By Baruch Lytle It’s not hard to forget about 2019—not after a year like 2020, defined by covid, riots, political upheaval and chaos. If you are Jewish, you may feel like you haven’t had a break—every local and national crisis has ultimately led in one form or another to the oldest of crises, one that […]
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The American Jewish Committee’s recently published antisemitism study surveyed both Jewish and non-Jewish Americans about their attitudes and awareness about Jews and antisemitism. READ HERE
Jews in Belgium requiring state protection from antisemites and terrorists.
The Israeli government has been strongly considering the implementation of legal sovereignty over parts of Judea and Samaria, namely in the Jordan Valley. Such a move, some are calling “annexation” is likely to garner strong reactions. The questions are, what exactly is involved with “annexing” these particular territories from an international legal standpoint, what are […]
The issue, concluded the report, “points to a culture within the party which, at best, did not do enough to prevent anti-Semitism and, at worst, could be seen to accept it.” READ MORE But not everyone was buying the Labour Party’s mea culpa. In a statement from a group called Labour First, critics are charging […]
Analyzing the COVID-tinged wave of antisemitism over the past year.