Ruth Eglash’s new job should prompt review at her old place of work. Read more about Washington Post reporter moves from covering Israel to working for it
Gaza assault has sharpened divisions among Jews around the world over Israel, especially between older and younger generations. Read more about World Jewry feels increasingly endangered, embarrassed by Israel, study finds
Meanwhile, the Zionist Hillel group was given a light slap on the wrist for violating the same administrative rule. Read more about Palestinian students in Chicago punished by university after trying to register for "Birthright" trip
After initial suspension was lifted, Palestinian students at Loyola are under scrutiny for their “civil” challenge of discriminatory Birthright program. Read more about Chicago university latest to investigate students over Palestine activism
Ruth Eglash, the Washington Post’s new Jerusalem correspondent, has what could be a serious conflict of interest – her husband’s political and business ties to the Israeli government and propaganda apparatus. Read more about Washington Post's new Jerusalem correspondent married to pro-Israel propagandist
Jews must renounce Birthright because we have no right to apartheid and colonialism. Read more about As Jews we say "Birthright" trips must end
Steven Salaita is an associate professor of English at Virginia Tech who has written several books on the failure of liberal civil rights discourse to counter anti-Arab racism, particularly in the United States. In his new book, Israel’s Dead Soul, he evaluates the potential complicity between enlightened ideals and their opposite. Read more about Salaita skewers liberalism in "Israel's Dead Soul"