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Turkey / 24-07-2014

When the state sanctions Turkey’s ugly antisemitism

Once marginal in Turkish politics, antisemitism is now been co-opted, if not incited, by Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan and his ruling party. How can Turkish Jews stay when they're now considered the ...

22-07-2014

Europe’s Jew-hatred dressed as anti-Zionism

By Post Editorial Board Even from across the Atlantic, it’s startling to see mobs of Europeans joined by Arab immigrants rampaging through the streets of France and Germany shouting, “Death to the Jews.”  The ...

20-06-2014

A new antisemitism rising in France

By Anthony Faiola  “I am not an antisemite,” French comedian Dieudonné M’bala M’bala says with a devilish grin near the start of his hit show at this city’s Théâtre de la Main d’Or.  Then come ...

17-06-2014

Call the antisemitism coming at us by leaps and bounds by its real name

Bernard Henri-Lévy  The Belgian and French police have faithfully performed their duty.  And it is known that a Frenchman from Roubaix, Mehdi Nemmouche, is probably the man who carried out the murder in the Jewish Museum ...

United States / 11-06-2014

Does antisemitism threaten American Jews?

By Kenneth L. Marcus   In a recent issue of Time magazine, Rabbi Eric H. Yoffie, former president of the Union for Reform Judaism, writes that antisemitism is “not a threat to American Jews.” ...

France / 10-06-2014

Dieudonné and Iran - The Dark Side of Comedy

With the outburst of the 'Affaire Dieudonné ' in late 2013, the world discovered the French comedian Dieudonné, his controversial jokes and his quenelles.  Despite the number of articles written on Dieudonné and ...

Greece / 08-06-2014

SS songs and antisemitism: the week Golden Dawn turned openly Nazi

Supporters of the far-right party gave Hitler salutes and sang the Horst Wessel song outside parliament last week. Helena Smith reports from Athens on how Golden Dawn has taken on a sinister ...

30-05-2014

Antisemitism remains an incurable virus

By Frida Ghitis  Antisemitism – that toxic delusion that has created so much hatred, violence, heartache over the centuries – refuses to die.  That pernicious view of Jews as all-powerful, untrustworthy and a cause of ...

26-05-2014

Analysis: A dangerous new dawn in Europe

By Efraim Zuroff  The mix of antisemitism and growing power of the right may signal that the Brussels attack is only the start   Coming on the heels of the ostensibly shocking results of ...

19-05-2014

Telling the truth about Boycott, Divest and Sanction Israel (BDS)

By Professor Steven H. Resnicoff  The international movement to Boycott, Divest and Sanction Israel (BDS) is rooted in a big lie. Through hypocritical double standards and outright lies and deceptive machinations, it falsely demonizes ...

Iran / 18-05-2014

Iran’s Islamic revolution: 35 years of hate

Today marks the 35th anniver­sary of the 1979 Islamic Rev­o­lu­tion. More than three decades on, the author­i­tar­ian Iran­ian regime has indoc­tri­nated gen­er­a­tions of its cit­i­zens with antisemitic, anti-Israel and anti-Western pro­pa­ganda through state-controlled media.   These themes con­tinue to ...

15-05-2014

Manfred Gerstenfeld on the ADL antisemitism survey

For every Jewish person in the world, there are 700 antisemites. If we put all the antisemites together into one country, it would become the third largest nation after China and India. ...

13-05-2014

Antisemitism and Holocaust denial on Facebook: how should we fight virtual hatred?

By Marc Knobel For several years there has been talk about the waves of antisemitism and racism which have flooded the social networks. One should not forget that the hashtag “#unbonjuif” (a good Jew) lead ...

12-05-2014

A worrying trend of antisemitism in European football

By Alexander Henderson  Antisemitism in football has unfortunately again been thrust into the media spot light as the Nicolas Anelka incident on December 28th received wide scale coverage, and sparked a reassessment of ...

