Tag Archives: anti-semitism

Column: If We Do Not Stand Against Anti-Semitism, Why Should Anyone Else?

Within a week, Pope Francis and two prominent black men took steps that can only benefit the Jewish people in a follow-up, perhaps coincidental, to a rally of Jews and others who gathered near Capitol Hill to protest anti-Semitism.

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Column: Anti-Semitism Watch: A Hopeful Sign For Black Lives Matter

When a parent buries a child, little else matters. So how does the Black Lives Matter movement find the time and energy to brand Israel as an apartheid and genocidal state and equate its policies with police brutality?

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London Calling: Message for Community From Rabbi Marc

Every Friday morning, my mother gets her weekly copy of The Jewish Chronicle, delivered along with The Times and I have been reading it with considerable alarm. Almost every story is one that relates to the sharp and shocking increase in incidents of anti-Semitism since the awful escalation of violence in Israel and Gaza.

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Column: Anti-Semitism Watch: A Pox on Both Parties

U.S. Representatives Marjorie Taylor Greene and Rashida Tlaib – each crazy in their own ways – deserve each other. None of us deserve this pair turning Capitol Hill into a psych ward. Nor do we deserve the thoughtless and senseless response of both Democrats and Republicans.

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ADL’s 2020 Never Is Now Summit Goes Virtual & Free

ADL’s Never Is Now Summit, the world’s largest summit on antisemitism and hate, will be held from November 8 – 19, 2020. This year, it will be held virtually and is available to all at no cost.

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Community Conversation on Anti-Semitism

Boulder’s Rabbinic Council (Haver), the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), and the Boulder JCC are convening a community conversation to discuss recent incidents of anti-Semitism in our area and to provide support to one another.

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ADL Condemns Swastika Burned Into Asphalt At Denver School

The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region, responding to reports of a swastika burned into the asphalt at a Denver elementary school, condemned the incident and commended Denver Public Schools and the Denver Police Department for their swift action to investigate the incident and ensure the safety of the school community.

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