Europe’s Jew Hatred, and Ours

Paris. Toulouse. Malmo. Copenhagen. Brussels. Berlin. For most people, they are lovely cities where you might happily take a holiday. But for the world’s Jews, they are something else, too. They are place names of hate. Paris for us doesn’t…

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Office of Jewish professor at Columbia vandalized with swastikas

Swastikas were spray-painted on two office walls of a Jewish professor at Columbia University. The word “YID” also was spray-painted on an office wall of Elizabeth Midlarsky, a professor of psychology and education at Teachers College. Midlarsky also researches and…

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Judge dismisses suit accusing San Francisco State of anti-Semitism

A lawsuit accusing San Francisco State University of allowing and encouraging anti-Semitism on campus has been dismissed by a federal judge, who said a group of Jewish students and their supporters failed to show that school officials discriminated against them…

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The Many Faces of Jew-Hatred

In the wake of the shooting in Pittsburgh, a volley of voices called for more of this or that—armed guards or gun control, barring the doors of synagogues, policing of fringe web platforms or resources for mental health. While President…

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Anti-Semitism Rising on New York College Campuses

DAILY DOSE | The Anti-Defamation League reported that anti-Semitic incidents in New York City have jumped ninety percent in the last two years. College campuses seem to have been hit the hardest. Our Shayna Estulin has the story.

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