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Those who have a hatred of, or prejudice against, Jews just because they are Jewish are known as anti-Semitic, or they are anti-Semites. Throughout Jewish history, there have been many religious groups that have persecuted the Jews. When Christianity rose throughout Europe, the Jews were persecuted. During the Second World War, more than three-quarters of the Jewish population in Europe was wiped out by the Nazis.
The legislation, which elevates the position to an ambassadorial level, received overwhelming bipartisan support in the House.
Hankes said that that the Daily Stormer had seen increased traffic since the 2016 election of President Donald Trump, who is seen by its readers as “a champion for them.”
The conspiracy has one overarching and optimistic message for its supporters: Trump is in absolute charge – of everything – and his enemies, largely Democrats and liberals, will soon fall.
Klaus Schneeberger, the regional leader of ruling Austrian People’s Party of Chancellor Kurz, said, “Of course, nobody will have to register to buy kosher meat. There will be no such thing."
The National Bureau for Vigilance Against Antisemitism filed a complaint Thursday against Dalil Boubakeur, rector of the Great Mosque of Paris.
Antisemitic tweets attacking the S. African Jewry also goes viral on Thursday
By ILANIT CHERNICK
The party has reportedly disciplined the members involved in the WhatsApp group.
One Ukrainian mayor had quite a lot to say about "the Jews."
Displaying Nazi imagery is illegal in Ukraine.
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.
By SHOSHANA KRANISH
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.
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.
By GIL HOFFMAN
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