Antisemitism, like Islamophobia—charges of which have been similarly made by Muslim and Arab students on a number of campuses—should be calculated by actual, violent incidents on campuses, not by unverifiable threats, or perceived feelings of being threatened.
An attempted coup in Germany. Murder in the United States. Holocaust denial in Poland. Conspiracy theories around Jewish figures in the COVID-19 pandemic. This is just a sample of the reported antisemitic incidents that took place around the globe during the week of November 21, 2022. Sign up for the Antisemitism Monitor for a bi-weekly report.
Graffiti in Maryland. Bomb threats to synagogues. Bricks thrown through windows and antisemitic fliers distributed. This is just a sample of the reported antisemitic incidents that took place around the globe during the week of November 14, 2022. Sign up for the Antisemitism Monitor for a bi-weekly report.
In recent years, Elon Musk has executed a hostile takeover of Twitter, spread conspiracy theories and allied with high-profile conservatives. Is Musk a misguided superhero, or was he secretly a supervillain all along?
Rep. Ed Stafman believes that Republicans in the Montana legislature singled him out not because he’s a Jew, but because he’s the wrong kind of Jew.
The tour’s organizer claims that the COVID-19 vaccine is a bioweapon containing “luciferase,” which Bill Gates created by combining cryptocurrency technology with Jeffrey Epstein’s DNA to create a new species of human.