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“Since I am Jewish I feel he targeted me.”
The performing arts school known for the musical “Fame” ordered the Nazi props removed from the musical.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Orban also accused World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder of having a "left-wing and liberal bias" in Hungarian public affairs.
By HERB KEINON
A photo illustration of a Jewish leader among falling banknotes was slammed as antisemitic by Jews in Hungary, Israel and the U.S.
By SARA RUBENSTEIN
The 77-year old Midlarsky was so shocked that university staff had to help her home.
By AMY SPIRO
Two leaders of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations said they have urged sponsors to withdraw support from the Us+Them tour by the former Pink Floyd lead singer.
By JEREMY SHARON
A comprehensive CNN survey demonstrated prevalent antisemitic attitudes in Europe, findings showed in a new poll.
PORTNOY say their first protest video was pulled from Facebook without explanation.
By JEREMY SHARON,SARA RUBENSTEIN
“Antisemitism and anti-Zionism are getting blurred but they are two sides of the same coin.” Chancellor Kurz said during his opening address.
By BEN SALES/JTA
The Women’s March has come under renewed fire recently for co-chair Tamika Mallory’s associations with Louis Farrakhan, the virulently antisemitic leader of the Nation of Islam.
By ROGER DUPUIS/THE TIMES-LEADER
Most of the kippot were blue with silver lettering: “Together we stand,” in English, above the Hebrew rendering of “shalom,” or “peace.”
Separately, a kosher butcher shop in Basel serving the Jewish community there was vandalized on four occasions during October.
The statement comes after actress Alyssa Milano said she would not speak at the next Women’s March if it is organized by Sarsour and Mallory, who have not been willing to condemn Farrakhan.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced the summit and Netanyahu’s participation at a press conference in Vienna Wednesday morning.
By GIL HOFFMAN
“The murder in a synagogue in the US must be a wake up call for us,” Forer said. “We should call on the Jews of the US to make aliyah.”
11 people were killed during services at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh on October 27th.
By MARCUS GILBAN/JTA
A gunman entered Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh on Oct. 27 during Shabbat morning services, and killed 11 members of the various congregations that meet there.
On Sunday, the campaigns for Rep. Lee Zeldin and his Democratic challenger, Perry Gershon, in the 1st Congressional District on Long Island traded condemnations over the incidents.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
The event is titled “Israel, Palestine and the limits of what is sayable.”
Labour had been partly to blame for a record number of antisemitic incidents in Britain last year.
The children of Steve West, who promotes antisemitic conspiracy theories on a radio show he hosts, want to prevent their father from winning a seat in the House of Representatives.
Fulgencio, who is not Jewish, said that he has been living in the neighborhood for seven years without incident until Thursday.
Local police increased their presence around the synagogue as a result of the incident.
9:50: The gunman enters and begins shooting. His first victims, according to a Times account, are the Rosenthal brothers, ages 54 and 59.
By MICHAEL WILNER
‘I find it frightening that after all that’s happened to the Jews, this still goes on’
By LAHAV HARKOV
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
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