA tribute to a great man and an analysis of his influence.
How the Dutch government subsidizes BDS supporters - heavilyHere is how the Dutch government, despite its official claims to the contrary, de facto financially strengthens and legitimizes BDS promoters.
Brexit and the JewsThe EU is no friend of Israel, but it keeps the Labour Party in line.
Open letter to Ms. Shami ChakrabartiThe information here is meant to be of help to the Labour Party head as she begins an inquiry on her party's anti-Semitism.
The huge importance of the recent IHRA definition of anti-SemitismIn the fight against anti-Semitism an adequate definition of the characteristics of this hate mongering is crucial.
An interim assessment of Labour's anti-SemtismSixth in a series of articles on different aspects of anti-Semitism as seen in the British Labour Party, written by a world renowned expert on the subject.
Critics and Minimizers: The debate over Labour Party anti-SemitismIs the Labour Party serious about fighting its internal anti-Semitism or will we see a whitewashing of the issue? Part V in a definitive analysis by a foremost expert on anti-Semitism.
Reactions to anti-Semitism in the British Labour PartyThe anti-Semitism problem is not limited to a few individuals. in the Labour Party. Fourth in a series on different aspects of anti-Semitism in the party as an indication of what is rampant in Social Democratic parties.
Jeremy Corbyn is a legitimizer of anti-SemitesIt is the climate created by his arrival at the head of Labour that has encouraged anti-Semitic members to voice a cacophony of hate slurs. Below is the source for that assertion. Article 3 of a study of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.
Non-Muslim anti-Semitic inciters in the British Labour PartyThis is the second in a six part study of the Labour Party as a case study of anti-Semitism among European social democrats, by a world renowned expert on anti-Semitism. The first article dealt with Muslim anti-Semites in the party.
Hollande's presidency: France, Israel and the JewsInterview with Freddy Eytan, expert of France's Middle East policy, distinguished diplomat and author: "France is almost obsessive about an international conference on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict."
"Anti-racists" and feminists demonize only IsraelInterview with Phyllis Chesler about those who demonize Israel. "Most Western thinkers do not know that Islam has a long history of slavery, anti-black racism, religious apartheid, gender apartheid, colonialism, and conversion via the sword. "
Muslims play a prominent role among Labour party anti-Semitic incitersAny in-depth look into a Western country will uncover extreme Muslim anti-Semitic inciters, usually operating from religious communities
The Holocaust: A tool for abuse and distortionHolocaust related issues are on the rise, but many of them are distortions, such as those where Israelis are labelled Nazis.
Europe's decades-long neglect of terrorRight now, Europe is not dealing with the terror in its midst.
Bernie Sanders, a strong promoter of extreme anti-SemitesHe calls himself a socialist, but most Americans do not realize what that stands for in today's Europe.
Netanyahu's rise in the polls since the 2015 electionsNetanyahu’s success versus Herzog’s failure: From a 1% lead over Herzog before the elections, Netanyahu now leads him by 31%