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Jan 20 2019
Controversy and the government shutdown greeted marchers who gathered in the Washington cold Saturday for the third annual national Women’s March.Fox News (Online News)
Feb 16 2015
Over the weekend, a Danish man attacked a free speech event and a synagogue hosting a bat mitzvah in Copenhagen, killing two and wounding five before being shot by police. The parallels with the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, which targeted cartoonists who had drawn Muhammed and later a kosher supermarket, are obvious and chilling.
These mass shooters are far from alone in targetingVox
May 21 2021
From New York and California to Illinois and Utah, the recent conflict between Israel and Gaza has generated a disturbing backlash against American Jews – who have found themselves the targets of death threats, hate speech and violent physical attacks.
"Stop telling me this is about Israel and Gaza," said a New Yorker who was confronted by a pro-Palestinian mob on his way to synagogueFox News (Online News)
Jul 17 2020
Recent incidents of anti-Semitic tweets and posts from sports and entertainment celebrities are a very troubling omen for the future of the Black Lives Matter movement, but so too is the shocking lack of massive indignation. Given the New Woke-fulness in Hollywood and the sports world, we expected more passionate public outrage. What we got was a shrug of meh-rage.
When reading the darkThe Hollywood Reporter
Apr 29 2020
Late Tuesday night New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, or maybe we should call him King Herod, issued a stern warning to Jews in his city. Amid apparent concerns that some of the Chosen People in Gotham weren’t abiding by his strict social distancing orders, he took to Twitter to single them out and threaten them with arrest for their disobedience. It was an act of anti-Semitism vile enoughThe Federalist
Nov 21 2019
Four students at Syracuse University have been suspended in connection with a string of racist and anti-Semitic incidents, school officials said.
Chancellor Kent Syverud announced the interim suspensions Wednesday, three days after Syracuse administrators canceled all social activities at fraternities for the rest of the semester in response to a black student who said she was verballyNew York Post (News)
Sep 09 2019
Appearing as a guest on Friday's Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO, New York Times opinion editor Bari Weiss not only complained about the media and her own paper's tendency to pander to what excites the Twittersphere, but she also called out her fellow left-wingers who have been tolerant of anti-Semitism.
She and fellow liberal Krystal Ball, formerly of MSNBC, got into a heated debateNewsBusters
Nov 18 2019
A fringe group of far-right activists have been disrupting conservative and pro-Trump events in recent weeks, drawing rebukes from mainstream Republicans who are eager to separate the party from white nationalists and alt-right racists.
A small but vocal group of young men led by 21-year-old broadcaster Nicholas Fuentes received national attention this week after heckling Donald TrumpThe Hill
Jan 16 2022
President Joe Biden vowed the U.S. will stand against anti-Semitism and extremism, after an hourslong standoff with a man who took hostages a Texas synagogue.
The man took over services at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville on Saturday and was heard ranting and talking about religion on the synagogue's livestream.
"There is more we will learn in the days ahead about theNewsweek
Apr 29 2019
The 'editor's note' wasn't cutting it. Does the apology stack up?
The New York Times on Saturday issued a note after they deleted an anti-Semitic cartoon attacking President Trump and Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu that ran in the Opinion section of the International Edition on Thursday of last week.
The statement offered neither regret nor apology, but characterized the cartoon asThe Blaze