The majority of Jews feel that anti-Zionism is anti-Semitic. Why won’t the Left listen to them?
Neturei Karta organized a trip to D.C. “to show support for Congresswoman Ilhan Omar who is recently unjustly accused by AIPAC as anti-Semitic.”
An organized and state-sponsored effort to undermine free speech is underway. But the IDW is indifferent to it, spending their time fighting activists
Two reject Jewish ties to the Temple Mount and Jerusalem, and another deals with the “Peaceful settlement of the question of Palestine.”
Ilhan Omar, who this month became the first Somali and the first Muslim refugee ever elected to Congress, modulates her views to fit her audience.
The Argentina Zionist Organization called Waters “one of the great anti-Semites of our time” in a campaign protesting what it called his hate speech.
University of Illinois Professor Francis Boyle, credited with starting the BDS movement, has become a regular guest on Alex Jones’s Infowars. Why?
Labour may have strengthened their definition of anti-Semitism, but Jeremy Corbyn’s tacit acceptance of anti-Semitism is cause for great concern.
“Anti-Zionist rhetoric targeting Israel that is placed on a synagogue confirms that anti-Zionists are notorious anti-Semites,” a statement read.
Faced with this potential “wave” election, right-wing elected officials are targeting left-leaning candidates based on their positions on Israel.