Anti-Semitism/BDS
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Once again, Hezbollah flags flew in London at the annual Al Quds march. No matter that Hezbollah, proxy army of the Iranian regime, is responsible for numerous murderous … more
On one of the Dutch capital’s busiest squares, a middle-aged Jewish man draped in an Israeli flag bellows insults at another man holding a Palestinian flag and posters promoting a boycott of Israel. … more
CAMERA (the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America) unveiled a giant billboard this week outside the offices of the New York Times, criticizing the newspaper for the anti-Israel … more
Recent events in Durham, N.C., raise troubling questions about the BDS movement and its supporters. In April, the city of Durham passed a resolution banning its police department from taking part … more
On April 25, the day set aside to commemorate the end of Nazi occupation in Italy during World War II and the victory of the Resistance, the story that dominated the Italian news involved people … more
The debate about wearing a kippah in Western Europe returned only a decade or so ago, but it has nonetheless come to follow a rigid pattern even in that short period of time. The … more
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said on Monday that Jews caused the Holocaust with their “social behavior,” such as money lending. Speaking in Ramallah, Abbas also said … more
AMSTERDAM — When Barry Vingerling asked his employers at the Anne Frank House whether it was okay for him to start coming to work wearing a kippah, he did it mostly as a courtesy. “I … more
MONTREAL— A separatist Quebec legislator backtracked after criticizing a fellow parliamentarian for wearing a kippah in the legislative chamber on Holocaust Remembrance Day. During a raucous … more
A councilman in Washington, D.C., has apologized for suggesting on Facebook that rich Jews who control the weather caused an unexpected snowstorm. Democrat Trayon White Sr. posted a video early … more
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