About the Radicalism of fools
The Radicalism of fools was set up by Daniel Ben-Ami to help develop a better understanding of anti-Semitism. It stands for:
■ An unequivocal attachment to free speech. Anti-Semitic bigotry should be challenged rather than driven underground
■ Opposition to identity politics as a key driving force behind contemporary anti-Semitism
■ An understanding that Islamism – as opposed to Islam – is a serious threat to Jews today
Anti-Semitism in Hitler’s Munich
In Hitler’s Munich is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the rise of the Nazis.
How identity politics has revived racial thinking
My review of Kenan Malik’s latest book originally published last week on spiked
Islamophobia is a junk concept
The United Nations International Day to Combat Islamophobia is a good time to argue the fundamentally flawed concept should be ditched
The language of Nazism
Gary Lineker, Britain’s leading football pundit, was completely wrong to compare British political language today to that of Germany in the 1930s.
GUEST POST: Tackling anti-Semitism in schools and universities
An assessment of the Mann report’s recommendation on tackling anti-Semitism in British schools and universities