ANTISEMITISM MONITOR

The Antisemitism Monitor reports antisemitic incidents around the world by country and date on a weekly basis. This year’s incidents are below. View incidents from 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019 and 2018. See the country-by-country breakdown.

BY IRA N. FORMAN  |  2024

ANTISEMITISM MONITOR

The Antisemitism Monitor reports antisemitic incidents around the world by country and date on a weekly basis. This year’s incidents are below. View incidents from 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019 and 2018. See the country-by-country breakdown.

BY IRA N. FORMAN  |  2024

Founded in 2018, Moment’s Antisemitism Monitor is a carefully fact-checked website of antisemitic incidents around the world. It is curated by one of the world’s top antisemitism experts—Ira N. Forman, the former U.S. Special Envoy of the Office to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism, who now teaches at Georgetown University and is a senior fellow at the Washington, DC-based Moment Institute. At a time of rising antisemitism and the proliferation of disinformation, the Antisemitism Monitor is a critical resource used by government officials, Human Rights NGOs, the public, academics, students and the media, including The Wall Street Journal and the Times of Israel. “Understanding the different ways antisemitism manifests itself is absolutely essential if you’re going to learn to counter it,” says Forman.

Moment’s Antisemitism Monitor is unique because:

  • It is curated by experts, not algorithms.
  • It is updated on a weekly basis.
  • It provides thoughtful, balanced monthly findings and analysis.
  • It is based on credible news sources and news stories that do not have a strong ideological slant.
  • It illustrates the different nature of antisemitism in specific countries and regions.
  • It includes incidents that are not necessarily antisemitic in nature but that raise questions of antisemitism.
  • It is provided as a public service on a free, easy to use platform that is accessible to all.

April 2, United States: In Teaneck, New Jersey, pro-Palestinian demonstrators show up outside synagogue hosting a fundraiser for the nonprofit ZAKA, which (as prescribed by Jewish religious values) collects parts and blood for burial at sites of terrorist attacks.

April 1, United States: Dozens of students occupy a building at Smith College to demand school endowment be divested from holding companies deemed “weapons manufacturers and war profiters” linked to the IDF’s military campaign in Gaza.

April 1, United States: Ithaca College president rejects Students for Palestine (SJP) chapter demands that the school acknowledge the false charge that Israel is committing genocide, shuts down Hillel’s Birthright program and conducts an audit of gifts to the school from Israeli or Zionist corporations.

April 1, United States: Senator Merkley of Oregon criticized for condemning indiscriminate bombing of Gaza and linking it to Easter.

April 1, United States: A second Philadelphia-area synagogue, Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel, vandalized with graffiti.

April 1, United States: Sign posted outside a synagogue Beth Hillel/Beth El in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, vandalized with a swastika twice in a week.

March 31, United States: Comedian and podcaster, Joe Rogan, claims Israel is committing a small-scale Holocaust in Gaza.

March 30, Spain: In one Spanish town, “Kill Jews” cocktail is popular during Holy Week.

March 30, United Kingdom: Teacher’s union in UK accused of antisemitism.

March 29, United Kingdom: Top UK universities experienced a five-fold increase in antisemitic incidents since October 7.

March 29, Switzerland: Swiss city councilor in Bern condemned for calling Israelis “child killers” and for blaming Jews for rising antisemitism.

March 29, European Union: ISIS calls for “lone wolves” to carry out Ramadan massacres of Christians and Jews in Europe, Israel and the United States.

March 29, Netherlands: Utrecht rabbi assaulted in shopping center by attacker who alleged said the rabbi had no business in the shopping center “dressed as a Jew.”

March 28, United States: Popular video game has problem with antisemitic user names.

March 28, United States: Rutgers is latest school under GOP House of Representative investigation of antisemitism at American universities.

March 28, United States: Four Vanderbilt University students arrested for assault and vandalism as a result of their anti-Israel protests.

March 28, United States: Police investigate the defacing of multiple pro-Israel signs in Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh.

March 28, Canada: Toronto police charge suspect with antisemitic vandalism at multiple sites.

March 28, Netherlands: After fliers advertise a Jewish nurse’s address three women accost the nurse at her doorstep in Amsterdam and call her a “child murderer” because her daughter serves in the IDF.

March 27, Netherlands: Jewish singer, Lenny Kuhr’s, concert interrupted by pro-Palestinian protestors who accused her and her Israeli children of being complicit in genocide, yet two of 15 political factions in the lower house of the Netherlands parliament refuse to sign statement condemning this incident as antisemitic.

March 27, United States: Decatur, Georgia, Jewish Center discover window smashed by a rock.

March 27, United States: Baltimore Jewish students on their way to synagogue mugged by gang.

March 27, United States: Imam whom pro-Israel Congressman Allred Colin praised in 2019 has extensive history of extreme anti-Israel comments.

March 27, United States: Columbia University is investigating Resistance 101 event where speakers supported Hamas and October 7 pogrom is justified.

March 27, United States: NY Jets star Sauce Gardner claims he had good intentions when he said Jews “run the world.”

March 27, United States: Vanderbilt suspends anti-Zionist, student protestors who took over a university building.

March 27, United States: Anti-Israel protestors call Jews “Zionist pigs,” intimidate a Holocaust survivor and charge Berkley City Council members with being bought by the Jewish community during a council meeting where an item on marking Holocaust Remembrance Day and educational programs around the commemoration was discussed.

March 27, United States: Lacey, Washington, Equity Commission’s meeting is subjected to racist and antisemitic speech.

March 26, United States: Teachers and parents allege Massachusetts Teacher Association’s webinar includes antisemitic messages.

March 26, United States: University of Michigan student posts death threat to every supporter of the Zionist state yet it appears as if the university has taken no action against this student.

March 26, United States: ADL finds 30 percent rise in antisemitic, white supremacist propaganda in 2023.

March 26, United States: Two girls at an Old Greenwich School in Connecticut etched swastika into school walkway.

March 25, United Kingdom: UK border police called out for antisemitism after they detained and interrogated two survivors of the October 7 Nova massacre who were to address the Manchester Jewish community to “make sure you were not going to do what you are doing in Gaza over there.”

March 25, United States: Residents in Colerain Township in Ohio concerned when their neighbor put up a Nazi flag.

March 25, United States: Three students at southern Maryland middle school charged with antisemitic hate-crimes.

March 25, United States: Antisemitic fans threaten to boycott the James Bond movie franchise if the next 007 is Jewish.

March 25, Israel: Al Jazeera deletes video that claimed a woman was raped by an IDF soldier in Gaza Al-Shifa raid after investigation found it to be a false allegation.

March 22, United States: Cartoon using an antisemitic depiction of head of the Rochester, New York, Jewish Federation and the Jewish majority leader of the county legislature sent out in a mass mailing.

March 22, United States: Queens College Hillel calls out graffiti on buildings including “You better start hiding, Jews” and “Hitler, please come back. Teach Jews a lesson.”

March 22, United States: Candace Owens fired from The Daily Wire after months of accusing the Israeli government of genocide and talking about a “small ring” of Jews in Hollywood and DC involved in something “quite sinister.”

March 22, Italy: University of Turin suspending collaboration agreement with Israeli universities and research institutes after student protests.

March 21, Scotland: Scottish MP says Israeli claims that Hamas hostages were subject to sexual abuse are lies.

March 21, United States: According to the Pew Research Center, a majority of Americans believe that Israel’s reasons for fighting Hamas are valid while only 38 percent agreed that Israel’s conduct was acceptable.

March 21, United States: Ellensburg, Washington, city council public comment meeting crashed by neo-Nazi comments targeting Blacks, Hispanics, immigrants and Jews.

March 21, United States: Portsmouth, New Hampshire, teen pays fine and is sentenced to community service for racist, homophobic and antisemitic vandalism.

March 21, United Kingdom: Police investigating for hate crime after a suspected arsonist of a house in the London bureau of Hackney makes antisemitic comments upon his arrest.

March 21, United Kingdom: Family of nine-year-old Jewish child with a blood disorder and wearing a kippah claims he was forced out of bed and made to sit on the floor to receive a blood transfusion by a nurse wearing pro-Palestinian badges.

March 20, United Kingdom: One in twenty Brits say Jews should be expelled from the Middle East.

March 20, Australia: Baptist church in Queensland charged with antisemitism after it publishes antisemitic cartoon.

March 20, France: Hate crimes surge in France after October 7.

March 20, United States: Maine father and son alleged to have vandalized road signs and streets with antisemitic words (including “gas Jews”) and symbols.

March 20, United States: Police in Newton, Massachusetts, investigating seven instances of vandalism directed at homes with signs supporting Israel.

March 20, United States: Israeli and Jewish artists face boycotts and cancellations at shows in the United States.

March 20, United States: Harvard Law School student group hosts conference that will feature a conversation with Ryna Workman, former president of NYU Law student government who was sacked after blaming Israel for Hamas attack on October 7.

March 20, Canada: Playhouse Theatre is “postponing” its hosting of the Hamilton Jewish Film Festival in response to security threats because some Israeli films were to be shown.

March 20, Canada: Montreal paper criticized for running an antisemitic cartoon depicting Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu as a vampire.

March 19, Scotland: The family of Scotland’s First Minister, Humza Yousaf, removed images of Palestinian flag covering a map of Israel displayed from the windows of their family business.

March 19, United States: Antisemitic “zoom-bombing” of Concord, Massachusetts, town meeting.

March 19, United States: Tufts University Professor Eitan Hersh discusses the surveys he has taken before and subsequent to October 7 of both Jewish and non-Jewish students on American college campuses.

March 19, United States: Orthodox men identifiable by their clothes were hit by objects thrown from a car in Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

March 18, Canada: Bank ATM machine in Ottawa defaced with swastikas.

March 18, Canada: Rise in hate crimes and antisemitic incidents surged in Toronto since October 7.

March 18, United Kingdom: BBC is called out for ongoing anti-Israel bias.

March 18, United States: Hillel at University of Texas, Austin, vandalized with antisemitic graffiti.

March 18, United States: Jewish business in Narberth, Pennsylvania, vandalized with “Free Gaza” graffiti.

March 18, United States: Antisemitic banner reading “Save Ireland from the Jews” in Cincinnati.

March 18, United States: Upper West Side, Manhattan, kosher cafe is vandalized with pro-Palestinian graffiti.

March 18, United States: Arsonist with “kill rabbi” tattoo sentenced to decades in prison for burning rabbi’s home.

March 18, United States: Donald Trump says any Jew who votes Democratic “hates their religion” and hates Israel.

March 15, Chile: Fans of Chilean soccer team founded by Palestinians are ejected from prestigious match for accusing Israel of genocide.

March 15, United Kingdom: Far right extremist jailed for posting pictures, videos and comments about the extermination of Jews and non-white people.

March 15, United States: Antisemitic and racist graffiti found at Huguenot Academy of New Rochelle, New York, high school.

March 15, Belgium: Report on rising antisemitism in Belgium resulting in large increase in antisemitic incidents and Belgian Jews considering emigration.

