Germany Struggles With an Unfamiliar Form of Anti-Semitism

German police attribute more than 90% of cases nationwide to far-right offenders. But Jewish activists and victim representatives say the data is misleading because police automatically label any incident where the perpetrators aren’t known as coming from the far right.…

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Rutgers symposium tackles anti-Semitism everywhere…except at Rutgers

Panelists discussing hatred toward houses of worship include, from left, George Selim, Jared Maples, Mohammad Ali Chaudry, and John D. Cohen. Photo Courtesy the N.J. Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness Following reports that multiple members of its faculty expressed…

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Democrats Go Soft on Anti-Semitism

I don’t always agree with Kenneth L. Marcus, the founder and president of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law. But he is without question the kind of person who might have been nominated in any Republican administration to…

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BDS’s Roots Are Steeped In Anti-Semitism

The spectacle of boycotters being outraged about getting a dose of their own medicine makes it tempting to enjoy a moment of comic relief – after all, it’s a bit like one of those delightfully absurd Ephraim Kishon stories: there are characters that devote…

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How do we curb racism and anti-Semitism — and protect free speech?

To all appearances, Michael Chikindas was a reasonably successful professor in the Department of Food Science at Rutgers University, but that was before the website discovered that his Facebook page was plastered with anti-Semitic cartoons. The caricatures — with…

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