The ministry uploaded the definition of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, or IHRA, to the site on April 30.
Laws require definitions, and as the US deals with the surge of antisemitic crimes, Congress needs to adapt a clear and binding definition of what antisemitism means.
As the frequency of attacks and abuse increases, we must rise to meet the challenge.
Holocaust denial is a criminal offense in Germany and is punishable with a sentence of up to five years in prison, and similar laws exist in other European countries.
If we are pressuring world leaders to adopt the IHRA definition of antisemitism, why aren’t we pressuring Big Tech leaders as well?
“The use of IHRA's definition as a practical legal tool is the key to efficiently fighting rising antisemitism worldwide,” said Yifa Segal of the Forum's work.
For this week’s forum to have any lasting impact the leaders must internalize the message from their brief visits to the Jewish state and all the “Never again!” speeches.
Dozens of world leaders and dignitaries arriving in Israel for mass commemoration.
The IHRA promised that Holocaust victims and survivors will not be forgotten.
Matteo Salvini also discussed several issues, including the rise of antisemitism in Europe.