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Prof. Phyllis Chesler

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An expatriate professor in New Zealand

He 'lived 'down under' but Norman is the only one (besides me) who remembered the store on 13th and 43rd 'which sold charlotte russe.Op-ed.

An expatriate professor in New Zealand

#Not all men are mass shooters

But all mass shooters in the US so far this year have been male.Is there any way we can intervene long before a mass shooting occurs? Op-ed.

#Not all men are mass shooters

How many names of journalists killed in war zones do you know?

Most people can name one—and only one such journalist, out of 2658 killed 1990-2020. There is a name for that selective attention. Opinion.

How many names of journalists killed in war zones do you know?

Big Lies, Blood Libels, and anti-Zionist narrative

A day in the cognitive war against the Jews, perhaps the hottest war, one which will determine the outcome of much else.Op-ed

Big Lies, Blood Libels, and anti-Zionist narrative

Nostalgia for the slaughterhouse

JTA was positive, but a film about the making of Fiddler on the Roof has me wondering at the idealization a past that wasn’t very nice.Op-ed

Nostalgia for the slaughterhouse

The politics of the lentil in the New York Times

The lowly lentil is now on the list of foods Israel is said to have appropriated from the Palestinian Arabs..Esau would be surprised.Op-ed.

The politics of the lentil in the New York Times

Lutsk, Meyn Shtetele Lutsk

Many Jews still live in Ukraine, but for the life of me, I cannot understand why. Op-ed.

Lutsk, Meyn Shtetele Lutsk

"Woman" not mentioned once at Barnard’s Feminist Conference opening panel

Pseudofeminist speakers used language meant to dominate and silence, and of course,Palestinian Arab issues were part of the discourse.Op-ed

"Woman" word not said at Barnard Feminist Conference opening

The other pandemic

It is a virus of sorts and it is certainly pandemic. Israel-Palestine is everywhere,often used to redeem an otherwise pedestrian work.Op-ed.

The other pandemic

Aafia Siddiqui and the misguided support for Women of Jihad

Is being a Jew and US hater part of feminist war on misogyny? Does it change how Muslim women are abused in Pakistan and Afghanistan? Op-ed.

Aafia Siddiqui and the misguided support for Women of Jihad

Who is steering America's ship of state?

A Jihadist walks into a temple, takes hostages in order to free a known Jew hater and Jihadist and it has nothing to do with the Jews? Op-ed

Who is steering America's ship of state?

The celebs condemning Harry Potter and his mother

A strange correlation between persecuting Harry Potter author Rowling and the pro-Trans, pro-'Palestine' and anti-Israel community. Op-ed.

Look at celebrities who condemn Harry Potter and his mother

The Eternal Life of Blood Libels against the Jews

This cannot end well; at least, it never has. Op-ed.

The Eternal Life of Blood Libels against the Jews

A season of never-ending discontent

Are we ever going to be free of this Wuhan whirlwind? Op-ed.

A season of never-ending discontent

Winter is coming to Afghanistan

Heroic Afghan women and the doctors and global civilians helping them. Op-ed.

Winter is coming to Afghanistan

Free as a Jew

Harvard Yiddish Prof. Ruth R. Wisse’s new memoir is sharp, examined, and a more urgent read than ever Review.

Free as a Jew

Taliban closes in on desperate Afghan women

The Taliban have been hunting house by house for known women's rights activists. Suddenly, a woman disappears and is never seen again.Op-ed.

Taliban closes in on desperate Afghan women

Creative Palestinian Arab terror - now into stifling free speech

Palestinian Arabs used to  hijack planes, shoot up airports, pass UN resolutions. Next came human bombs, rammers, stabbers, arson. Op-ed

Creative Palestinian Arab terror - now into stifling free speech

A Nazi mass murderer goes to Hollywood

No shame, no regrets as after the success of his book, Albert Speer presents the villain that he was as an innocent Hollywood hero. Op-ed.

A Nazi mass murderer goes to Hollywood

Prof. Phyllis Chesler answers Giulio Meotti''s tough questions

A7 veteran op-ed writers Meotti of Italy and Chesler of NY, defenders of Israel and Jews, engaged in a Q&A session-and sent it to us.Op-ed.