March 14, United States: Pro-Palestinian protesters trying to block people lining up at a theatre for Chicago screening of Nova festival pogrom assault man carrying a small Israeli flag.

March 14, United States: Column detailing antisemitic harassment of Jews at MIT and Harvard.

March 14, France: Holocaust memorial in Paris suburb vandalized with pellet gun.

March 13, United States: The U.S. wing of Hizb Ut Tahrir, an Islamist organization that support Islamic theocracy and is banned in the UK and Germany, features speakers who invoke conspiracy theories about Jews and Israel as well as denies atrocities on October 7.

March 13, United States: Antisemitic graffiti in Highland Park, Illinois.

March 13, United States: Ride-share driver charged with hate crime for punching rider at San Francisco International Airport after asking him if he was Jewish or Israeli.

March 13, United States: New civil rights complaint against Sarah Lawrence College (SLC) contends that at SLC it is “safe to be Jewish as long as you are openly anti-Israel.”

March 13, United Kingdom: Neo-Nazi entered law firm in Harrow (town in greater London) threatening to kill a solicitor and spouting racist and antisemitic language.

March 13, France: President Macron led an outcry in France over a group of pro-Hamas students who blockaded a lecture hall at Sciences Po, preventing Jewish students from entering the space.

March 13, Israel: Hebrew University professor suspended after calling for the abolishment of Zionism and disputing accounts of sexual violence and other atrocities on October 7.

March 13, Austria: Record number of antisemitic incidents in Austria since October 7 Hamas pogrom.

March 12, Ireland: Jewish former cabinet minister discusses the astonishing degree of anti-Zionism and antisemitism in today’s Irish Republic.

March 12, Austria: Terrorist suspects arrested in Bosnia and Austria in December had pictures of Jewish and Israeli targets on their cellphones.

March 12, Canada: Vancouver police claim a man defaced Israeli hostage poster with antisemitic graffiti and made threats against Jews.

March 12, United States: Former President Trump’s Chief of Staff, General John Kelly, accuses Trump of expressing some praise of Hitler.

March 12, United States: U.S. literary magazine Guernica retracts article written by an Israeli supporter of coexistence when a number of staff of the magazine resign.

March 12, United States: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, man accused of distributing antisemitic material faces seven counts of communicating obscene messages and seven counts of littering.

March 12, United States: Man accused of terrorizing Temple Beth Israel in Eugene, Oregon, over five months is found by judge too dangerous to release.

March 12, Finland: European authorities warn of new terrorist threat, often targeting Jews, coming from extremist sources including Iran and its proxies—Hamas, Hezbollah.

March 12, Switzerland: Antisemitic incidents in Switzerland nearly triples between 2022 and 2023.

March 11, United States: Hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists demonstrated outside a Teaneck, New Jersey, Orthodox synagogue where 35 Israeli real estate agents made a pitch for buying a home in Israel.

March 11, United States: Fifteen-year-old Jewish girl punched in head by unknown assailant in Crown Heights.

March 11, United States: Three large red swastikas, a graphic threatening a school shooting and racist graffiti found in bathroom of college prep school in Manhattan.

March 11, United States: UC Berkeley professor stages “sleep-in” in his small campus office and vows to continue until university officials take action against antisemitism.

March 11, Italy: Italian police arrest three Palestinian men on charges of plotting terrorist attack against Jewish target.

March 11, Saudi Arabia: Saudi government officials tell Rabbi Abraham Cooper, co-chair of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, to remove his kippah while in public in Saudi Arabia.

March 10, Canada: Toronto man vandalizes menorah light fixture.

March 10, United States: Police arrest Jordanian man for antisemitic threats against Orthodox Jews.

March 10, United States: Despite vandalism and demonstrations, a prestigious gallery in New York goes ahead with an exhibition of an Israeli artist.

March 9, United States: Man arrested for assaulting and threatening Jews with sharp object in Sunny Iles Beach, Florida.

March 9, Peru: Peruvian police arrest an Iranian and a Peruvian national for plotting to kill an Israeli at Asian-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum.

March 8, Spain: Spanish police make arrest in plot to attack Jewish synagogue in Melilla, Spain.

March 8, United States: Man tries to burn Israeli and American flags outside of kosher restaurant near Yeshiva University in NYC.

March 8, United States: White supremacists’ efforts targeting Jews has risen dramatically since October 7.

March 8, United States: Israeli Columbia University professor who has been outspoken against campus antisemitism says that the university has opened an investigation by Columbia’s office which deals with allegations of harassment and discrimination.

March 8, United States: Matisyahu concert has been canceled for the third time because of threats from pro-Palestinian protests.

March 8, United States: Columbia professors accused of  pro-Palestinian indoctrination of their students.

March 8, United Kingdom: Woman associated with the group Palestine Action slashed and spray painted a painting in Trinity College of Cambridge University, of Arthur Balfour, author of the Balfour Declaration who, as UK Foreign Minister in 1917, authored a letter stating Britain’s support “for the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people.”

March 8, United Kingdom: According to UK government’s counter-extremism commissioner London has become a “no-go zone for Jews” on weekends because of intimidation by protesters.

March 7, United States: Jewish owned bagel shop spray painted with the words “Israel baby killer.”

March 7, United States: Jewish leaders at Yale University denounce upcoming conference being hosted by Yale Women’s Center for “exclusion of Jewish women’s voices and its libelous portrayal of Israel and Israelis.”

March 7, United States: Jewish interim CEO of prestigious arts center in San Francisco resigns as “a direct result” of antisemitism directed her in the wake of protest by pro-Palestinian artists.

March 7, United States: Texas Tech suspends professor for posting material described as “hateful, antisemitic, and unacceptable” and explained that Hamas’ October 7 attack was an example of “self-determination” and “justice.”

March 7, United States: Coffee shop on Manhattan’s upper east side has been the target of  a number of antisemitic incidents since October 7.

March 7, Australia: Northern Territory Greens drop candidate for Araluen after sharing a post suggesting the government is owned by Zionists.

March 7, Russia: Russian governments says it prevented an attack against a Moscow synagogue by ISIS terrorist.

March 6, United States: Salt Lake City, Utah, bar owner posts on Instagram announcing “NO ZIONISTS ALLOWED.”

March 6, United States: ADL alleges that Jewish students were told they smelled and were spat on at the student senate meeting.

March 6, United States: For the second time in two weeks antisemites disrupt Walnut Creek, California, city council meeting.

March 5, Moldova: Poll in Moldova finds nearly half of the citizens say they don’t like Jews.

March 5, Italy: Italian soccer fan arrested in Germany for Nazi salute while 100 Italian fans sang fascist songs in the beer hall where Hitler founded the Nazi party.

March 5, United Kingdom: Newly elected MP George Galloway compares Israel’s military operation in Gaza to Nazi actions during the Holocaust.

March 5, United Kingdom: UK Foreign Office holds seminar directly contradicts UK foreign policy, teaching that Hamas is not a terrorist organization and calls Israel a “white, settler colonial nation.”

March 5, United Kingdom: Jewish professional soccer player in UK warns of rising antisemitism among fans.

March 5, United States: Columbia University task force on antisemitism confirmed in a report claims by Jewish students that they have faced antisemitism on campus.

March 5, United States: Instagram page “Dear White Staffers” started out as a popular platform supporting Hill works but after October 7 a staffer allegedly employed by Rep. Summer Lee (D-PA) has turned it into an anti-Israel (and many claim an antisemitic) platform accusing Israel of genocide.

March 5, United States: Jewish student at SUNY Binghamton who defended Israel on campus is harassed online with taunts such “We tried our best to put you in Auschwitz” and “History will judge Hitler as a hero.”

March 4, France: France moves to strip citizenship from antisemitic, pro-Russian activist.

March 4, Australia: Renowned Israeli trauma doctor is dropped from a conference program in Australia after threats from Hamas supporters.

March 4, Israel: UN report finds Hamas likely committed mass acts of gang-rape and torture against women during its massacre across southern Israel on Oct. 7 and may still be abusing women hostages in Gaza.

March 4, Israel: UN Report finds allegations of Hamas sexual violence “clear and convincing.”

March 4, Israel: UN report finds “clear and convincing” allegation of Hamas sexual violence on October 7 as well as ongoing evidence of sexual violence against hostages held by Hamas in Gaza.

March 4, Israel: Renowned Israeli trauma doctor is dropped from a conference program in Australia after threats from Hamas supporters.

March 4, United Kingdom: Jewish actress, Tracy-Ann Oberman, who has campaigned against antisemitism, was advised to not leave a London theater due to possible threat to her safety from pro-Palestinian protesters.

March 4, United States: Georgia Congressman, Mike Collins, say his reposting of an antisemitic post with a comment of approval was misunderstood.

March 4, United States: Calls for murder of Jewish dentist, Benjamin Harouni, in California to be investigated for evidence his killing was a hate crime tied to his religion and the conflict in Gaza.

March 4, United States: Swastika drawn on classroom wall at New York City College.

March 4, United States: Woman’s National Democratic Club hosts speech by a writer, Max Blumenthal, who has a history of exposing debunked conspiracy theories and falsehoods about October 7 Hamas attack on Israeli citizens.

March 3, Switzerland: Orthodox man stabbed in Zurich by 15-year-old shouting “death to the Jews” is in critical condition.

March 3, France: Assailant physically and verbally attacked a man wearing a kippah leaving a Paris synagogue.

March 3, United States: Criticism and calls for a Sheepshead Bay High School interim principal and NYC education chancellor to resign after high school staff call out numerous incidents of antisemitism since October 7.

March 2, United Kingdom: Jews verbally harassed with vile antisemitic language on train after march against antisemitism.

March 2, United Kingdom: Jewish man verbally attacked on London underground.

March 2, United States: Bags of antisemitic flyers found on driveways in Fresno, California.

March 2, United States: Student protestors at Hunter College in NYC demand Jewish students “pick a side.”

March 2, United States: Famous Wall Street bull statue is vandalized by pro-Palestinian protesters with graffiti reading “Death to Israel” and “Free Palestine.”

March 1, United States: MIT accused of ignoring acts of antisemitism perpetrated by some faculty members and students.

March 1, United States: Jewish students from nine universities who appeared at a House Committee on Education and the Workforce’s roundtable on campus antisemitism decry the failures of their universities to address antisemitism.

March 1, United States: University antisemitism task forces have resulted in lots of talk but so far little action.

February 29, United States: For the third time in the last four months swastika found in bathroom of the hockey and basketball arena on the York Hill Campus of Quinnipiac University.

February 29, United States: Antisemitic flyers found on car windshields in Bucktown neighborhood of Chicago.

February 29, United States: Twenty-four percent of Americans express extensive antisemitic attitudes— up from 20% in 2022.

February 29, United States: Topeka, Kansas, synagogue driveway vandalized with pro-Palestinian graffiti.

February 29, Canada: University of British Columbia Student Union rejects, on technical grounds, vote to force Hillel off campus.

February 28, Tunisia: Mob attack abandoned synagogue in the city of Sfax, Tunisia.

