Michael Balaban has his work cut out for him.
The most popular man in Brooklyn on Sunday night was Shlomo Lipman, a pitcher for Israel’s national baseball team, which had schlepped to Coney Island for the first of a series of nine exhibition games ahead of The Big Schlep to the Olympics in Tokyo in less than two weeks.
A New York Post article published on July 3 that described a 139% increase in hate crimes since the same period last year generated a firestorm on social media this week.
Antisemitic, white nationalist and insurrectionist organizations are lining their pockets with unpaid taxes, according to a new report by the Anti-Defamation League released Monday.
A Reconstructionist congregation that was housed in the Tree of Life*Or L’Simcha building in Pittsburgh targeted in a deadly shooting in 2018 is asking Attorney General Merrick Garland to “abandon its quest for the death penalty” in the case against the accused shooter.
Arizona state Sen. Wendy Rogers, a Republican, appeared on an antisemitic online TV network last week to promote the state’s baseless 2020 election audit.
While a tenuous ceasefire between Israel and Gaza seems to be holding despite tit-for-tat violence last Wednesday, American Jews are still reeling from a reported surge in antisemitism following the conflict in the Middle East. Incidents include a window at a kosher pizzeria in Manhattan shattered with a brick, a synagogue door in Utah vandalized with a swastika and bottles thrown at Jewish diners in Los Angeles.
The vast majority of registered Democrats support requirements for secular education at religious yeshivas, according to a new poll commissioned by the advocacy group YAFFED that was released Wednesday.
A new ADL’s report found that 60% of Jews have witnessed behavior — or heard or read comments — they thought were antisemitic.
The Anti-Defamation League sent a letter Wednesday calling out Facebook for failing to remove blatant antisemitism from the platform.