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Antisemitism has been around for hundreds of years. But the rise of populism, along with social media, presents new challenges for those trying to fight what is called the “new antisemitism.”
Denial is not a security strategy.
Six months after the shooting at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh, hundreds of students gathered at the State Capitol to demand more funding for nonpublic schools.
Suspect was inspired by the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
“Our hearts remain heavy, but we are thankful to everyone who was able to contribute to the efforts to provide emotional and financial support during an unthinkable time in our city.”
By AMY SPIRO
Synagogues are on high alert after a gunman who had made antisemitic slurs on social media opened fire in a Pittsburgh synagogue on Oct. 27, one of the deadliest attacks on Jews in US history.
Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman on Sunday morning posted a photograph of the cleats he planned to wear during Sunday’s game against the Steelers.
By MARCY OSTER/JTA
One need not be a seer or prophet in training to see the self-destructive-to-suicidal future that this selective condemnation of unacceptable behavior will lead to.
By DOUGLAS ALTABEF
What terrifies me more than the attacks themselves, are the implications of the reactions people had to them.
By ALEXANDER LEVENE
Fearful and ashamed, John Jay’s Jewish population attended class as usual the next week, awaiting an email condemning the shooting. We were waiting for something that never arrived.
By SARAH SAADA
Chris Cantwell, dubbed the "Crying Nazi," freely spreads hateful messages, blaming Jews for the woes of the world on the platform.
By URI BOLLAG
Public Information Officer Chris Togneri did not provide specific details about the pamphlets in a news release.
By DILLON CARR/THE TRIBUNE-REVIEW
Mark Hetfield, president and CEO of HIAS, strongly opposes the Trump administration’s policy.
By YOSSI MELMAN
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