February 28, Canada: Jewish student at OCAD University in Ontario is target of antisemitic graffiti which included death threats.

February 28, China: Popular voice over Chinese actor posts antisemitic messages on social media.

February 28, United States: ADL and Brandeis Center file Title VI complaint against Berkeley Unified School District for failing to take action against persistent bullying and harassment of Jewish students by peers and teachers.

February 28, United States: Police looking for man who accosted a 13-year-old boy in Borough Park with antisemitic remarks and spat in the boy’s face.

February 27, Brazil: Singer Charlotte Church denies that singing from the River to the Sea is anything but a human rights song and has nothing to do with the eradication of Israel.

February 27, Australia: Australian police arrest prominent Hamas supporter, Laura Allam, who is charged with kidnapping, armed robbery, illegal detention, assault and battery of a man who worked for a Jewish employer.

February 27, United States: Respected historian Benny Morris criticizes The New York Times article for factual errors and misleading judgements leading to a distorted description of Israel’s 1948 War of Independence.

February 27, United States: At annual Saviours’ Day conference Nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan, resorts to his traditional conspiracy theories of Jewish control and further claims Netanyahu had advance knowledge of October 7 and that the Israeli Prime Minister has a vision for Israel to conquer the entire Middle East.

February 27, United States: Students at El Camino Real Charter High School in Los Angeles walk out over school administration’s failure to address incidents of alleged antisemitism.

February 27, United States: Pro-Palestinian activist harass and spit on Jewish students, break windows and shut down event hosting an Israeli speaker at UC Berkeley.

February 27, United States: UC Santa Barbara student body president targeted with antisemitic signs at university’s multicultural center.

February 26, Norway: Oslo rabbi says antisemitism in Norway at highest levels since World War II.

February 26, Germany: German officials to investigate accusations that statements regarding Israel’s assault on Gaza by some of the winners at the Berlin Film Festival were not only one-sided but antisemitic.

February 26, Germany: Organizers of Berlin Film Festival bring charges against hackers who defaced with perceived antisemitic material the festival’s Instagram account.

February 26, Canada: Several mixed-use buildings in the Parkdale neighborhood of Toronto vandalized with antisemitic symbols.

February 26, United States: Pennsylvania Congresswoman, Summer Lee, scheduled to give remarks at a fundraiser for the Muslim advocacy group, CAIR, alongside a number of other speaker who have made antisemitic or homophobic remarks.

February 26, United States: Emory Village, Georgia, bakery receives vicious antisemitic postcard featuring Anne Frank at Auschwitz.

February 26, United States: Stanwood, Washington, city council suspends online public comment period after antisemitic incident.

February 26, United States: Los Angeles teachers union cancels their campaign for school board candidate who promoted antisemitic book as well as defending Hamas and the antisemitic rhetoric of Kyrie Irving and Kanye West.

February 24, United Kingdom: Labour councillor suspended by party after posting attacks against “Jewish-owned” social media outlets.

February 24, United Kingdom: BBC accused of allowing its Arabic channel to broadcast posts by social media users who praised Hitler and promoted conspiracy theories about Jews.

February 24, United States: Nazi mingle at CPAC Conference spreading antisemitic conspiracy theories.

February 23, France: French prosecutors believe Russia’s security service, FSB, is behind campaign to vandalize buildings around Paris with Stars of David.

February 23, United Kingdom: Apprentice star, Dr. Asif Munaf, suspended from UK’s medical register after being fired from Apprentice for such antisemitic remarks as calling Zionism a “godless, satanic cult” and claiming the “Zionist lobby” was engaged in genocide and that the UK institution that regulates doctors was a pawn of the Zionist lobby.

February 23, United Kingdom: Parliamentary debate over cease fire in Gaza includes charges that Islamic and extreme left-wing elements threatened some Labour MPs with violence if they did not support cease fire resolution.

February 23, United Kingdom: Rapper, Wiley, stripped of MBE (The Most excellent Order of the British Empire) after a series of antisemitic social media posts beginning in 2020.

February 23, United States: Columbia University sued for not responding to dozens of antisemitic incidents after October 7.

February 23, United States: UCLA student government passes BDS resolution while also accusing Israel of genocide.

February 23, United States: Speakers deliver vile antisemitic remarks at Evanston, Illinois, council meeting.

February 22, Denmark: Antisemitism since October has reached levels not seen since World War II.

February 22, Israel: UN’s Special Rapporteur to the Occupied Palestinian Territories refers to Israelis as “colonialists” who have “fake identities” by reposting the remarks of another Israel critic.

February 22, United States: Jewish country club in West Bloomfield, Michigan, vandalized with antisemitic and threatening graffiti.

February 21, France: Long-time Jewish journalist, Ruth Elkrief, needs security protection after far-left, antisemitic politician Jean Luc Melenchon, charged her with hatred against Muslims.

February 21, Israel: Hillel International tells Israeli Knesset committee that there have been 44 physical antisemitic attacks against Jewish college students since October 7— more than in the previous 10 years combined.

February 21, Israel: Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel issue report submitted to UN which outlines Hamas’ “systematic, deliberate sexual violence against Israelis on October 7.

February 21, United Kingdom: Community Security Trust (CST) reports more antisemitic incidents in2023 than any year since reporting began in 1984.

February 21, United States: Journalist arrested after threatening to kill Jews, Zionists and federal workers.

February 21, United States: “Threatening, anti-Israel messaging” found on walkway on William & Mary campus.

February 21, United States: Neo-Nazi spews antisemitic rhetoric at Walnut Creek, California, city council meeting.

February 21, United States: Antisemitic flyers stuffed inside a small lending library in Indianapolis.

February 20, Canada: Pro-Palestinian protest outside Toronto’s Mt. Sinai hospital characterized as antisemitic by politicians and hospital administrators but protest demonstrators disagree.

February 20, United Kingdom: North Yorkshire police arrest a woman for sharing antisemitic social media posts.

February 20, United Kingdom: Statue of singer Amy Winehouse is defaced by a Palestinian sticker placed over a Star of David necklace.

February 20, United Kingdom: Jewish couple in London received their six-month-old daughter’s birth certificate partially torn (rendering it useless) and the father’s birthplace, “Israel,” scratched out.

February 20, United States: Journalist who reported on a neo-Nazi group, 2019 Blood and Soil Crew, and subsequently five members of the group shows up outside his home.

February 20, United States: Neo-Nazis march with swastika flags in downtown Nashville, Tennessee.

February 20, United States: ADL finds dramatic rise in antisemitic and anti-Muslim incidents since October 7.

February 20, United States: Harvard investigates social media posts containing antisemitic images posted by two pro-Palestinian student groups.

February 20, Israel: Israel denies as “despicable and  unfounded” allegations made by the Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights that Israeli forces raped, abducted and conducted extrajudicial killings of Palestinian women in Gaza.

February 19, Australia: Anti-doxing legislation proposed after incidents with Jewish creatives, development project could be canceled because of potential threats to Brisbane’s oldest synagogue.

February 18, Brazil: Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, President of Brazil, says Israel is committing genocide and compares Israeli actions in Gaza to Nazis.

February 18, United Kingdom: London police secure theatre after Jewish actress receives antisemitic threats.

February 18, United States: Remote, antisemitic speakers take over Lakewood, Colorado city council meeting.

February 18, United States: Chicago police investigate antisemitic graffiti in Logan Square neighborhood.

February 18, United States: Jewish man in Lauderhill, Florida is physically assaulted and accosted with antisemitic slurs upon leaving synagogue.

February 18, United States: Carmel, Indiana police open investigation after swastika is drawn in the snow outside Jewish family home.

February 17, United Kingdom: Labour Party, overwhelming favorite to defeat the Conservatives this fall, faces difficulty with anti-Israel candidates (including antisemitic candidate and former Labourite, George Galloway) and loss of Muslim votes.

February 17, United States: Jewish rapper harassed with antisemitic rhetoric when trying to start a dialogue at a pro-Palestinian rally at Columbia University.

February 17, United States: Hillel-sponsored survey finds majority of Jewish college students are not satisfied with university leadership response to antisemitism.

February 16, Canada: Toronto man makes antisemitic threats to student near a school in North York.

February 16, Canada: Second youth in Ottawa charged with conspiring to carry out an anti-Jewish terror plot.

February 16, Spain: Israeli film festival has to find a new venue in Barcelona because of harassment by anti-Israel activists.

February 16, United Kingdom: UK government to appoint a tsar to deal with antisemitism on campus after death threats against Jewish students and University of Leeds University’s, Jewish chaplain.

February 16, United States: The NGO, StandWithUs, calls on a school district north of Seattle to investigate a lesson in a second-grade class that allegedly “included misinformation, glorification of anti-Israel rhetoric and antisemitic bias…”

February 16, United States: World-wide antisemitism is up nearly 60% in 2023 over 2022 according to the NGO, Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM).

February 16, United States: Charges of antisemitism on Stanford University campus include harassment and physical threats against Jewish students.

February 16, United States: Driving instructor wearing a kippah in Staten Island is assaulted with a metal baseball bat because he is Jewish.

February 16, United States: A New Haven pro-Palestinian city employee who marched down a residential street and stood in front of a rabbi’s house shouting slogans through bull horn strongly implies Jews see Judaism as a superior religion and on social media refers to Jewish bosses lining employee pockets, and stated she is “sick of Jew focused ads” during Super Bowl coverage.

February 16, United States: Northern California judge under investigation for antisemitism and ethical violations.

February 16, United States: Free Speech principles weaponized at Princeton by University administrators serving “No Contact” orders against student journalists who have reported on pro-Palestinian rallies.

February 16, United States: Two Matisyahu concerts cancelled after outcry from pro-Palestinian protesters.

February 15, Canada: Prominent woman cyclist is disinvited from giving keynote Ottawa International Women’s Day speech because of her past IDF service.

February 15, France: Man investigated for attempted murder after making antisemitic remarks and stabbing a 35-year-old Jewish six times.

February 15, Israel: The full board of Democrats Abroad in Israel has resigned from leadership positions in the international organization of Democrats Abroad over “the hostile environment…against Jews…and…American Jews living in Israel in particular.”

February 15, Israel: Israel strongly criticizes a top UN official who was quoted as saying Hamas is “not a terrorist group for us.”

February 15, Italy: Racist event harasses dinners at restaurant in a Jewish neighborhood and includes statements mocking Anne Frank and hailing Hitler.

February 15, United Kingdom: BBC eliminates contestant from Apprentice spin-off over charges of antisemitism on his social media account.

February 15, United States: Why educated Americans (like Harvard students and faculty) often fall for antisemitic lies.

February 15, United States: February 15: The full board of Democrats Abroad in Israel has resigned from leadership positions in the international organization of Democrats Abroad over “the hostile environment…against Jews…and…American Jews living in Israel in particular.”

February 15, United States: AJC releases report on State of Antisemitism in America in 2023. 

February 14, United Kingdom: Antisemitic incidents reached a record high in 2023.