11-05-2014

New studies, old hatreds

Is antisemitism just another hatred, or is it unique? A new academic study tries, with mixed results, to answer the question.  By Alex Joffe    Studying anything having to do with Jews is at once conventional ...

11-05-2014

The Rock and Roll Boycott of Israel

By Adam Shay - For the last ten years there has been an ongoing attempt to promote a cultural boycott of Israel. While this campaign has achieved very few actual victories, it has received ...

Iran / 11-05-2014

Iranian Foreign Affairs Minister Zarif: “Antisemitism and genocide are alien to our people”

Following a series of statements denouncing Holocaust denial, Zarif was summoned to testify before the Iranian Parliament. In his speech he tried to present the government’s view, which recognizes the Holocaust but opposes ...

07-05-2014

The persistent survival of antisemitism

By Professor Robert Wistrich  Antisemitism might be defined as the generality of historic forms taken by Jew-hatred throughout recorded history. They include the beliefs, the passions and anti-Jewish behavior leading to both physical ...

29-04-2014

Kansas hate crime didn’t emerge from a vacuum

By Ben Cohen   When you look at the image of Frazier Glenn Cross, AKA Glenn Miller, the shooter who cold-bloodedly murdered three Christians in a bloody eve-of-Passover spree at two Jewish community buildings in ...

Iran / 28-04-2014

Rotten roots: the revolution regime and antisemitism in Iran

By Elad Ben David  Do not let the "moderate" Iranian regime fool you: the bitter hatred toward Israel has not been invented by Ahmadinejad , and its roots are planted in the writings ...

27-04-2014

The irrationality of Jew hatred

By Michael Brown Antisemitism, which is defined as “hostility toward or discrimination against Jews as a religious, ethnic, or racial group,” is not only the world’s longest hatred. It is also the most irrational.  The ...

27-04-2014

The rise of the extreme right in Hungary indicates the rising antisemitism on the continent

By Haim Isrovits    The meteoric rise of the extreme right party "Jobbik" marks the spreading racism in Europe. EP elections to be held next month in 28 Member States, may further strengthen this trend Spring 1944 ...

22-04-2014

The BDS smokescreen

By Robert Fulford  The people who defame Israel and wish to undermine its status in the world are not antisemites — or so they will tell you, every chance they get. Their denial ...

10-04-2014

Hating Jews

When left and right extremes arrive at same place.  By Roger Kaplan   Like many veterans of the Great War’s western front, Jacques Doriot was disgusted with the political leadership that had condoned, as ...

Hungary / 02-04-2014

Antisemitism in the shadow of the Hungarian elections

Hungary has held the first elections since the change of their constitution, which reduced the number of parliament members and strengthened Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who is expected to win the elections. ...

Australia / 02-04-2014

Op-Ed: Antisemitism and anti-Israelism in Australia

Manfred Gerstenfeld interviews Jeremy Jones, director of Jewish Affairs Council.  “The best estimate of the number of Jews living in Australia is about 120,000. There are many others with one or more Jewish ...

23-03-2014

The roots of Iranian antisemitism and its current consequences

Lecture, delivered on behalf of ISGAP at the Harvard Faculty Club in Cambrigde, MA. By Matthias Küntzel The topic of my talk “Iranian antisemitism” is controversial in two respects. Some will say that this is ...

18-03-2014

Are all boycotters of Israel antisemitic?

By Michael Curtis  It is regrettable but now necessary to ask two questions.  The first: are all those individuals, whatever their religious origin, political beliefs, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or nationality, who are in ...

15-03-2014

Missing Malaysia Airlines MH370: The Jews are to Blame, Surely?

By Julian Kossoff A prominent Iranian lawmaker has blamed the US for the disappearance of Malaysian flight MH370, claiming Washington wants to cause "psychological warfare" between Iran and China.  This pernicious nonsense is surely ...

15-03-2014

Europe's alarming push to isolate Israel

By Alan Dershowitz  When President Barack Obama warned of "international fallout" if Israel fails to embrace the latest U.S. Middle East peace proposal, Newsmax asked noted author and Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz ...