Tag Archives: antisemitism

Column: Republicans ‘Christian’ Down Jews in Election Campaigns

This week, Bruce Ticker recaps some of the Republican antisemitic incidents taking place around the country as we approach the 2022 midterm elections.

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Letter: The Shame & Antisemitic Ignorance of The Wellesley News Editorial Board

Recently the Editorial Board of the Wellesley News of Wellesley College in an editorial very publicly declared their total support for Omar Barghouti's antisemitic genocidal BDS movement and the Boston Mapping Project which it unequivocally declared to be a "vital service" to the community.

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Antisemitism Expert to Address Women in Denver Who Support Israel

Women in Denver who support Israel are set to gather at Infinity Park Event Center on Wednesday, December 7, 2022, at 11:30 am to hear from Dr. Rachel Fish, Co-Founder of Boundless Israel Inc., regarding the rise in antisemitism and why the Jewish community and the land and people of Israel’s best days are ahead.

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Column: Trump’s Advice for ‘a Good Jewish Character’

Trump's recent pronouncements have reopened the question of dual loyalty – that Jews here must ignore the everyday needs of their fellow Americans and, for that matter, themselves, while exerting all their energy and go What else could these words mean? “U.S. Jews have to get their act together and appreciate what they have in Israel – before it is too late!”

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Letter: Truly, American Jews Had Better Get Their Act Together.

Kanye West boasted about being able to act without consequences. “I can literally say antisemitic s*** and they [Adidas] cannot drop me," West said on a social media video so it may come as a surprise to him that “Adidas will stop the Adidas Yeezy business with immediate effect.”

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Column: Anti-Zionism, Antisemitism

A Detroit congresswoman, an Australian student editor and a sex-abuse survivor from Vermont escape from a sanatorium and regale us with stories cementing their standing as antisemites.

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Column: ‘Sitting Duck’ Distorts Her Anti-Israel Distortions

Natalie Abulhawa had multiple advantages going for her after she filed a discrimination complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against a Main Line school: her own disingenuous voice, the aid and comfort of excuse-laden Arab-American spokespersons; and kid-glove treatment in a Philadelphia Inquirer story filed by an Arab-simpatico reporter.

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Column: Anti-Jewish Harassment: No Excuse for a Student’s Trauma

It should surprise us that a Jewish student at Altadena Middle School located in the southern tip of Phoenix experienced trauma for a longer period than she should have. Of course, she should never have experienced any of it, but school officials allegedly allowed the situation to persist.

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Column: When An Antisemitic Offender or Their Protector Plays Hardball…

With apologies to Kal Mann and David Appell, late co-writers of the popular 1961 “Bristol Stomp” song….

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Exclusive ADL Event in Boulder

Please join us on Monday, August 29, 2022, at the Boulder JCC for a snack and an exclusive opportunity to meet with George Selim, ADL Senior Vice-President, National Affairs.

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Antisemitism and Social Media

In the newly published book "Antisemitism on Social Media," a group of scholars examines how Twitter, Facebook, TikTok and other platforms may be fueling this rise in the United States and globally.

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Column: Critics Of Orthodox Jewish Bastions Enter Murky Territory

Michelle Zangari opened a can devoid of any live worms when she warned that Orthodox Jews could be poised to seize control of Rockville Centre on Long Island, which was part of an eight-minute rant that drew condemnations against antisemitism from New York’s governor, senior senator and scores of others.

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JEWISHcolorado, JCRC, ADL Condemn Horrific Attack

JEWISHcolorado, the ADL Mountain States Region, and the Jewish Community Relations Council stand with the community of Buffalo, New York where ten people have been murdered and three others injured at a grocery store in what authorities are calling an act of "racially motivated violent extremism."

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Letter: Settler Colonial = Kike = Sheeny. No Difference

hears the term "settler colonial" spewed as an obscene epithet throughout the American Academia today to disparage the Jewish people of Israel and Zionism positing the fallacious claim that Zionism is an entirely 19th century European invention when in fact Zionism is the singular foundational narrative of the 4000-year-old Jewish Bible.

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Letter: ADL: Better Late Than Never

For many years thoughtful Jews have railed against ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt for almost exclusively focusing on the dangers of right-wing antisemitism -- which certainly Jews should be made aware of -- to the exclusion of the dangers of left-wing antisemitism.

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Column: Sex And the Simplistic Pro-Arab Apologist

The Vermont episode is among more than 4,700 goodies – or baddies, if you will – that AMCHA Initiative documents on its website, some of which the organization picked out in last week’s release of a study which found that “the presence and number of faculty who expressed support for an academic boycott of Israel strongly contributed to every measure of campus antisemitic activity.”

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Column: Bullying The Victim Over a Nazi-Like Salute. Alabama-style?

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Kevin Kline’s character Otto from “A Fish Called Wanda” was outdone by Alabama high school officials who demanded that a Jewish student apologize for something he did not do and disregarded any thought of apologizing for his teacher’s action – leading his class in a Nazi-like salute.

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Column: Deborah Lipstadt’s Nomination: 6-Month Delay Thanks to A 6-Year-Old’s Mindset

Tracking Nancy Pelosi’s Gazpacho police must be a rigorous chore, yet the idiocy of the congresswoman who fabricated the story hardly compares with blocking the appointment of an antisemitism monitor or undermining the attorney-general over disruptions at local school board meetings that weaponize antisemitism.

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Column: Give Colleyville the Hollywood Touch – To Confront Anti-Semitism

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Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker needs to suspend his job search for a new pulpit. Instead, he must find a literary agent – if none of them have found him yet – and publish a book recounting his background and the 11 hours that Malik Faisal Akram held him hostage at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas on January 15.

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