February 14, United States: A GOP candidate for a U.S. Senate seat from Nevada uses antisemitic conspiracy language at campaign events.

February 14, United States: Teen harassed with antisemitic language and spat upon in Borough Park, Brooklyn incident. 

February 13, Canada: Jewish, Canadian provincial minister is fired, her constituency office is vandalized, and gets death threats after calling pre-state Israel a “crappy piece of land.”

February 13, United States: President of MIT suspends the anti-Israel, student group, the Coalition Against Apartheid for violating university rules on demonstrations. 

February 13, United States: Indiana man arrested for threatening to kill Jews and government officials who support Israel in its war with Hamas.

February 13, United States: Laguna Beach, California city council Zoom session bombed by racist, homophobic and antisemitic language.

February 13, United States: Woman who shot up Houston church left antisemitic writings at the scene.

February 12, United States: Meta removes Instagram account of the most prominent pro-Palestinian group in NYC, Within Our Lifetime,  over its support for Hamas and the October 7 massacre.

February 12, United States: Jewish Member of Congress NYC office vandalized for second time by pro-Palestinian activist.

antisemitism monitor

Ira N. Forman is a senior fellow at the Moment Institute and a senior fellow at Georgetown University’s Center for Jewish Civilization. He is the former U.S. Special Envoy of the Office to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism. He also serves as the senior advisor for combating antisemitism at Human Rights First.

antisemitism Afghanistan Afghanistan

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


antisemitism AlbaniaAlbania

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.

 

antisemitism algeriaAlgeria

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.

antisemitism Argentina

Argentina  

January 3: Three arrested from Lebanon and Syria for plotting to attack Pan American Maccabi Games in Buenos Aires.


Armenia

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


 

antisemitism AustraliaAustralia

March 20: Baptist church in Queensland charged with antisemitism after it publishes antisemitic cartoon.

March 7: Northern Territory Greens drop candidate for Araluen after sharing a post suggesting the government is owned by Zionists.

March 4: Renowned Israeli trauma doctor is dropped from a conference program in Australia after threats from Hamas supporters

February 27: Australian police arrest prominent Hamas supporter, Laura Allam, who is charged with kidnapping, armed robbery, illegal detention, assault and battery of a man who worked for a Jewish employer.

February 19: Anti-doxing legislation proposed after incidents with Jewish creatives, development project could be canceled because of potential threats to Brisbane’s oldest synagogue.

February 8: Australian Greens party member and New South Wales legislator, Jenny Leong,  apologizes for remarks made referring to Jewish and Zionist lobbying groups extending their “tentacles” into areas of power but still maintains Israel is an apartheid regime committing genocide.

February 5: Australia prepared to outlaw doxing after group of Jewish academics and creatives leaders had their personal information leaked by pro-Palestinian activists which resulted in harassment.

February 2: Controversy over whether certain chants at pro-Palestinian rally at Sydney Opera House in the days right after October 7 were antisemitic.

January 8: Australian government bans public performance of Nazi salutes and public displays of swastikas amid rise in antisemitism.

January 2: Sydney Australia Imam delivers sermon saying Jews are bloodthirsty, treacherous monsters.


Austria

March 13: Record number of antisemitic incidents in Austria since October 7 Hamas pogrom.

March 12: Terrorist suspects arrested in Bosnia and Austria in December had pictures of Jewish and Israeli targets on their cellphones.


Azerbaijan

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Bahrain

No incidents yet reported for 2023. View last year’s list here.


Belarus

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Belgium 

March 15: Report on rising antisemitism in Belgium resulting in large increase in antisemitic incidents and Belgian Jews considering emigration.

January 25: Antisemitic acts in Belgium between October 7 and December 7 rose from 57 in 2022 to 91 in 2023.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

March 12: Terrorist suspects arrested in Bosnia and Austria in December had pictures of Jewish and Israeli targets on their cellphones.


Brazil

February 27: Singer Charlotte Church denies that singing from the River to the Sea is anything but a human rights song and has nothing to do with the eradication of Israel.

February 18: Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, President of Brazil, says Israel is committing genocide and compares Israeli actions in Gaza to Nazis.

January 24: Leading figure in the party of Brazil’s president calls for boycott of Israel and expresses interest in boycott of companies owned by Jews.


Bulgaria

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here


Canada

March 28: Toronto police charge suspect with antisemitic vandalism at multiple sites.

March 20: Playhouse Theatre is “postponing” its hosting of the Hamilton Jewish Film Festival in response to security threats because some Israeli films were to be shown.

March 20: Montreal paper criticized for running an antisemitic cartoon depicting Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu as a vampire.

March 18: Bank ATM machine in Ottawa defaced with swastikas.

March 18: Rise in hate crimes and antisemitic incidents surged in Toronto since October 7.

March 12: Vancouver police claim a man defaced Israeli hostage poster with antisemitic graffiti and made threats against Jews.

March 10: Toronto man vandalizes menorah light fixture.

February 29: University of British Columbia Student Union rejects, on technical grounds, vote to force Hillel off campus.

February 28: Jewish student at OCAD University in Ontario is target of antisemitic graffiti which included death threats.

February 26: Several mixed-use buildings in the Parkdale neighborhood of Toronto vandalized with antisemitic symbols.

February 22: Pro-Palestinian protesters block Bronfman Building at McGill University deny entry to students and charge Israel with genocide.

February 20: Pro-Palestinian protest outside Toronto’s Mt. Sinai hospital characterized as antisemitic by politicians and hospital administrators but protest demonstrators disagree.

February 20: Overview of the explosion of antisemitic incidents in Canada since October 7.

February 16: Toronto man makes antisemitic threats to student near a school in North York.

February 16: Second youth in Ottawa charged with conspiring to carry out an anti-Jewish terror plot.

February 15: Prominent woman cyclist is disinvited from giving keynote Ottawa International Women’s Day speech because of her past IDF service.

February 13: Jewish, Canadian provincial minister is fired, her constituency office is vandalized, and gets death threats after calling pre-state Israel a “crappy piece of land.”

January 30: Employee Union at York University tells it teachers to condemn Israel and charges Israel with genocidal violence.

January 29: Toronto police arrest suspect who is alleged to have vandalized a Jewish school.

January 27: Synagogue in Fredericton, New Brunswick, is vandalized.

January 21: The Jewish community of Toronto which includes one half of the countries 400,000 Jews is shocked and dismayed by the wave of antisemitism since October 7.

January 20: Young Canadians unlike almost all other segments of the Canadian population, as well as reports of hate incidents against both groups,  think rising anti-Muslim sentiment is much greater than rising antisemitism.

January 17: At a press conference, Vancouver Police announce hate crime statistics including large increase in antisemitic hate crimes in the 100 days after October 7.

January 11: Protester at pro-Palestinian rally in Toronto neighborhood is arrested on a hate crime charge for carrying a terrorist flag.

January 9: Police arrest a suspect in Vaughn, Ontario, after he allegedly assaulted four young men walking home from synagogue.

January 9: An average of one antisemitic related incident a day in Victoria, British Columbia, since October 7.

January 5: Ottawa man charged for spray painting swastikas and other hate graffiti at several locations.

January 3: Fire and pro-Palestinian graffiti at Jewish owned business in Toronto is being investigated as a hate crime.

January 3: Doctor at University of British Columbia resigns over what he describes as antisemitism and workplace toxicity.


Chile

March 15: Fans of Chilean soccer team founded by Palestinians are ejected from prestigious match for accusing Israel of genocide.

January 4: Chilean mayor says Judaism is a supremacist religion and compares it to Nazism.


China

February 28: Popular voice over Chinese actor posts antisemitic messages on social media.


Colombia

January 2: Columbian president accuses Israel of genocide in Gaza.


Croatia

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here


Cyprus

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.



Czech Republic

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Denmark

February 22: Antisemitism since October has reached levels not seen since World War II.

January 12: Danish police arrest seven suspects in December who were allegedly involved in a terrorist plot linked to Hamas.


Egypt

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here


Eritrea

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Estonia

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Ethiopia

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.



European Union (EU)

March 29: ISIS calls for “lone wolves” to carry out Ramadan massacres of Christians and Jews in Europe, Israel and the United States.


Finland

March 12: European authorities warn of new terrorist threat, often targeting Jews, coming from extremist sources including Iran and its proxies—Hamas, Hezbollah.


France

March 20: Hate crimes surge in France after October 7.

March 14: Holocaust memorial in Paris suburb vandalized with pellet gun.

March 13: President Macron led an outcry in France over a group of pro-Hamas student who blockaded a lecture hall at Sciences Po, preventing Jewish students from entering the space.

March 4: France moves to strip citizenship from antisemitic, pro-Russian activist.

March 3: Assailant physically and verbally attacked a man wearing a kippah leaving a Paris synagogue.

February 23: French prosecutors believe Russia’s security service, FSB, is behind campaign to vandalize buildings around Paris with Stars of David.

February 21: Long-time Jewish journalist, Ruth Elkrief, needs security protection after far-left, antisemitic politician Jean Luc Melenchon, charged her with hatred against Muslims.

February 15: Man investigated for attempted murder after making antisemitic remarks and stabbing a 35-year-old Jewish six times.

February 12: Israel imposes visa ban on  United Nations special rapporteur for the occupied Palestinian territories after she disagreed with President Macron and said the killing of Israelis on October 7 was not because of antisemitism but because of Israeli occupation.

February 4: Holocaust denier extradited to France from Scotland to face charges.

February 3: Young Hamas activist in row with TV personality over her defended Hamas’ October 7 atrocities was Israel’s and stated that the Jewish state has no right to defend itself.

February 2: Three Jewish men (two of whom are students at the University of Strasbourg) assaulted by pro-Hamas mob.

January 25: Antisemitic “acts” nearly quadrupled in 2023 compared to 2022.

January 18: Daughter of two far-left members of parliament arrested for antisemitic social media posts in the wake of October 7.

January 12: Antisemitic and anti-gay slurs against new French Prime Minister on social media.

January 5: Antisemitic and anti-French graffiti on the main road leading to Corsica’s Calvi airport.

January 3: Far left parliamentarian who in the past has falsely accused Israel of the most barbaric actions and of ethnic cleansing comes under fire for using a Japanese manga meme of global conspiracy appropriated by antisemites.


Georgia

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.



Germany

February 26: Organizers of Berlin Film Festival bring charges against hackers who defaced with perceived antisemitic material the festival’s Instagram account.

February 26: German officials to investigate accusations that statements regarding Israel’s assault on Gaza by some of the winners at the Berlin Film Festival were not only one-sided but antisemitic.

February 11: Reading of Hannah Arendt’s “Origins of Totalitarianism” disrupted by alleged hate speech on the part of pro-Palestinian protesters in Berlin.

February 9: The Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle, Germany fires academic, Ghassan Hauge, over his posts praising Hamas after October 7,  accusing Israel of genocide and comparing Israel to the Nazi Germany as Hauge protests that nothing he said was antisemitic.

February 4: Jewish student in Berlin is hospitalized with facial fractures after another student argued with him over the Israel-Hamas war and then beat him.