Prof. Phyllis Chesler answers Giulio Meotti''s tough questions

People just love dead Jews

The work of truth-telling against all odds continues in a book that has no contrived neat endings for the horrors of Jewish history..Op-ed.

People just love dead Jews

Twenty years later

Who has best captured the reality of the Taliban and their interpretation of Sharia Law? Why, none other than George Orwell. Op-ed.

Twenty years later

Team of Western feminists rescues thirty Afghan feminist women

We gathered together swiftly and began the work which has now lasted for five intense around-the-clock weeks and continues on. Op-ed.

Team of Western feminists rescues thirty Afghan feminist women

Saving just one Afghan woman

We are not morally bound to do what cannot be done, but aren't we morally obliged to rescue as many pro-Western Afghans as we can? Op-ed.

Saving just one Afghan woman

Afghan activist woman: 'The Taliban and my own family will come for me'

Can we at least save this one woman’s life? Op-ed.

Afghan woman: 'The Taliban and my own family will come for me'

Can we rescue Afghan feminists, the women who fought for equal rights, first?

America and the West have mainly vowed to rescue the men who interpreted for our troops.We need to rescue endangered women too. Op-ed.

Can we rescue Afghan women who fought for equal rights first?

Learning Afghanistan's lessons

There is something intractable about Islamist regimes that Westerners might not be able to defeat. But they must protect and save. Op-ed.

Learning Afghanistan's lessons

A rally against antisemitism is welcome, but will it slow America's antisemitism tsunami?

Will all our brilliant and incisive exposes of the disinformation, all our rallies, be enough to stop the Jew hatred? Op-ed. Op-ed.

Will a rally slow America's antisemitism tsunami?

The Conversation that dares not speak Its name

With all the challenges confronting people of color in America, why scapegoat Israel, half of whose inhabitants are Jews of color? Op-ed.

The Conversation that dares not speak Its name

Gratuitous cruelty in WWII Poland

We need all the stories. We need the details. Even then, we will never know it all, comprehend it all. Op-ed.

Gratuitous cruelty in WWII Poland

Through my eyes today

Afghanistan disintegrating, Israeli flag-buring, LGBT hypocrisy, Iran and the bomb. Just an ordinary day in 2021. Op-ed.

Through my eyes today

Israel-bashing permeates Science, Medicine, and Education Unions

Until recently, the hard sciences proved impregnable to political propaganda and to Soviet-style boycotts and censorship. Not anymore.Op-ed.

Israel-bashing permeates Science, Medicine, and Education Unions

Psychologist: Antisemitism may be an illness

Professionals are mimicking or mirroring antisemitic sentiments with absolutely no knowledge & with complete ignorance on the subject. Op-ed

Psychologist: Antisemitism may be an illness

The New York Times is more demonic every day- and Haaretz is no different

The fact that too few Jews were killed and that Israel has the power to defend itself against terrorists is what has enraged the NYT. Op-ed.

The New York Times is more demonic every day

Academics use propaganda, not expertise, to bash Israel

How claim "Palestine is a feminist issue," when child marriage, veiling and honor killing are not due to the alleged occupation? Op-ed.

Academics use propaganda, not expertise, to bash Israel

Have we entered a cancel culture world of politically correct op-eds?

At an Israel-based news site, my calling out Israeli Arabs who attacked Jews and synagogues is termed toxic speech and incitement. Op-ed.

Have we entered a world of politically correct op-eds?

In News and Film, the anti-Israel bias pervades

World media launched so many anti-Israel propaganda "rockets" that they seem to outnumber the ones Hamas launched on civilian Israel.Op-ed.

In News and Film, the anti-Israel bias pervades

The NYTimes' chronic chronology problem

Hamas launched rockets, Israel struck back. Enter the Times: “Israel Hits Gaza with Airstrikes as Hamas Increases Rocket Fire" Op-ed.

The NYTimes' chronic chronology problem

Not fit to print: The NYTimes on Sheikh Jarrah

The courts evicted Arab squatters from the Shimon Hatzaddik homes, and they have appealed, but the NYTimes has made its own decision. Op-ed.

Not fit to print: The NYTimes on Sheikh Jarrah

Transgenderism is bad for those who fight for women

I do not believe in focusing on a trendy, diversionary, well funded minority over and above the totally unmet needs of a majority. Op-ed.

Transgenderism is bad for those who fight for women