Shaul Magid

Shaul Magid is the Distinguished Fellow in Jewish Studies at Dartmouth College, a Kogod Senior Research Fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, and the rabbi of the Fire Island Synagogue in Seaview, New York. His latest books are The Bible, the Talmud, and the New Testament: Elijah Soloveitchiks Commentary to the Gospel and Piety and Rebellion: Essays in Hasidism. He is presently completing a cultural biography of Meir Kahane.

The Women’s March, Anti-Semitism, and ‘The Jewish Farrakhan’

Once again, the Women’s March has been derailed due to the national leadership's connections to Louis Farrakhan. But Jews have had their own Farrakhans. And many Jews certainly have not treated them, related to them, or engaged with them as they expect American Muslims and African Americans to now treat Farrakhan.