January 3: Berlin police investigating vandalism of Kindertransport Memorial that took place following pro-Palestinian demonstrations in the German capital.



Greece

January 28: Orthodox Archbishop in Thessaloniki warns against the continuous spreading of antisemitism by religious leaders.


Honduras

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Hungary

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here


Iceland

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


India

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Indonesia

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here



Iran

February 9: Meta has shut down the Instagram and Facebook accounts of Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei for praising Hamas and expressing joy at the anticipated destruction of Israel.


Ireland

March 12: Jewish former cabinet minister discusses the astonishing degree of anti-Zionism and antisemitism in today’s Irish Republic.



Israel

March 25: Al Jazeera deletes video that claimed a woman was raped by an IDF soldier in Gaza Al-Shifa raid after investigation found it to be a false allegation.

March 13: Hebrew University professor suspended after calling for the abolishment of Zionism and disputing accounts of sexual violence and other atrocities on October 7.

March 4: UN report finds Hamas likely committed mass acts of gang-rape and torture against women during its massacre across southern Israel on Oct. 7 and may still be abusing women hostages in Gaza.

March 4: Renowned Israeli trauma doctor is dropped from a conference program in Australia after threats from Hamas supporters.

March 4: UN report finds “clear and convincing” allegation of Hamas sexual violence on October 7 as well as ongoing evidence of sexual violence against hostages held by Hamas in Gaza.

March 4: UN Report finds allegations of Hamas sexual violence “clear and convincing.”

February 22: UN’s Special Rapporteur to the Occupied Palestinian Territories refers to Israelis as “colonialists” who have “fake identities” by reposting the remarks of another Israel critic.

February 21: Hillel International tells Israeli Knesset committee that there have been 44 physical antisemitic attacks against Jewish college students since October 7— more than in the previous 10 years combined.

February 21: Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel issue report submitted to UN which outlines Hamas’ “systematic, deliberate sexual violence against Israelis on October 7.

February 20: Israel denies as “despicable and  unfounded” allegations made by the Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights that Israeli forces raped, abducted and conducted extrajudicial killings of Palestinian women in Gaza.

February 15: The full board of Democrats Abroad in Israel has resigned from leadership positions in the international organization of Democrats Abroad over “the hostile environment…against Jews…and…American Jews living in Israel in particular.”

February 15: Israel strongly criticizes a top UN official who was quoted as saying Hamas is “not a terrorist group for us.”

January 29: President Herzog calls genocide allegations against Israel at the International Court of Justice at the Hague (ICJ) as “blood libel” and accuses court of “twisting” his words to make the claim that Israel sees all Gazans as legitimate military targets.

January 17: International Hockey Federations bans, for security concerns, then reinstates the Israeli team from the Youth World Championship competition.


Italy

March 22: University of Turin suspending collaboration agreement with Israeli universities and research institutes after student protests.

March 11: Italian police arrest three Palestinian men on charges of plotting terrorist attack against Jewish target.

March 5: Italian soccer fan arrested in Germany for Nazi salute while 100 Italian fans sang fascist songs in the beer hall where Hitler founded the Nazi party.

February 15: Racist event harasses dinners at restaurant in a Jewish neighborhood and includes statements mocking Anne Frank and hailing Hitler.



Japan

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Jordan

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Kosovo

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here


Kuwait

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here


Latvia

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.



Lebanon

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.



Lithuania

January 22: Member of Parliament who is being investigated for antisemitic posts announces a run for President of Lithuania.



Luxembourg

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.



Malaysia

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.



Mauritania

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Mexico

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Moldova

March 5: Poll in Moldova finds nearly half of the citizens say they don’t like Jews.


Montenegro

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here


Morocco

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.



Netherlands

March 29: Utrecht rabbi assaulted in shopping center by attacker who alleged said the rabbi had no business in the shopping center “dressed as a Jew.”

March 28: After fliers advertised a Jewish nurse’s address three women accost the nurse at her doorstep in Amsterdam and call her a “child murderer” because her daughter serves in the IDF.

March 27: Jewish singer, Lenny Kuhr’s, concert interrupted by pro-Palestinian protestors who accused her and her Israeli children of being complicit in genocide yet two of 15 political factions in the lower house of the Netherlands parliament refuse to sign statement condemning this incident as antisemitic.

January 25: Dutch parliamentarians want to make antisemitism grounds for rejecting or revoking residency permits.


New Zealand

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here



North Macedonia

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.



Norway

February 26: Oslo rabbi says antisemitism in Norway at highest levels since World War II.



Pakistan

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.



Palestinian Territories

March 4: UN report finds “clear and convincing” allegation of Hamas sexual violence on October 7 as well as ongoing evidence of sexual violence against hostages held by Hamas in Gaza.

January 11: The non-profit, UN Watch, finds twenty UNRWA school staff members who praised October 7 atrocities against Israelis.


Paraguay

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Poland

January 17: Far-right parliamentarian loses immunity after his attack on a Hanukkah menorah.

Portugal

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Qatar

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here



Romania

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.



Russia

March 7: Russian governments says it prevented an attack against a Moscow synagogue by ISIS terrorist.

January 21: Russian Foreign Ministry appears to belittle the impact of the Holocaust on Jews in criticizing Germany’s current support for Israel. 

Saudi Arabia

March 11: Saudi government officials tell Rabbi Abraham Cooper, co-chair of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, to remove his kippah while in public in Saudi Arabia.


Scotland

March 21: Scottish MP says Israeli claims that Hamas hostages were subject to sexual abuse are lies.

March 19: The family of Scotland’s First Minister, Humza Yousaf, removes images of Palestinian flag covering a map of Israel displayed from the windows of their family business.

February 4: Holocaust denier extradited to France from Scotland to face charges.


Serbia

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Singapore

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Slovakia

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.



Slovenia

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.



South Africa

March 20: South Africa’s foreign minister says she does not know if Iran is an authoritarian regime.

January 31: South African Justice Minister denies there is antisemitism in the country despite 631% rise in antisemitic incidents this from October to December 2023.

January 20: The US Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism, Deborah Lipstadt, brands South Africa’s decision to strip Jewish cricket star, David Treeger, of his captaincy of the Under-19 national team as antisemitic.

January 12: South Africa’s cricket governing body strips Jewish cricket player of his captaincy after his comments in support of Israel.

January 4: South Africa takes claim that Israel is committing genocide in Gaza before the International Court of Justice.


South Korea

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.



Spain

March 30: In one Spanish town, “Kill Jews” cocktail is popular during Holy Week.

March 8: Spanish police make arrest in plot to attack Jewish synagogue in Melilla, Spain.

February 16: Israeli film festival has to find a new venue in Barcelona because of harassment by anti-Israel activists.



Sweden

February 6: Sweden deported an Iranian couple in 2022 who were pretending to be Afghani immigrants but were likely Iranian intelligent agents plotting to kill Swedish Jews.



Switzerland

March 29: Swiss city councilor in Bern condemned for calling Israelis “child killers” and for blaming Jews for rising antisemitism.

March 12: Antisemitic incidents in Switzerland nearly triples between 2022 and 2023.

March 3: Orthodox man stabbed in Zurich by 15-year-old shouting “death to the Jews” is in critical condition.

February 12: Swiss Federation of Jewish communities slams ski rentals business for sign in Hebrew saying they would not rent skiing equipment to Jews.


Syria

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Taiwan

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


Tunisia

February 28: Mob attack abandoned synagogue in the city of Sfax, Tunisia.



Turkey

January 1: Protestors march in Istanbul shout “murderer Israel” during New Years celebration in the wake of President Erdogan’s calling Israel a “terrorist state” and comparing Netanyahu to Hitler.


Ukraine

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


United Arab Emirates

No incidents yet reported for 2024. View last year’s list here.


United Kingdom

March 30: Teacher’s union in UK accused of antisemitism.

March 29: Top UK universities experienced a five-fold increase in antisemitic incidents since October 7.

March 25: UK border police called out for antisemitism after they detained and interrogated two survivors of the October 7 Nova massacre who were to address the Manchester Jewish community to “make sure you were not going to do what you are doing in Gaza over there.”

March 21: Police investigating for hate crime after suspected arsonist of house in the London bureau of Hackney makes antisemitic comments upon his arrest.

March 21: Family of nine-year-old  Jewish child with blood disorder and wearing a kippah claims he was forced out of bed and made to sit on the floor to receive a blood transfusion by a nurse wearing pro-Palestinian badges.

March 20: One in twenty Brits say Jews should be expelled from the Middle East.

March 18: BBC is called out for ongoing anti-Israel bias.

March 15: Far right extremist jailed for posting pictures, videos and comments about the extermination of Jews and non-white people.

March 13: Neo-Nazi entered law firm in Harrow (town in greater London) threatening to kill a solicitor and spouting racist and antisemitic language.

March 8: Women associated with the group Palestine Action slashed and spray painted a painting in Trinity College of Cambridge University, of Arthur Balfour, author of the Balfour Declaration who as UK Foreign Minister in 1917 authored a letter stating Britain’s support “for the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people.”

March 8: According to UK government’s counter-extremism commissioner London has become a “no-go zone for Jews” on weekends because of intimidation by protesters.

March 5: Jewish professional soccer player in UK warns of rising antisemitism among fans.

March 5: UK Foreign Office holds seminar directly contradicts UK foreign policy, teaching that Hamas is not a terrorist organization and calls Israel a “white, settler colonials nation.”

March 5: Newly elected MP George Galloway compares Israel’s military operation in Gaza to Nazi actions during the Holocaust.

March 4: Jewish actress, Tracy-Ann Oberman, who has campaigned against antisemitism, was advised to not leave a London theater due to possible threat to her safety from pro-Palestinian protesters.

March 2: Jewish man verbally attacked on London underground.

March 2: Jews verbally harassed with vile antisemitic language on train after march against antisemitism.

February 24: Labour councillor suspended by party after posting attacks against “Jewish-owned” social media outlets.

February 24: BBC accused of allowing its Arabic channel to broadcast posts by social media users who praised Hitler and promoted conspiracy theories about Jews.

February 23: Apprentice star, Dr. Asif Munaf, suspended from UK’s medical register after being fired from the Apprentice for such antisemitic remarks as calling Zionism a “godless, satanic cult” and claiming the “Zionist lobby” was engaged in genocide and that the UK institution that regulates doctors was a pawn of the Zionist lobby.

February 23: Parliamentary debate over cease fire in Gaza includes charges that Islamic and extreme left-wing elements threatened some Labour MPs with violence if they did not support cease fire resolution.

February 23: Rapper, Wiley, stripped of MBE (The Most excellent Order of the British Empire) after a series of antisemitic social media posts beginning in 2020.

February 21: Community Security Trust (CST) reports more antisemitic incidents in2023 than any year since reporting began in 1984.

February 20: North Yorkshire police arrest a woman for sharing antisemitic social media posts.

February 20: Statue of singer Amy Winehouse is defaced by a Palestinian sticker placed over a Star of David necklace.

