Category Archives: Orthodoxy

White Nationalism Is Spreading In The Orthodox Community

Anti-Trump activist Elad Nahori writes for the Forward: Something disturbing has been happening in the Orthodox world. White Nationalist language is infiltrating our public spaces. It’s happening in our shuls, in our communities, in our schools, and of course, online. … Continue reading

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Changing the Immutable: How Orthodox Judaism Rewrites Its History

Yoel Finkelman writes: 0094-0098 On rare occasions, academics manage to cross over and speak to those who live outside the ivory tower, and nobody in the contemporary Modern Orthodox intellectual scene does that better than Marc B. Shapiro. On even … Continue reading

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YICC Hosts California’s Attorney General

Sid emails: “On Tuesday evening, February 6, YICC (Young Israel of Century City) will host Xavier Becerra, Attorney General of California, an outspoken advocate for obstructing the enforcement of federal immigration law. Every law-abiding Jew should protest loudly at this … Continue reading

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Orthodox Jews Might Be More Pro-White Than Whites

Seventy five minutes into this recent podcast, Counter-Currents Editor Greg Johnson says: “Both [Jared] Kushner and [Carl] Icahn are orthodox Jews. If you poll orthodox Jews, orthodox Jews are more willing to entertain white rights, meaning the rightness of white … Continue reading

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Manners, multiculturalism, and the battle of Stamford Hill

The Independent in the UK: On Wednesday, The Independent’s columnist Christina Patterson wrote a column detailing how rude she believed many Charedi Jews were to non-Jews. A gentile resident of Stamford Hill for 12 years, she described how the ultra-orthodox … Continue reading

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