Angela Buxton, who won at Wimbledon in 1956 with her American partner Althea Gibson, said that she had experienced anti-Semitism during her career
When Arielle Kaden moved to Germany, she had to decide whether or not she wanted to conceal her Jewish identity. This is her story.
The struggle to eradicate anti-Semitism from Britain’s Labour Party and to remove its leader Jeremy Corbyn from office are one and the same.
“The people know who they voted for. I was elected despite the growing anti-Semitism all over the country.”
Intimidation by the same group led a Jewish community in northern Sweden to dissolve itself last year.
The victim, an orthodox Jewish man, is “absolutely traumatized” and unable to return to work.
It is not even clear whether real estate investor Michael Reicher was actually Jewish.
Despite efforts to curb the anti-Semitism, one “can no longer ignore that Jews are unsafe walking the streets of Europe.”
A penny to the head, a fist to the face, scanning for horns… when did it first happen to you?
I am a Jew, and I have experienced anti-Semitism. I would not diminish its individual nature or its importance. It’s time we expand the view.