February 20: Jewish couple in London received their six-month-old daughter’s birth certificate partially torn (rendering it useless) and the father’s birthplace, “Israel,” scratched out.

February 18: London police secure theatre after Jewish actress receives antisemitic threats.

February 17: Labour Party, overwhelming favorite to defeat the Conservatives this fall, faces difficulty with anti-Israel candidates (including antisemitic candidate and former Labourite, George Galloway) and loss of Muslim votes.

February 16: UK government to appoint a tsar to deal with antisemitism on campus after death threats against Jewish students and University of Leeds University’s, Jewish chaplain.

February 15: BBC eliminates contestant from Apprentice spin-off over charges of antisemitism on his social media account.

February 14: Antisemitic incidents reached a record high in 2023.

February 12: Labour Party councilor claims (and subsequently apologizes for the claim) that Israel deliberately let October 7 to have an excuse to attack Gaza.

February 12: Soho Theatre apologizes for comedian’s abuse of Jewish audience member who refused to applaud a Palestinian flag.

February 10: Hillel at University of Leeds was vandalized with “Free Palestine” graffiti.

February 10: Britain’s largest police force is soliciting returning passengers at Heathrow Airport to report any evidence of Israeli war crimes.

February 10: Jewish chaplain at the University of Leeds returning to campus has to go into hiding because of death threats over his war time service in the IDF.

February 9: Activists at University of Birmingham chant “death to Zionists.”

February 8: Prime Minister of the United Kingdom  wants to push back against antisemitism and violent intimidation at pro-Palestinian rallies since October 7 and vows to enforce rules banning face masks at these events.

February 5: Technion fundraiser in London is shut out of a theatre that had been booked because theatre staff refused to work after being threatened in emails.

February 3: Pro-Palestinian protesters at London rally carry signs saying “Zionist control the media” as well as other antisemitic messages.

February 3: NGO warns that AI is being used by antisemites to deny the Holocaust.

February 1: Senior schedule coordinator at the BBC faces disciplinary actions after posting about the “holohoax,” “Ashenazis” and extreme antisemitic conspiracy theories.

February 1: A Tory MP will not run for re-election because of death threats he has received for his pro-Israel stance.

January 29: Employees at a kosher market in London is attacked by a man with a knife after asking an employee about events “in Palestine.”

January 26: Sky News presenter is criticized for comparing the displacement of Palestinians in Gaza is similar to “[t]he sort of voluntary relocation of many Jewish people during the Holocaust…”

January 24: Man asked if he was Jewish and then punched in the face in north-west London.

January 24: Over one half of British youth of the ages 18-24 believe Israel is treating Palestinians like Nazis treated Jews.

January 23: British editorial cartoonist depicts Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, as dining on the flesh of Palestinians.

January 23: British Islamic Charity under investigation for showing videos of Iranian general who gave antisemitic speeches including Holocaust denial and describing an “apocalyptic war on Jews.”

January 23: Online slang bible uses “grossly offensive” definition of antisemitism and British Friends of Israel says Urban Dictionary has contravened its own rules by allowing “activity that violates others’ rights.”

January 22: Two Jewish men and one Jewish woman viciously attacked on way to nightclub in London’s West End and police fail to show up despite 10 calls to emergency police operator.

January 15: BBC host and ex-soccer star is criticized for calling for Israel to be banned by from international competition.

January 15: Sunni organization, Hizb ut-Tahrir, faces ban in the United Kingdom for a history of celebrating the killing of Israelis and Jews as well as celebrating the Hamas massacre of Israeli’s on October 7.

January 6: Two neo-Nazis arrested on terrorism charges by London police after their podcast encouraged violence against Jews and other minorities.

January 6: Islamic preacher in London mosque claims Zionists are plotting to “control the world” by manipulating banks, media organizations and regimes.

January 4: Two men behind neo-Nazis podcast advocating for violent terrorism against minorities are jailed.

United States

April 2: In Teaneck, New Jersey, pro-Palestinian demonstrators show up outside synagogue hosting a fundraiser for the nonprofit ZAKA, which (as prescribed by Jewish religious values) collects parts and blood for burial at sites of terrorist attacks.

April 1: Dozens of students occupy a building at Smith College to demand school endowment be divested from holding companies deemed “weapons manufacturers and war profiters” linked to the IDF’s military campaign in Gaza.

April 1: Ithaca College president rejects Students for Palestine (SJP) chapter demands that the school acknowledge the false charge that Israel is committing genocide, shut down Hillel’s Birthright program and conduct an audit of gifts to the school from Israeli or Zionist corporations.

April 1: Senator Merkley of Oregon criticized for condemning indiscriminate bombing of Gaza and linking it to Easter.

April 1: A second Philadelphia-area synagogue, Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel, vandalized with graffiti.

April 1: Sign posted outside a synagogue Beth Hillel/Beth El in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania vandalized with a swastika twice in a week.

March 31: Comedian and podcaster, Joe Rogan, claims Israel is committing a small-scale Holocaust in Gaza.

March 30: Allegations of antisemitism by Jewish students at Rutgers.

March 29: ISIS calls for “lone wolves” to carry out Ramadan massacres of Christians and Jews in Europe, Israel and the United States.

March 28: Popular video game has problem with antisemitic user names.

March 28: Rutgers is latest school under GOP House of Representative investigation of antisemitism at American universities.

March 28: Four Vanderbilt University students arrested for assault and vandalism as a result of their anti-Israel protests.

March 28: Police investigate the defacing of multiple pro-Israel signs in Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh.

March 27: Decatur, Georgia, Jewish Center discover window smashed by a rock.

March 27: Baltimore Jewish students on their way to synagogue mugged by gang.

March 27: Imam whom pro-Israel Congressman Allred Colin praised in 2019 has extensive history of extreme anti-Israel comments.

March 27: Columbia University is investigating Resistance 101 event where speakers supported Hamas and October 7 pogrom is justified.

March 27: NY Jets star Sauce Gardner claims he had good intentions when he said Jews “run the world.”

March 27: Vanderbilt suspends anti-Zionist, student protestors who took over a university building.

March 27: Anti-Israel protestors call Jews “Zionist pigs,” intimidate a Holocaust survivor and charge Berkley City Council members with being bought by the Jewish community during a council meeting where an item on marking Holocaust Remembrance Day and educational programs around the commemoration.

March 27: Lacey, Washington Equity Commission’s meeting is subjected to racist and antisemitic speech.

March 26: Teachers and parents allege Massachusetts Teacher Association’s webinar includes antisemitic messages.

March 26: University of Michigan student posts death threat to every supporter of the Zionist state yet it appears as if the University has taken no action against this student.

March 26: ADL finds 30 percent rise in antisemitic, white supremacist propaganda in 2023.

March 26: Two girls at an Old Greenwich School in Connecticut etched swastika into school walkway.

March 25: Residents in Colerain Township in Ohio concerned when their neighbor put up a Nazi flag.

March 25: Three students at southern Maryland middle school charged with antisemitic hate-crimes.

March 25: Antisemitic fans threaten to boycott the James Bond movie franchise if the next 007 is Jewish.

March 22: Cartoon using an antisemitic depiction of head of the Rochester, New York, Jewish Federation and the Jewish majority leader of the county legislature sent out in a mass mailing.

March 22: Queens College Hillel calls out graffiti on buildings including “You better start hiding, Jews” and “Hitler, please come back. Teach Jews a lesson.”

March 22: Candace Owens fired from The Daily Wire after months of accusing the Israeli government of genocide and talking about a “small ring” of Jews in Hollywood and DC involve in something “quite sinister.”

March 21:  According to the Pew Research Center, a majority of Americans believe that Israel’s reasons for fighting Hamas are valid while only 38 percent agreed that Israel’s conduct was acceptable.

March 21: Ellensburg, Washington, city council public comment meeting crashed by neo-Nazi comments targeting Blacks, Hispanics, immigrants and Jews.

March 21: Portsmouth, New Hampshire, teen pays fine and is sentenced to community service for racist, homophobic and antisemitic vandalism.

March 20: Maine father and son alleged to have vandalized road signs and streets with antisemitic words (including “gas Jews”) and symbols.

March 20: Police in Newton, Massachusetts, investigating seven instances of vandalism directed at homes with signs supporting Israel.

March 20: Israeli and Jewish artists face boycotts and cancellations at shows in the United States.

March 20: Harvard Law School student group hosts conference that will feature a conversation with Ryna Workman, former president of NYU Law student government who was sacked after blaming Israel for Hamas attack on October 7.

March 19: Tufts University Professor Eitan Hersh discusses the surveys he has taken before and subsequent to October 7 of both Jewish and non-Jewish students on American college campuses.

March 19: Antisemitic “zoom-bombing” of Concord, Massachusetts, town meeting.

March 19: Orthodox men identifiable by their clothes hit by objects thrown from a car in Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

March 18: Hillel at University of Texas, Austin, vandalized with antisemitic graffiti.

March 18: Jewish business in Narberth, Pennsylvania, vandalized with “Free Gaza” graffiti.

March 18: Antisemitic banner reading “Save Ireland from the Jews” in Cincinnati.

March 18: Upper West Side, Manhattan, kosher cafe is vandalized with pro-Palestinian graffiti.

March 18: Arsonist with “kill rabbi” tattoo sentenced to decades in prison for burning rabbi’s home.

March 18: Donald Trump say any Jew who votes Democratic “hates their religion” and hates Israel.

March 15: Antisemitic and racist graffiti found at Huguenot Academy of New Rochelle, New York, high school.

March 14: Pro-Palestinian protesters trying to block people lining up at a theatre for Chicago screening of Nova festival pogrom assault man carrying a small Israeli flag.

March 14: Column detailing antisemitic harassment of Jews at MIT and Harvard.

March 13: The US wing of Hizb Ut Tahrir, an Islamist organization that supports Islamic theocracy and is banned in the UK and Germany, features speakers who invokes conspiracy theories about Jews and Israel as well as denies atrocities on October 7.

March 13: Antisemitic graffiti in Highland Park, Illinois.

March 13: Ride-share driver charged with hate crime for punching rider at San Francisco International Airport after asking him if he was Jewish or Israeli.

March 13: New civil rights complaint against Sarah Lawrence College (SLC) contends that at SLC it is “safe to be Jewish as long as you are openly anti-Israel.”

March 12: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, man accused of distributing antisemitic material faces seven counts of communicating obscene messages and seven counts of littering.

March 12: Man accused of terrorizing Temple Beth Israel in Eugene, Oregon, over five months is found by judge too dangerous to release.

March 12: Former President Trump’s Chief of Staff, General John Kelly accuses Trump of expressing some praise of Hitler.

March 12: U.S. literary magazine Guernica retracts article written by an Israeli supporter of coexistence when a number of staff of the magazine resign.

March 11: Fifteen-year-old Jewish girl punched in head by unknown assailant in Crown Heights.

March 11: Three large red swastikas, a graphic threatening a school shooting and racist graffiti found in bathroom of college prep school in Manhattan.

