Religious Hate Crimes, USA.: Jews, Not Muslims, Still Key Victims

by A. Z. Mohamed Hate crimes — defined as those directed at someone “based on his race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or ethnicity” — are not only illegal; they are immoral and should not be tolerated. However, we must not allow the dictates of political correctness, according to which “Islamophobia” is the most rampant form of…

Mennonites and BDS: A Lawsuit Amid a Legacy

by Edwin Black Ellen Koontz, a Kansas contract schoolteacher, is asking a federal judge to re-affirm the anti-Jewish boycott campaign begun by Adolf Hitler on April 1, 1933, openly adopted shortly thereafter by the Mufti of Jerusalem as part of the Arab-Nazi alliance during the Holocaust, internationalized against the Jewish State after WWII by the…

Nonie Darwish: The Expanding Umbrella of Anti-Semitism

by Nonie Darwish Islam did not trick Western nations; the West brought itself to the embrace of Islam. The center of the original Islamic message seems to have been to convert, kill or drive away Christians and Jews, rather than to meet the spiritual needs of Muslims. To this day, the central preaching of Islam still…

Yes, That Cartoon of Me Was Anti-Semitic

by Alan M. Dershowitz When the official newspaper of Berkeley published a color caricature of me as a spider-like creature with one leg stomping on a Palestinian child and another holding an IDF soldier spilling the blood of an unarmed Palestinian, there was universal condemnation of what was widely seen as a throwback to the anti-Semitic…