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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 ...

Ukraine / 09-03-2014

“Democratization” and Antisemitism in Ukraine: When Neo-Nazi symbols become “The New Normal”

By Julie Lévesque Dmitry Yarosh (center), leader of the Maidan Brown Shirts, on an international wanted list and charged with inciting terrorism.  Under the new government, Yarosh is leader of the Neo-Nazi Right Sector delegation to the ...

27-02-2014

Youth unemployment and the rise of Neo-Nazism in Europe

By Catherine Lefèvre Is there a direct link between youth unemployment and the rise of the far-right in Europe? In recent years, there has been a notable increase in the number of neo-Nazi demonstrations ...

13-02-2014

Contemporary antisemitism in the world of NGOs

By Prof. Gerald Steinberg  The network of non-governmental organizations that claim to promote human rights and humanitarian agendas, and are centrally involved in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, often use antisemitic themes and images in their campaigns. ...

13-02-2014

Ten reasons why BDS is immoral and hinders peace

The Israel boycott movement threatens the peace process by promoting extortion rather than negotiation, and discourages Palestinians from agreeing to any reasonable peace offer. By Alan M. Dershowitz  As a strong supporter of the two ...

12-02-2014

Global antisemitism and the erosion of shame

By Abraham H. Foxman  Some of my worst fears about a resurgence of antisemitism around the world seem to be coming true. I have been talking for some time about the unique dynamic ...

Ukraine / 12-02-2014

Antisemitism and the Ukrainian political crisis

By Vyacheslav Likhachev  At the end of January, the political crisis caused by a standoff of the government, basing its power on violence and a mechanism suited to repressions, against the active part ...

10-02-2014

Global Antisemitism: A Crisis of Modernity (2013)

Edited by Charles Asher Small  Director of the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP)  Koret Distinguished Scholar at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University  These volumes present a selection of the papers presented at ...

10-02-2014

The real goal of BDS: Delegitimizing Israel

The word 'delegitimization' is sanctimoniously omitted from the initials of BDS, but it is undeniably the foundation and the ultimate aim of this campaign. By Moshe Arens                              “Sticks and stones may break my bones but ...

09-02-2014

The boycott industry: Background information and analysis on BDS campaigns

The BDS (boycott, divestment, and sanctions) campaign against Israel began with the NGO Forum at the 2001 UN Durban Conference. At that forum, hundreds of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) adopted a strategy of using boycotts and other ...

Israel / 08-02-2014

Opinion: How to fight the war to delegitimize Israel

By Erez Weiner A new war has broken out in the Middle East.   But this war is not making headlines across the world. Instead, it is slowly expanding beyond the borders of the ...

05-02-2014

The oldest prejudice in modern garb

Dear Reader,  I am delighted to make available to you three articles on contemporary antisemitism from Fathom Journal.  Defining Antisemitism Down by the sociologist David Hirsh of Goldsmiths College, University of London, argues that when ...

Ukraine / 02-02-2014

Antisemitism as a weapon of political technology

By Vyacheslav Likhachev  Euro-Asian Jewish Congress, analytics  Translated by Uilleam Blacker  The Ukrainian political confrontation caused by the refusal of the government to take steps towards integration with the EU, and then the unprecedentedly cruel ...

30-01-2014

Antisemitism on International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Hatred of the Jews surges again  By Suzanne Fields  When the White House scribblers were putting the finishing touches on the State of the Union message, President Obama took a moment to commemorate memory. ...

28-01-2014

Antisemitism is an international threat once again

By Brendan Simms Nicolas Anelka’s controversial goal salute should alert us that prejudice against Jews is spreading worldwide  What do a major Palestinian political organisation, a French comedian of partly African descent, large sections ...

Turkey / 26-01-2014

Turkish sentiments regarding the Shoah

By Sinem Tezyapar   When people of reason and conscience look back on the subject of Shoah (otherwise known as the Holocaust) today, it is common to hear questions like: "How could a nation of ...

26-01-2014

It is essential for Muslims to remember the Nazi's atrocities and to commemorate the innocent losses

By Adnan Oktar   It is now a universally acknowledged fact that the Twentieth Century represents one of the darkest and bloodiest centuries in the history of humanity. The idea of Social Darwinism, the basics of ...

23-01-2014

Antisemitic salute not all in fun [Commentary]

A French comedian's bigoted routine finds followers among the selfie generationBy Abe Novick   First it was the Greek neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party that gave us a Bizarro swastika with its derivative logo. Now comes ...

France / 21-01-2014

Were Dieudonné's remarks inspired by "Mein Kampf"?

Were Dieudonné's remarks inspired by "Mein Kampf"?   By Samuel Binyamin   The row surrounding the nature of the remarks made by Dieudonné have once again shed light on the difficulty involved in identifying and defining ...

Canada / 19-01-2014

"Let's burn the Jew" is not antisemitic?

By Christine Williams The judge's ruling that it was not antisemitic for the fifteen-year-old to declare, "Let's burn the Jew" as he set fire to his classmate's hair is a disturbing case that reveals ...

France / 19-01-2014

Lessons from the Dieudonné affair

By Samuel Triganau  What are the lessons to be learned from the Dieudonné affair?  First and foremost, the realization that in France there exists deeply-rooted and widespread popular antisemitism. It is important to note in this ...

17-01-2014

The cowardly new antisemitism

By Victor Davis Hanson  An obscure academic organization called the American Studies Association not long ago voted to endorse a resolution calling for a boycott of Israeli universities. The self-appointed moralists were purportedly outraged ...