Hate speech

Houston woman breaks into synagogue, terrorizes preschool children

"The damage is immeasurable," an Assistant Harris County District Attorney said.

Mother of the year: US teen discovers cyber bully was her own mother

The mother even initially reported her own bullying to authorities, disguising herself using juvenile language and a VPN.

By Walla!
Antisemitism in the United States: Antisemitic graffiti on The Rock landmark at the University of Te

Antisemitic group Goyim TV relocated to Florida, an emerging hotspot for extremists

The antisemitic group hopes Florida will be more hospitable to them - and may have reason to believe that to be true.

American and Israeli Jews [Illustrative]

Threats against US Jews, LGBTQ+ are rising: How I'm fighting back - opinion

I take action by writing articles; speaking on the news; advocating in meetings with politicians, elected officials, foreign dignitaries and organizational leaders.

By Yuval David

Israelis think Facebook is the most hateful social network, survey finds

82% of Israelis who were exposed to hate speech online said Facebook was the social network where the most instances occurred.


Elon Musk, France's Macron have 'clear and honest' talk on Twitter hate speech

Macron - on a visit to the United States - said in an interview with the television show Good Morning America that he believed there were "responsibilities and limits" to free speech.


Why did Israel elect people with hateful views? - opinion

Today, there are those in Israel who seek significant ministerial positions yet appear totally insensitive as to what it means to be a minority within a population.

Under 1/3 of antisemitic content on LinkedIn removed - FOA report

The survey used the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's (IHRA) definition of antisemitism to identify over 100 antisemitic posts.

By Sam Halpern

Spotify criticizes Kanye's comments, keeps his music

The streaming giant said that none of Kanye's music violates their anti-hate policies, despite his recent string of antisemitic comments.


78-year-old Israeli gets 4-month sentence for threatening Netanyahu

78-year-old Israeli Tzvi Binstein, who issued calls to harm former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu over social media, will have his sentence converted to community service on probation.

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