For understandable reasons, Europeans are much more comfortable condemning the familiar anti-Semitism of the far right than the sort expressed by migrants entering Europe as the victims of war and economic deprivation. Nowhere is this issue more fraught than in Germany.
Is Germany Capable of Protecting Its Jews?
29th Apr 2018
There are many places where a gay Jewish couple wearing yarmulkes wouldn’t feel comfortable walking down the street. I didn’t…
18th May 2019
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was one of the only European leaders to endorse Donald Trump’s underdog presidential campaign in…
13th May 2019
Recounting how he met his husband via an online dating app, the Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg made light of…
25th Apr 2019