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.
Two protestors were photographed wearing shirts with the image of an antisemitic mural, championed by former British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
And in 2012, Decker said he was at a bar with teammates when a group of girls asked him to leave the table when they found out he was Jewish.
The rapper published a series of tweets last month asserting that Jews systematically exploited Black artists.
The decision, announced Wednesday, follows a 48-hour boycott by many users, notably British and Jewish, over what they deemed as Twitter’s failure to reprimand the artist over his tweets in a timely manner.
It was a fair disclaimer, given that his hour-long conversation with Seth Rogen touched on just about every general aspect of modern Jewish identity, from Jewish summer camp to cultural Jewishness to sitting shiva.
There is no better illustration of the relationship between rising authoritarianism and antisemitism than the recent presidential campaign in Poland.
“We oppose attacks on the existence of the State of Israel as the homeland of the Jewish people.”
A close-up look at the fight against antisemitism, both among interfaith groups, and among supporters of grassroots campaigns
Some blame Jews for using the coronavirus to control the world, while the new form of antisemitism blames Israel for using coronavirus to control the Palestinians.
Combat Anti-Semitism Movement’s #IsraelFights4Humanity campaign gives individuals and organizations digital and social media tools to showcase Israeli efforts