March 11: UC Berkeley professor stages “sleep-in” in his small campus office and vows to continue until University official take action against antisemitism.

March 11: Hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists demonstrated outside a Teaneck, New Jersey, Orthodox synagogue where 35 Israeli real estate agents made a pitch for buying a home in Israel.

March 11: Saudi government officials tell Rabbi Abraham Cooper, co-chair of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, to remove his kippah while in public in Saudi Arabia.

March 10: Police arrest Jordanian man for antisemitic threats against Orthodox Jews.

March 10: Despite vandalism and demonstrations, a prestigious gallery in New York goes ahead with an exhibition of an Israeli artist.

March 9: Man arrested for assaulting and threatening Jews with sharp object in Sunny Iles Beach, Florida.

March 8: Man tries to burn Israeli and American flags outside a kosher restaurant near Yeshiva University in NYC.

March 8: White supremacists’ efforts targeting Jews have risen dramatically since October 7.

March 8: Israeli Columbia University professor who has been outspoken against campus antisemitism says that the university has opened an investigation by Columbia’s office that deals with allegations of harassment and discrimination.

March 8: Matisyahu concert has been canceled for the third time because of threats from pro-Palestinian protests.

March 8: Columbia professors accused of pro-Palestinian indoctrination of their students.

March 7: Jewish-owned bagel shop spray painted with the words “Israel baby killer.”

March 7: Jewish leaders at Yale University denounce upcoming conference being hosted by Yale Women’s Center for “exclusion of Jewish women’s voices and its libelous portrayal of Israel and Israelis.”

March 7: Jewish interim CEO of prestigious arts center in San Francisco resigns as “a direct result” of antisemitism directed her in the wake of protest by pro-Palestinian artists.

March 7: Texas Tech suspends professor for posting material described as “hateful, antisemitic, and unacceptable” and explained that Hamas’ October 7 attack was an example of “self-determination” and “justice.”

March 7: Coffee shop on Manhattan’s upper east side has been the target of  a number of antisemitic incidents since October 7.

March 6: Salt Lake City, Utah, bar owner posts on Instagram announcing “NO ZIONISTS ALLOWED.”

March 6: ADL alleges that Jewish students were told they smelled and were spat on at the student senate meeting.

March 6: For the second time in two weeks antisemites disrupt Walnut Creek, California city council meeting.

March 5: Instagram page “Dear White Staffers” started out as a popular platform supporting Hill works but after October 7 a staffer allegedly employed by Rep. Summer Lee (D-PA) has turned it into an anti-Israel (and many claim an antisemitic) platform accusing Israel of genocide.

March 5: Jewish student at SUNY Binghamton who defended Israel on campus is harassed online with taunts such “We tried our best to put you in Auschwitz” and “History will judge Hitler as a hero.”

March 5: Columbia University task force on antisemitism confirmed in a report claims by Jewish students that they have faced antisemitism on campus.

March 4: Swastika drawn on classroom wall at New York City College.

March 4: UN report finds “clear and convincing” allegation of Hamas sexual violence on October 7 as well as ongoing evidence of sexual violence against hostages held by Hamas in Gaza.

March 4: Woman’s National Democratic Club hosts speech by a writer, Max Blumenthal, who has long history of exposing debunked conspiracy theories and falsehoods about October 7 Hamas attack on Israeli citizens.

March 4: Georgia Congressman, Mike Collins, say his reposting of an antisemitic post with a comment of approval was misunderstood.

March 4: Calls for murder of Jewish dentist, Benjamin Harouni, in California to be investigated for evidence his killing was a hate crime tied to his religion and the conflict in Gaza.

March 3: Criticism and calls for a Sheepshead Bay High School interim principal and NYC education chancellor to resign after high school staff call out numerous incidents of antisemitism since October 7.

March 2: Bags of antisemitic flyers found on driveways in Fresno, California.

March 2: Student protestors at Hunter College in NYC demand Jewish students “pick a side.”

March 2: Famous Wall Street bull statue is vandalized by pro-Palestinian protesters with graffiti reading “Death to Israel” and “Free Palestine.”

March 1: MIT accused of ignoring acts of antisemitism perpetrated by some faculty members and students.

March 1: Jewish students from nine universities who appeared at a House Committee on Education and the Workforce’s roundtable on campus antisemitism decry the failures of their universities to address antisemitism.

March 1: University antisemitism task forces have resulted in lots of talk but so far little action.

February 29: For the third time in the last four months swastika found in bathroom of the hockey and basketball arena on the York Hill Campus of Quinnipiac University.

February 29: Antisemitic flyers found on car windshields in Bucktown neighborhood of Chicago.

February 29: Topeka, Kansas, synagogue driveway vandalized with pro-Palestinian graffiti.

February 29: Twenty-four percent of Americans express extensive antisemitic attitudes— up from 20% in 2022.

February 28: ADL and Brandeis Center file Title VI complaint against Berkeley Unified School District for failing to take action against persistent bullying and harassment of Jewish students by peers and teachers.

February 28: Police looking for man who accosted a 13-year-old boy in Borough Park with antisemitic remarks and spat in the boy’s face.

February 27: Respected historian Benny Morris criticizes The New York Times article for factual errors and misleading judgements leading to a distorted description of Israel’s 1948 War of Independence.

February 27: At annual Saviours’ Day conference Nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan, resorts to his traditional conspiracy theories of Jewish control and further claims Netanyahu had advance knowledge of October 7 and that the Israeli Prime Minister has a vision for Israel to conquer the entire Middle East.

February 27: Students at El Camino Real Charter High School in Los Angeles walk out over school administration’s failure to address incidents of alleged antisemitism.

February 27: Pro-Palestinian activist harass and spit on Jewish students, break windows and shut down event hosting an Israeli speaker at UC Berkeley.

February 27: UC Santa Barbara student body President targeted with antisemitic signs at university’s multicultural center.

February 26: Stanwood, Washington, city council suspends online public comment period after antisemitic incident.

February 26: Pennsylvania Congresswoman, Summer Lee, scheduled to give remarks at a fundraiser for the Muslim advocacy group, CAIR, alongside a number of other speaker who have made antisemitic or homophobic remarks.

February 26: Emory Village, Georgia, bakery receives vicious antisemitic postcard featuring Anne Frank at Auschwitz.

February 26: Los Angeles teachers union cancels their campaign for school board candidate who promoted antisemitic book as well as defending Hamas and the antisemitic rhetoric of Kyrie Irving and Kanye West.

February 24: Nazi mingle at CPAC Conference spreading antisemitic conspiracy theories.

February 23: Columbia University sued for not responding to dozens of antisemitic incidents after October 7.

February 23: UCLA student government passes BDS resolution while also accusing Israel of genocide.

February 23: Speakers deliver vile antisemitic remarks at Evanston, Illinois, council meeting.

February 22: Jewish country club in West Bloomfield, Michigan vandalized with antisemitic and threatening graffiti.

February 21: Journalist arrested after threatening to kill Jews, Zionists and federal workers.

February 21: “Threatening, anti-Israel messaging” found on walkway on William & Mary campus.

February 21: Neo-Nazi spews antisemitic rhetoric at Walnut Creek, California, city council meeting.

February 21: Antisemitic flyers stuffed inside a small lending library in Indianapolis.

February 20: Neo-Nazis march with swastika flags in downtown Nashville, Tennessee.

February 20: ADL finds dramatic rise in antisemitic and anti-Muslim incidents since October 7.

February 20: Harvard investigates social media posts containing antisemitic images posted by two pro-Palestinian student groups.

February 20: Journalist who reported on a neo-Nazi group, 2119 Blood and Soil Crew, and subsequently five members of the group shows up outside his home.

February 18: Remote, antisemitic speakers take over Lakewood, Colorado city council meeting.

February 18:Chicago police investigate antisemitic graffiti in Logan Square neighborhood.

February 18: Jewish man in Lauderhill, Florida is physically assaulted and accosted with antisemitic slurs upon leaving synagogue.

February 18: Carmel, Indiana police open investigation after swastika is drawn in the snow outside Jewish family home.

February 17: Jewish rapper harassed with antisemitic rhetoric when trying to start a dialogue at a pro-Palestinian rally at Columbia University.

February 17: Hillel-sponsored survey finds majority of Jewish college students are not satisfied with university leadership response to antisemitism.

February 16: The NGO, StandWithUs, calls on a school district north of Seattle to investigate a lesson in a second-grade class that allegedly “included misinformation, glorification of anti-Israel rhetoric and antisemitic bias…”

February 16: World-wide antisemitism is up nearly 60% in 2023 over 2022 according to the NGO, Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM).

February 16: Charges of antisemitism on Stanford University campus include harassment and physical threats against Jewish students.

February 16: Driving instructor wearing a kippah in Staten Island is assaulted with a metal baseball bat because he is Jewish.

February 16: A New Haven pro-Palestinian city employee who marched down a residential street and stood in front of a rabbi’s house shouting slogans through bull horn strongly implies Jews see Judaism as a superior religion and on social media refers to Jewish bosses lining employee pockets, and stated she is “sick of Jew focused ads” during Super Bowl coverage.

February 16: Northern California judge under investigation for antisemitism and ethical violations.

February 16: Free Speech principles weaponized at Princeton by University administrators serving “No Contact” orders against student journalists who have reported on pro-Palestinian rallies.

February 16: Two Matisyahu concerts cancelled after outcry from pro-Palestinian protesters.

February 15: Why educated Americans (like Harvard students and faculty) often fall for antisemitic lies.

February 15: February 15: The full board of Democrats Abroad in Israel has resigned from leadership positions in the international organization of Democrats Abroad over “the hostile environment…against Jews…and…American Jews living in Israel in particular.”

February 15: AJC releases report on State of Antisemitism in America in 2023.

February 14: A GOP candidate for a U.S. Senate seat from Nevada uses antisemitic conspiracy language at campaign events.

February 14: Teen harassed with antisemitic language and spat upon in Borough Park, Brooklyn incident.

February 13: President of MIT suspends the anti-Israel, student group, the Coalition Against Apartheid for violating university rules on demonstrations. 

February 13: Indiana man arrested for threatening to kill Jews and government officials who support Israel in its war with Hamas.

February 13: Laguna Beach, California city council Zoom session bombed by racist, homophobic and antisemitic language.

February 13: Woman who shot up Houston church left antisemitic writings at the scene.

February 12: Meta removes Instagram account of the most prominent pro-Palestinian group in NYC, Within Our Lifetime,  over its support for Hamas and the October 7 massacre.

February 12: Jewish Member of Congress NYC office vandalized for second time by pro-Palestinian activist.

February 12: Pro-Palestinian demonstrators demand “a free Palestine and an art world without Zionism” and shut down the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan.

February 11: Columbia University Jewish student describes physical harassment by pro-Palestinian protester on campus.

February 11: Actor Brett Gelman says two of his short story book tour events cancelled because of threats against the event based on his public support for Israel.

February 11: Brown-RISD Hillel emailed violent threats.

February 10: Texas GOP reverses course from December and passes resolution stating that the party would not associate with antisemites.

