Jewish business owner Manny Yekutiel’s popular, community-focused Mission District café was vandalized over the weekend with graffiti that read “Racist pigz” and “Zionist pigz.”
As the Israel-Hamas conflict was raging last month, a program assistant at the University of San Francisco forwarded an email to a group of students in the School of Education promoting a Palestinian protest taking place the following day.
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The pandemic and resultant lockdown have been challenging for people of all ages, but none more so than teenagers.
Last June, a San Mateo City Council member of Asian and Jewish heritage had a rock thrown through her window at home. The incident, which is still under investigation by police, came after the coronavirus pandemic sparked a slew of anti-Asian signs and slogans, some reading “F** China,” “Chinese Disease” and “Thanks China.”
“To the entire Jewish community, I want to send an apology for liking this video that has been brought to my attention. It’s extremely antisemitic.”
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