A Long Way From Cable Street

Robert Wistrich's new study of anti-Semitism brilliantly elucidates how the Left has betrayed the Israel for which it once campaigned

Never again?

'If we are to prevent the descent of Europe once again into the abyss of anti-Semitism, we cannot pass over such atrocities as the recent massacres of Jews in Toulouse and Bulgaria in silence'

Betrayed by Günter Grass

'I was fond of my father's old friend Günter Grass. I'd like to think he knew better'

The New Intolerance

The atheists' desire to reject all forms of religion has led to the formation of a new, irrational and intolerant, secular faith

How the Left Turned Against the Jews

Anti-Semitism has never been confined to the Right. Its latest manifestation is the left-wing campaign to undermine Israel

In Search of Vienna’s Vanished Jewish Elite

The gentile owner of the Austrian capital’s leading tailor is tracing the genealogy of the Jewish patricians who fell victim to the Nazis

Overrated: Umberto Eco

Europe’s most celebrated author is playing with fire in his latest novel

Kosher Craze

‘Their grandparents fled the Nazis, their parents boycotted all things German, but their children are flocking to Berlin’

Web Only: The Asymmetry of Racism Awareness

The Church of England's decision not to censure Rev. Stephen Sizer highlights its, and wider society's, reluctance to condemn anti-Semitic bigotry

Underrated: Abroad

The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”

The king of cakes

"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"