Farrakhan spoke next to a poster that read “The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews: How Jews Gained Control of the Black American Economy.”
Jon Stewart impersonating a political scammer impersonating a made-up Jewish journalist named Bernie Bernstein — it’s a Russian nesting doll of anti-Semitism and pop culture, just in time for the Hanukkah shopping season.
Was “Al Frankenstien” a typo? A joke? An anti-Semitic dog whistle?
The editor of Britain’s “Gay Times” magazine has been suspended after less than a month since being promoted from marketing manager.
Rabbi Rigoberto Emmanuel Viñas welcomed black and Latin Jews into his Yonkers synagogue — but some of the old guard didn’t approve.
“It’s as if the Ku Klux Klan were marching in the tens of thousands through Washington, D.C.”
Jews are only two percent of the population but were victims of more than half of all religious hate crimes.
Who would want to label themselves a “proud anti-Semite”?
As the recent article in the The Forward demonstrates, universalizing Jewish persecution to talk about “the jew” is still very much in vogue.
A new suit must show not just that students were harassed, but that university officials were responsible and were motivated by religious bias.