The Israeli prime minister and his radical allies pushed the country to the brink—and inspired the greatest mass movement in its history.
Anti-Jewish bigots steal the show in the revived musical. And that’s why it works.
An odd new group of games is challenging the conventions of its industry.
Social-media algorithms show us what they want us to see, not what we want to see. But there is an alternative.
If a hateful act doesn’t fit a preset political narrative, the public rarely notices it.
And that’s good for the president.
What happens when Israel’s lawbreakers become lawmakers
The country’s longest-serving prime minister is returning to power—and bringing radicalism with him.
It really is getting harder to joke about anti-Semitism—just not for the reasons he thinks.
The proud new owner of the internet’s dumpster fire isn’t to blame for its issues—yet.
By embracing anti-Semitism, he has become the author of his own demise.
A simple guide to discussing Jewish genocide
Extremists are trying to break the fragile but growing ties between the country’s Arabs and Jews.
Unlike many other bigotries, anti-Semitism is not merely a social prejudice; it is a conspiracy theory about how the world operates.
Israel’s prime minister in waiting wants zero tolerance toward Jewish terrorism. Whether he can bring his own coalition on board with that stance is an open question.
Symbolic gestures aren’t what’s needed in the fight against anti-Jewish bigotry.
Facebook fails to comprehend the nature of Holocaust denial and other forms of bigotry—and so it's aiding their spread, instead of combatting them.
Despite accusations from critics and scholars, the show actually challenges stereotypes about "good" Americans and "evil" Arabs and Muslims.
It's good TV, but politicians from Burma to Brussels are wrong to believe it will teach them about how to emulate the U.S. system.
Pundits say a politician can't run for office successfully while running away from his religious beliefs. The former prime minister offers a surprising counterexample.