Fern Sidman is the New York correspondent for the Arutz Sheva (Israel National News) Web site and staff writer at The Jewish Voice newspaper. Her articles frequently appear in a number of Jewish newspapers and magazines throughout the US.
A review of Phyllis Chesler's new book, "Living History: On the Front Lines for Israel and the Jews 2003-2015."
The re-release of a prescient book comes at precisely the right time.
Phyllis Chesler's new memoir tells the harrowing tale of how her search for rebellion ended in Islamic captivity.
An interview with Gloria Greenfield; producer of "Unmasked: Judeophobia."
New film presents a captivating account of a man who changed the course of Jewish history, Theodor Herzl.
A Rabbi's story of revitalized faith after a decade in the Soviet Gulag.
The window for action is closing.
Different sides of the political aisle meet to voice shared concern over the Islamic Republic.
Students promote the "complete obliteration of the racist Zionist entity."
Demonstrators gather in New York City to oppose a United Nations travesty.
Meet the candidate who thinks he can win it.
A Daily Blog By Shillman Journalism Fellow Daniel Greenfield