A series of attacks on Jeremy Corbyn for being anti-Semitic has drawn out decades of genuine contempt from the right.
Please "enjoy" part one of our catalogue of the fractious, pitiful and scary parties of the far right in Australia.
Despite their growing presence on campuses and in cities across Australia, far-right anti-Semites are barely being acknowledged by certain Jewish groups.
One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts peddled some of the core myths of anti-Semitism in his first speech to the Senate.
Crikey readers have their say about asylum seeker activists, anti-Semitism, and why Bernard Keane should not write about the carpark in Parliament House.
Jake Lynch has been cleared of charges of anti-Semitism for his actions during an anti-Israel protest at Sydney University.
Jake Lynch is a long-time supporter of Palestine, but he has shown no evidence of anti-Semitism, whatever his ideological enemies might say, writes Sydney University senior lecturer Nick Riemer
The emotional incontinence of idiot tech journalists as they fetishise graven images (read: iPhones and Apple Watches) glorifies a god (read: cult leader) that is not as benevolent as it seems.
In Australia, there should be no place for reactionary essentialism while we debate politics and ideas, says Overland editor Jeff Sparrow.