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German dictionary says the word ‘Jew’ is discriminatory

“For me, the word ‘Jew’ is neither a swear word nor discriminatory,” Josef Schuster, president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, told German media Deutsche Presse-Agentur.

Qatar and Iran accused of religious cleansing of Baha’is

"Qatar’s suitability to host the World Cup should - once again, be questioned," said a leading expert on Qatar’s regime.

Microsoft pledges to publicly investigate sexual harassment claims

Microsoft said it received a complaint in 2019, while Gates was on the board, that he attempted to start a romantic relationship with an employee in 2000.

This 2017 billboard in Budapest was part of a Hungarian government campaign to “demonize Soros.

Support for Israel must not serve as a cover up for antisemitism - opinion

Extreme-right groups in Europe spread antisemitism using ‘Soros’, ‘The Rothchilds’ and the like as code-words for “the Jews” while rejecting accusations of antisemitism because “they support Israel"

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EEOC Commissioner says Stanford antisemitism 'deeply troubling'

Stanford’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion program has advanced antisemitic tropes concerning Jewish power, conspiracy and control.

Jewish food influencer Jake Cohen named in discrimination lawsuit

Jewish food personality Jake Cohen was named in a federal discrimination lawsuit filed by former Feedfeed employees alleging racism and sexism at the company.


Nine Iranian Christians released from jail

Pastor Matthias Abdulreza Ali Haghnejad from the Church of Iran was initially sentenced to five years in prison – along with eight other members of the church.

Attendees of the "No Hate No Fear" rally against antisemitism, Jerusalem, January 5, 2020

Non-Jewish allies can be key to combatting antisemitism - opinion

Non-Jewish allies can be a key factor to combatting antisemitism.

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Australia introduces contentious religious anti-discrimination bill

The legislation would allow faith-based groups to prioritize hiring and enrolling people of their religion.


Why Shufersal's haredi discount website pushed Israelis' buttons

The Shufersal scandal reflects not a political power struggle, but an economic one.

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