Category Archives: Jewish Moral Particularism

Brexit and the Jews

“Britain’s anti-EU ‘Leave’ campaign has helped create a public discourse of prejudice and fear, couched in a parochial nationalism, that Jews in Britain must challenge.” Dr. Ilan Zvi Baron, Durham University, England Although delighted by the advent of Brexit, I’ve forfeited participation in the celebrations and wistful speculations indulged in by many in our movement. […]

Verbal Aggression and Moral Superiority as Components of the Jewish Approach to Immigration

It’s refreshing to see John Derbyshire’s comment on his experience at National Review with conservatives dealing with immigration policy. Words have power—magic—and sometimes they have so much of it that we can no longer discuss rationally the things they refer to. That has been the case with National Question issues for as long as I have been […]

Rabbi Schneerson’s Contempt for Non-Jews Advertised on Buses in Israel

From the Israeli apartheid page on Facebook, via Philip Weiss of Mondoweiss: A bus in Jerusalem has this caption in large lettering: Israel’s bus company Egged has accepted this ad in Jerusalem: “Statement of the kingdom. From the teachings=instructions of the [Lubavitcher] rabbi The Gentile does not want anything. He waits to be told what the […]