The police are classifying it as a “bias crime,” and providing the institutions with increased patrols.
The controversies hurt relationships with the Jewish community and confused the organization’s mission.
The graffiti painted on The Rock in the center of campus read: “Jews did 9-11. Google: Dancing Israelis.”
The victims asked the judge to consider a religious or racist motive, which currently is not included in the incitement.
The incident was painful for congregants whose ancestors were expelled from Muslim countries in the Middle East after the establishment of Israel.
This was the second time in two days that a Fox channel used an anti-Semitic trope to describe Soros.
Days later, hundreds of students wearing T-shirts or hoodies in red, a school color, displayed “unity against hate.
After someone refused to meet him, he texted, “If meeting me for five seconds is not worth the lives of multiple Jews then I have no other option.”
On one of President Trump’s favorite shows, a guest characterizes groups funded by George Soros as “basically human smugglers and human trafficke
“We’re in a whole new atmosphere where hate travels instantaneously.”