The report found 11 cases of vandalism, 19 cases of harassment, and one case of physical assault. Other findings included 20 BDS resolutions, 143 events and 165 protests or actions.
No. 29 on The Jerusalem Post's Top 50 Most Influential Jews of 2022: Anti-Defamation League (ADL) CEO and national director Jonathan Greenblatt.
"We will continue to push back and not accept this idea that you are progressive, except for ‘Philistine’, any longer,” she said.
A conference intended to address combatting antisemitism devoted a great deal of time to the scale and nature of its contemporary form.
The multi-pronged plan calls on governments and public officials to take on a number of tasks.
Speaking at ADL’s annual “State of Hate” remarks, Greenblatt said that antisemitism must be confronted “even if it means taking on old friends and allies.”
“Virus-related conspiracy theories are proliferating,” noted the Anti-Defamation League CEO.
We shouldn’t kid ourselves: Antisemitism is still alive and well. The oldest hatred has persisted so long because it insidiously adapts and adjusts to situations like these.
“It is deeply concerning that approximately one in four Europeans harbor the types of anti-Semitic beliefs that have endured since before the Holocaust,” said Jonathan A. Greenblatt, ADL CEO.
In a series of follow-up tweets, Trump said the representatives all “hate Israel with a true and unbridled passion” and have “made Israel feel abandoned by the U.S.”