There is an astonishing depth of hatred for both Jews and America in even the most sedate corners of British society.
In England, it is the pro-capitalist Tories who practice anti-Semitic Jew-baiting.
Carol Gould reprints a speech she recently delivered on the topic to young, extremely unreceptive students in England.
Carol Gould attends a school seminar or terrorism, and finds they have the kids hating Jews and the West early and often these days.
Not a week goes by in Great Britain without a noisy and often malevolent demonstration against something Israeli.
The estimated one thousand members of the U.S. squad will bunk at the University of East London. Is this wise?
"Jihad Jenny" Tonge whips up ancient blood libels yet again.
The Oscar-nominated film serves up a giant helping of anti-Semitism.
James Cameron's depiction of Americans as vile oppressors practically invites terrorists to take up arms against the U.S.
Some Britons seem to think so, but the historical record suggests otherwise.
Why does the UK want to distance itself from the country best positioned to help protect British troops from IEDs?
Every Jew is a suspect in this new golden age of high-class anti-Semitism.
A noxious Channel Four documentary depicts Jews as a shadowy fifth column manipulating Western governments to the benefit of Israel.
Or do Britons and other Europeans just say that because they are uniquely anti-American?
Despite clawing their way up the ladder, women remain all but invisible at many conferences on business, finance, and foreign affairs.
If part of the British population rejects one of the country’s most sacred traditions, how can we ever “integrate”?
Moore's comments in a recent interview with Sean Hannity sound even more foolish in the aftermath of Fort Hood.
Peace Prize winners Begin, Peres, and Rabin are erased from a list published by the increasingly anti-Semitic paper.
If people like me do not appear on Iran's controversial Press TV, how will Muslim viewers ever hear a pro-Western, pro-Israeli voice?
A prominent British conservative scoffs at the notion of a "special relationship" with the U.S.
Does the lack of commemoration of World War II anniversaries reflect growing embarrassment about the great Allied victory?
Neither one of them will get the laudatory farewell that Ted Kennedy received — even though they both deserve it.
A wave of public anger has shaken the British government and shows no signs of abating anytime soon.
In their epic clash over the president's Israel policy, Dershowitz is right to give Obama the benefit of the doubt.