David Aaronovitch is a columnist for The Times.
The two-state solution is the only solution, not a luxury belief
There has to be a parting between those who believe justice and reality demand an accommodation with Palestinians, and those who accept Israel can rule over them
Alienating would-be friends does nothing to help support Israel
If we reject everyone that protests as an antisemite, its harder to fight our corner
I can still hear echos of the hardship of my family in the East End
Melancholic nostalgia for memories that just shaded into your life is a powerful feeling — and it’s important we don’t forget where we came from, and our forebears’ circumstances
The rights of all should be protected by Israel
The planned judicial reforms would undermine the most fundamental principles of human rights and equality that are essential to any democracy, especially in a tinderbox country
What if Ken Loach was not a leftist but a far-right bigot?
His defenders seem very keen to celebrate his work, but would they feel the same if he was right-wing
What the Chief Rabbi could have said about the King’s coronation
Sir Ephraim Mirvis was suitably honoured and delighted to have been made to feel welcome by King Charles. But was there a mischievous subtext to his carefully crafted remarks?
Is it always wrong to make comparisons to 1930s Nazi Germany?
When are these comparisons beyond the pale and when are they reasonable?
Should history ruin your holiday?
Europe is full of places where people have no idea what happened
Why do we mumble our prayers? They should be belted out
As a newcomer to Jewish celebrations and prayers, I know I’ve no right to be disappointed — but I just want prayers to raise the roof
Is 'globalist' an antisemitic dog-whistle? Well it depends who's using it
If a Jew says it's OK does that make it so?
Don’t ignore the ugly faces beneath the virtuous masks
The story of Laith Marouf, who was open about his extreme views but was a key figure in the ‘decolonisation’ movement, is a cautionary tale about how bigotry can be overlooked
I’m neither insulted nor offended by Sir Keir’s Berlin video
The real danger doesn’t lie in what might have been a solecism by the Labour leader. It is, rather, in those who seek to maximise differences and who revel in vituperation
Jews for Jesus leaflets always put me in an extremely bad mood
The evangelical movement, which singles out Jews rather than Muslims or Hindus for conversion, is just plain rude – I can’t help but think about the Spanish Inquisition
This isn’t the NUS I led. It must regain trust of Jews – or cease to exist
Student union has lost sight of its fundamental purpose and become a vehicle for what my generation of student leaders would call ‘headbangers’. It needs to start building bridges now
Don’t give us your propaganda about genocide, Mr Putin
Ukraine has indeed been the scene of mass murder — but the culprits were Stalin and then the Nazis. And Russia has not been held to account for shooting down a Malaysian plane
Calling Emma Watson antisemitic makes it harder to fight bigotry
Making hyperbolic accusations only emboldens those who insist that supporters of Israel use allegations of Jew-hatred in order to silence criticism of the country’s government