February 9: Meta reviewing the whether the word “Zionist” should possibly be flagged as hate speech in certain posts.

February 9: Outdoor restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, vandalized with antisemitic graffiti.

February 8: GOP lawmaker in Michigan is criticized for reposting a graphic on the great replacement theory that was originally posted by antisemitic activist, Jack Posobiec.

February 7: Some Jewish groups criticize House GOP attempts to impeach Jewish Homeland Security Secretary, Alejandro Mayorkas, and point to the use of the antisemitic Great Replacement Theory to attack the Secretary.

February 7: Current polling and historical data provide perspective on current levels of antisemitism in the United States.

February 7: Poster reading “Butcher Zionist Pigs” found in hospital bathroom in Arcata, California.

February 7: Since November than have been at least five separate incidents of antisemitic pamphlets left on cars on Chicago’s North and Northwest sides.

February 7: Palestinian man facing hate crime charges after allegedly stealing U.S. and Israeli flags out of a Nassau County, NY homeowner’s yard and then beat the homeowner while spewing antisemitic slurs.

February 6: Cornell West defends one of his campaign staffers who produced virulently antisemitic cartoons.

February 6: NYPD reports surge of antisemitic incidents since October 7 continued in January 2024.

February 6: At least 50 cars in Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago targeted with antisemitic flyers.

February 6: Former NYC employee sentenced to jail for selling a gun and ammunition to two individuals planning to attack a synagogue.

February 6: Antisemitic flyers of a skunk with the Star of David distributed at Columbia University.

February 5: Philadelphia school district hit with accusations of antisemitism.

February 5: NYPD seeking woman who vandalized an apartment building near Yeshiva University in Manhattan with antisemitic graffiti.

February 5: Philadelphia man charged with making antisemitic and Islamophobic violent threats.

February 5: Colorado man working to set up a white supremacist community and had racist and Nazi material on his property is sentenced to 27 months in jail on weapons charges.

February 3: Harvard’s Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs invites speaker who blamed Israel for the bloodshed of October 7 and has accused Israel of genocide.

February 3: Man accosts Jewish man calls him a “fake Jew” and snatches his kippah.

February 2: NYPD looking for man who left a book with a antisemitic symbol on its cover on a stoop of a home in Brooklyn.

February 2: Swastika drawn on Hillel Social Room on the campus of Loyola University Chicago.

February 2: Less than two weeks after the Wooster, Massachusetts, City Council meeting was interrupted by racist and homophobic rants, city councilors receive antisemitic and homophobic mail at their home addresses.

February 1: Columbia Law School Senate rejects application from a club dedicated to fight antisemitism watchdog for a second time.

February 1: Only Jewish member of the Georgia state legislature gets antisemitic postcard after she sponsors a bill referencing the IHRA definition of antisemitism in the state legal code.

February 1: Eugene, Oregon, police arrest man suspected of several attacks against synagogue in 2023 and early 2024.

January 31: A California man pleads guilty to stalking after sending a woman a series of antisemitic and racist messages over the course of 14 months.

January 31: Students for Justice in Palestine attempt to disrupt pro-Israel speaker, Bari Weiss, on the University of North Carolina campus.

January 31: American actor, John Cusak, called antisemite after he denies Hamas carried out rapes on October 7.

January 30: Three swastikas found in bathroom of middle school in Port Washington, Long Island.

January 30: The Capitol Hill Club (a national Republican Club in Washington, DC) allowed two speakers to use the venue to deny Hamas atrocities on October 7 and call for the dismantling of the Jewish state.

January 30: Pro-Palestinian protesters at Stanford University threaten students leaving a forum on antisemitism.

January 30: Former Harvard President, Larry Summers, says he is increasingly concerned about the ability and will of Harvard’s leadership to confront antisemitism and the demonization of Israel.

January 30: Woman admits to calling in a bomb threat to an Oshkosh, Wisconsin, synagogue.

January 29: Millis, Massachusetts, man arrested for threatening local synagogue and kill members of the Jewish community.

January 28: Prominent Orthodox rabbi verbally and physically assaulted by a Lyft driver who fled the scene of the crime.

January 28: Palestinian-American student at University of Central Florida is arrested after threatening to shoot three Jewish students.

January 28: Northwestern University being investigated for antisemitism by US Department of Education at the same time its new task force on antisemitism is criticized for including member of the task force for anti-Israel activism.

January 28: Two anti-Israel, student groups that have been suspended by Columbia University continue their activities without being subjected to any disciplinary actions by the Columbia administration.

January 26: US State Department’s Center for Global Engagement Center releases report detailing how the leaders of Tsarist Russia, the Soviet Union and now Putin’s regime have used antisemitism to spread disinformation and propaganda.

January 26: US stops payments to UN relief angency, UNRWA. over credible allegations that UNRWA staff members helped with the October 7 massacre.

January 25: Vandals target two stores for antisemitic graffiti in a Jewish neighborhood in New Rochelle, New York.

January 25: NYU adjunct professor suspended after denying atrocities on October 7 and calling New York “a Zionist city.”

January 24: Vivek Ramaswamy demonizes Soros at Trump’s New Hampshire victory night party.

January 23: Pro-Palestinian protest at Cal Poly where flyers passed out say the school is complicit in genocide, turns violent.

January 23: Report reveals record high incidents of hate and violence against Jews nation-wide in 2023.

January 23: Israeli hostage posters at Harvard vandalized with antisemitic graffiti.

January 23: Meta oversight panel finds the company is failing to remove memes and innuendo promoting Holocaust denial.

January 22: Group of non-university individuals display swastika and chant racist language outside a University Wisconsin-Whitewater dorm.

January 22: Prominent Economist and former President of Harvard University, Larry Summer, blasts the university for its pick of Harvard professor Derek Pensler as co-chair of its newly formed antisemitism task force and says he has lost confidence in the determination and ability of the Harvard Corporation and Harvard leadership to maintain Harvard as a place where Jews and Israelis can flourish.

January 22: Antisemitic flyers distributed in Oklahoma City metro neighborhood.

January 22: Ralph Nader who speaks of Israel’s “genocidal war crimes, accuses Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, of antisemitism against Arab Palestinian Arabs and speaks of Israel’s genocidal war crimes.

January 21: New co-chair of Harvard’s antisemitism task force is criticized for past statements on Israel including calling the Jewish state an apartheid regime and accused it of ethnic cleansing.

January 20: The US Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism, Deborah Lipstadt, brands South Africa’s decision to strip Jewish cricket star, David Treeger, of his captaincy of the Under-19 national team as antisemitic.

January 19: Two students at Southern Oregon University are suspects in vandalism of Chabad Center in Ashland, Oregon.

January 18: Days after a swastika was drawn next to Philadelphia Holocaust Memorial man dumps trash around the memorial’s base.

January 17: Jewish woman and daughter surrounded by pro-Palestinian protesters who yelled antisemitic comments at them.

January 17: Temple University being investigated by US Department of Education on accusation of failing to protect Jewish students.

January 17: Department of Education opens up probe of University of Minnesota after complaint of antisemitism on campus.

January 17: Norwalk, Connecticut city meeting on zoom interrupted by racist and antisemitic remarks.

January 17: FBI investigating Oregon woman who posted racist and antisemitic messages.

January 16: Pro-Palestinian protesters target Sloan Kettering Cancer Center for allegedly supporting genocide.

January 16: Antisemitic graffiti found on Great Island in Harpswells, Maine.

January 16: FBI and other law enforcement agencies issue  bomb threat warnings for 1,000 institutions including Jewish center, government agencies, and state capitols in the last week.

January 15: Large swastika drawn next to Holocaust memorial in Philadelphia.

January 14: ADL finds dramatic rise in antisemitic incidents in Philadelphia between October 7 and December 20, 2023.

January 14: News of illegal tunnel into Chabad Lubavitch World Headquarters spawns antisemitic conspiracy theories including blood libel speculation.

January 13: Antisemitic graffiti found on campus of SUNY Upstate.

January 12: Report finds Critical Race and Ethnic Studies (CRES) department of the University of California, Santa Cruz using classrooms to promote extremist anti-Zionist propaganda such as calling Zionism “a colonial racist project” and urging academics to tie Zionism to white supremacy.

January 12: Thirty, Jewish families in the Oakland Unified School District are transferring their children out over pro-Palestinian/antisemitic incidents in the district and the school district’s reaction to those incidents.

January 11: Students sue Harvard over rampant antisemitism on campus.

January 11: Group of celebrities and entertainment professionals accuse the Academy of Motion Pictures Art and Sciences’ inclusion effort of being “both steeped in and misunderstanding antisemitism”  for not recognizing Jews as a specific underrepresented group.

January 11: ADL survey finds 3,200 antisemitic incidents since October 7.

January 11: Man beats, robs and shouts antisemitic insults at a Jewish man in Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn.

January 10: Overt antisemitism on Harvard-related social media platform after President Claudine Gay’s resignation.

January 10: In the wake of the resignation of Harvard President, Claudine Gay, an anonymous campus social media platform, Sidechat, is flooded with antisemitic content.

January 10: Bike rider in Brooklyn arrested for throwing rock at Jewish man and yelling “free Palestine.”

January 9: After criticism, Substack removes some antisemitic and other hate content from its platform.

January 8: Women’s high school basketball coach fired and one player dismissed from team a public school team engaged in antisemitic harassment during a game against a team from a Jewish day school.

January 8: In El Cerrito, California woman with Israeli flag is assaulted by pro-Palestinian protester who is now wanted by police as a hate crime suspect.

January 8: Jewish owned businesses vandalized in Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles.

January 5: Radical, conservative, activist group Turning Point USA removes one of their volunteer ambassadors for posting “the Zionist Jews controlling our planet are all pedophiles who have no regard for the sanctity of human life and purity,” and also “read the Talmud and it will all make sense.”

January 5: University of Illinois Champaign’s Department of Latina/Latino studies deletes letter charging Israel with “genocide” and “settler colonial violence.”

January 4: Massachusetts synagogues, courts, hospitals receive bomb threats.

January 4: MIT lecturer resigns to protest the university’s failure to address antisemitism as well as open hostility to Jews after October 7.

January 4: Jewish family harassed and physically attacked in a New Jersey mall because 16 year old daughter was wearing an IDF jacket.

January 3: Davison, North Carolina, synagogue target of bomb threat.

January 3: Rutgers law student sues the university and alleges he was punished for reporting on antisemitic incidents on campus.

January 3: Six synagogues in San Diego County receive bomb threats.

January 3: Councilors and Mayor of Newburyport, Massachusetts each receive antisemitic postcard at their home mailing addresses.

January 3: The word “Jew” and three swastikas carved into doors in dorm at Carthage College in Wisconsin.

January 2: Beaumont, Texas, synagogue receives bomb threat.

January 2: “Zionism is Racism” projected on Yankee Stadium in the Bronx.

January 2: Lawsuit filed by Israeli student alleging antisemitic behavior at the School of Art Institute in Chicago.

 Uruguay

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Vatican City

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Venezuela

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Yemen

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