An ex-cop assigned to the World Trade Center says he was barraged with anti-Semitic comments on a daily basis — and he has the tapes to prove it.
Germany’s main Protestant body distanced itself from the anti-Semitism of its founder, Martin Luther, and pledged to confront the dark side of its roots.
The University of California system held a public forum to discuss modifying a proposed statement of “principles against intolerance.”
A pro-Palestinian demonstration in the Moroccan city of Casablanca featured men dressed as Orthodox Jews who were being led at gunpoint by masked men wearing kaffiyehs.
A rabbi and two of his congregants were stabbed outside a synagogue on Marseilles, France.
Three young Europeans – two Muslims and a Jew – met with Obama administration and congressional officials to press for action against anti-Semitism in Europe.
Anti-Semitism “continued to be a major problem around the globe,” the U.S. State Department’s annual International Religious Freedom Report for 2014 found.
Yes, Ann Coulter’s tweet about Jews was indefensible. No, it does not make her an anti-Semite. Take it from Dennis Prager, who has hosted the Conservative pundit for more than one Shabbat dinner.
Jewish British-Indian artist Anish Kapoor made news in three European capitals over the High Holy Days, marching with Ai Weiwei for refugees in London, fighting anti-semitism in France, and opening a major exhibit in Moscow.
It’s bad enough that the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party placed third in Greece’s recent elections. Even worse, Jonathan Zimmerman says, is how a more polite kind of anti-Semitism has taken hold in the mainstream.