The Biden administration is paving the way for the world’s worst human rights abusers to expand their powers however they see fit
Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
Over the last few weeks, a Palestinian student at the University of Southern California has come under scrutiny for her antisemitic and violent tweets.
Minister Matan Kahana's comments were criticized since municipal chief rabbis are in effect never subject to disciplinary procedures despite gross violations of the regulations.
While there is a lot of horrible language that deserves to be challenged and even canceled, it has created a climate of fear for writers like me.
When “cancel culture” translates to public accountability for one’s behavior or comments, it sometimes seems only fair. But in an era of social media, the consequences can be profound.
Whatever happened to the once-noble American traditions of free speech, an open marketplace of ideas and academic freedom?
With an imminent decision on Trump on the Oversight Board’s docket, all eyes are on its 20 members.
Is Turkey’s “human rights” plan just virtue-signaling to try to forestall US criticism, or is it part of a process of creating a new constitution and seeking to turn itself into a one party state?
The limits of free speech were violated in the ad hominem assaults on Rabbi Beals, which are intolerable.