Over the last five years, a younger, radical segment of the Jewish left has positively embraced the term “anti-Semitism.”
“We are too afraid to leave our home since this started. Several people discovered we’re Jewish and ever since we’ve been getting death threats.”
ADL found that there have been 11 anti-Semitic assaults in New York so far in 2018. Eight have been in Brooklyn.
Police don’t believe it was a hate crime — the fire may have been set for warmth.
“The message on these flyers is reprehensible and does not represent who we are as a community,” said the UC Davis chancellor.
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“They are hook-nosed. Many people called the Malays fat-nosed. We didn’t object, we didn’t go to war for that.”
“We are extremely concerned about this behavior and are treating it with all of the seriousness it warrants,” the school district wrote on Facebook.
“I have a zillion disagreements with ultra-Orthodox, but they were welcoming.”
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