In a letter sent to Spotify CEO Daniel Ek, the Wiesenthal Center argued that “Freeze Corleone’s malicious hatred can kill.”
A quarter of respondents agreed with the statement that Israel’s policies make them understand why some people hate Jews.
Assaults in a British Jewry watchdog’s report increased by 27%, a record, and Labour Party anti-Semitism accounted for 45% percent of the incidents.
European anti-Semitism is a hatred with many faces.
UNESCO ruled that the parade, which caused an uproar for an anti-Semitic float, was not consistent with its values.
Comments such as “It’s as hot and humid as Auschwitz in here” or “you Jew” are common, she said, noting that her son’s Jewish identity is not public.
“I’m not asking for sympathy, I just feel like I need to put down a marker to say this is not normal and it is not acceptable.”
“How is your campaign against anti-Semitism coming along, Jeremy?” and “Jeremy, how did it feel to lay down a wreath on behalf of a terrorist?”
Bahar Arar cursed at and abused one of the Jewish demonstrators at a pro-Israel event. The community feels he deserved a harsher punishment.
On one video, an American paid $5 to write “Hollywood is run by Jews” and “Jews hate Jesus.”