Property of Jewish institutions have been targeted on at least 50 occasions as well.
Fans objected to the popular video blogger giving money to an organization that has criticized him and suggested that he was blackmailed by ADL.
They condemned Trump but didn’t explicitly call it “anti-Semitic” like they did with Omar. Meanwhile, Jewish Democrats in Congress did the opposite.
“The notion of dual loyalty is a linchpin of the anti-Semitic stereotype.”
The congregation believes that they can be Jewish and think Jesus is the Messiah. They were still targeted by an anti-Semite.
“It’s hard and it does take a long time, but I’ve seen it happen,” he said.
Thirty-nine of the killings were “clearly motivated by hateful, racist ideology,” according to its new report.
By not taking a more hardline stance against Trump, American Jewish organizations are losing their moral credibility.
Sometimes groups used anodyne-seeming phrases like “embrace your identity,” but other groups used explicitly anti-Semitic language.
Here are three ways to confront and reduce anti-Semitism in schools.