This is no witchcraft: residents of Salem, Massachusetts discovered colorful decorations in their town’s iconic bandstand, one day after the monument was vandalized with a blue swastika.
A Jewish real estate agent in Montana received more than 700 anti-semitic messages, according to the lawsuit.
On Feb. 21, a woman in suburban Atlanta awoke and decided that she could not stay silent amid a surge in anti-Semitism.
Dear Dr. Gorka — I was relieved to see you “liked” several recent tweets aimed at me, even though they were hostile and one wrongly implied that the Forward was taking money for the stories we have reported on you. I was beginning to worry that you hadn’t seen our reporting.
An online meme mocking Jews made a real-world appearance at a pro-Trump rally.
Pope Francis is depicting his internal opponents as stubborn legalists and Pharisees, evoking for one Italian rabbi anti-Jewish stereotypes.
News that President Trump plans to eliminate the office of the special envoy to counter anti-Semitism as part of his planned budget cuts was met with some serious pushback from Jewish leaders — and from the last person to hold the position.
Two Muslim activists raised more than $110,000 to help repair a vandalized Jewish cemetery. The move inspired gratitude — and questions.
Colin Tatz explores the long (and often anti-Semitic) history of Jews and sport.
As America becomes more and more polarized, I fear that Jews will have nowhere to turn.