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By AMY SPIRO
By AMY SPIRO
After 100,000 likes and hundreds of complaints, the tweet was removed from the social media platform.
By DANIEL J. ROTH
The topic that stoked the most anti-Jewish sentiment online was the outing of disgraced former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.
Little was “kicking and dragging an Israeli flag on the ground,” as he was removed from the premises.
By ILANIT CHERNICK
Milner: It was like I wasn’t a person to him anymore
"They didn’t demand anything from him, all they wanted was to hurt him, to take his life,” said the victim's father.
By EYTAN HALON
An article published on the popular French-language blog Philosemitisme condemned Di Rupo's comments, describing them as exacerbating certain manifestations of antisemitism.
Echo music award was given to rappers with antisemitic lyrics.
Displaying Nazi imagery is illegal in Ukraine.
‘The Red Card for Hate’ campaign will encourage supporters, government officials and the public to treat antisemitism more seriously.
By JTA,DANIEL J. ROTH
Joseph M. Cassano, 28, once tweeted “I like Jews about as much as Hitler.”
The victim sustained a cracked rib along with swelling, bruising and scratches over his body.
By SHOSHANA KRANISH
Among the signatories who called for antisemitism to be elevated to an issue of national concern were 3 former prime ministers, several elected officials, artists and prominent thinkers.
Residents countered the "Shield and Sword" festival with peace gatherings and protests.
The video depicted a fraternity brother taking an oath to "always have hatred" for various minority groups.
In recent months, Malmo has seen a noticeable uptick in antisemitic acts.
Investigations have been launched in 11 members of Bavaria's state police, another 11 in the Federal Police and an additional 5 cases in the armed forces.
By ALLON SINAI
The “Say No to Antisemitism” campaign was initiated and backed by Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.
By GIL HOFFMAN
After passing in the South Carolina House of Representatives, the antisemitism bill was stalled in the state Senate for several months, but it finally passed on Holocaust Remembrance Day.
The assailant lashed the kippa-clad Jewish man with his belt and repeated the Arabic word for Jew, “Yahudi.”
Last year, individuals whose identity has remained unknown destroyed 40 of the 50 headstones at an 18th-century Jewish cemetery in eastern France.
The Jewish legislator defended his actions: “I can wear that kippah anywhere,” he said.
One of the assailants asked the man, “Do you want to fight?” and began to kick and punch him with others joining in the attack.
By SHOSHANA KRANISH,JTA
Rappers Kollegah and Farid Bang were recently forced to defend their controversial lyrics.
By STEVE LINDE
One of the hundreds of survivors who participated in this year's march: "The most wonderful miracle of all is the State of Israel."
By JULIANE HELMHOLD
"As a holocaust survivor, it is hard for me to see that we even have to speak about it."
By TAMARA ZIEVE
By AVRAHAM GOLD
By DANIEL J. ROTH, REUTERS
By SAMUEL THROPE
By HERB KEINON
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
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