For several years, antisemitism, worldwide, has been skyrocketing to levels not seen in decades. In the United States, the story is sadly much the same, except for one difference: CUFI. For the first time in history, an army of millions of committed Christian Zionists has banded together as Christians United for Israel to strongly oppose antisemitism and stand with the Jewish people.

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Suspect with antisemitic history arrested in shooting of 2 Jews in Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Police Department on Thursday arrested a man with a history of Jew-hatred as a suspect in two shootings of Jewish men this week and beefed up security around Jewish institutions in the area.

The Los Angeles Times cited law enforcement sources as saying the suspect had a “history of animus toward the Jewish community” and that…

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‘We cannot put a question mark on Israel’

“Israel is a democracy that uses democratic tools to discuss its internal affairs,” said Community of Madrid President Isabel Díaz Ayuso in a recent interview. The judicial reform the Israeli government is spearheading is an internal matter, she stressed. “To me, it seems natural and normal that there are debates on these matters. What I saw was…

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‘Antisemitic attacks target three University of Denver students

From Feb. 9 to 12, three Jewish University of Denver students were targets of antisemitic attacks, including pork left at one student’s doorstep and smeared on the door, and mezuzot ripped off two students’ door frames. (Some news reports referred to the pork as “glued” to the door.)

A mezuzah is a ritual object that contains the Shema prayer…

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‘Ye is Right’ campaign linked to numerous incidents of Jew-hatred

Over the last four months, there have been at least 30 antisemitic incidents in the United States that directly reference Ye, the artist, producer and fashion designer formerly known as Kayne West, a report by the New York-based Anti-Defamation League released yesterday shows.

The documentation demonstrates the ongoing influence of Ye’s…

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Princeton University English Department to Host ‘Blatantly’ Antisemitic Speaker for Memorial Lecture

Mohammed el-Kurd, a controversial pro-Palestinian activist whom Jewish groups have accused of “blatant” antisemitism, will speak at Princeton University on Feb. 8, according to announcement by the university’s Department of English.
Currently a columnist for the left-wing magazine The Nation, the 24-year-old el-Kurd has trafficked in antisemitic…

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‘Hate will not win’: Rabbi says firebombed New Jersey synagogue back to routine

New Jersey synagogue that was hit with a Molotov cocktail resumed daily activities on Monday, as law enforcement searched for the suspected antisemitic attacker.

Temple Ner Tamid in the town of Bloomfield canceled all events and classes on Sunday after the attack as it assisted law enforcement to respond. There were no injuries or damage in the…

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London Antisemitic Crime Wave Shows No Signs of Stopping According to Latest Data

Antisemitic hate crimes in London were slightly higher in December than the preceding month, according to the latest data issued by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS).

MPS recorded 44 such incidents in the British capital last month. There were 43 in November, bringing the total for 2022 to 575. A total of 3,211 antisemitic hate crimes have…

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We’ve Never Seen Anything Like This’: Orthodox Jews Disproportionate Victims of New York Hate Crimes, According to Report

Hasidic and Orthodox Jews in New York City are the minority group most victimized by hate crimes in the city, according to a Dec. 28 report by Americans Against Antisemitism (AAA), a US based group founded in 2019 to raise awareness of rising antisemitism.

The report, titled “The Hate Crime Accountability Project” and based on data provided by…

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NYT publishes crossword puzzle resembling swastika

The New York Times on released its daily crossword puzzle in the shape of swastika on Sunday, Democratic Strategist Keith Edwards pointed out on Twitter.

“This is the NYTimes crossword puzzle today on the first day of Hanukkah. What the hell, @nytimes?” the tweet read.

In a later tweet, Edwards pointed out that no major media outlet had…

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Dept. of Education to probe UC Berkeley Law School over antisemitism allegations

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights is opening an investigation into the University of California, Berkeley Law School, in response to Jewish students who complained of a “hostile environment” at the law school after nine student organizations pledged not to invite pro-Israel speakers to campus.

In August, nine registered…

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UN Palestinian rights official’s social media history reveals antisemitic comments

A lawyer heading the UN Human Rights Council’s open-ended investigation into Israel’s treatment of Palestinians said during a 2014 conflict between Israel and Gaza terror groups that the “Jewish lobby” was in control of the United States.

Francesca Albanese, an Italian lawyer, was appointed earlier this year as the UN special rapporteur on the…

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New report reveals severity of antisemitism in Virginia

A new state report reveals the scope of antisemitism in Virginia and outlines steps to address the problem.

In one of his first executive orders, Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced plans to create the Commission to Combat Antisemitism. The panel’s report says there is an alarming national trend of increasing hate toward the Jewish community, and…

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125 lawmakers call for interagency antisemitism task force, coordinator

A bipartisan group of 125 lawmakers urged President Joe Biden on Monday to establish a  “whole-of-government” approach to antisemitism, the broadest call yet for such a unified plan to combat spiking antisemitism across the country.

In a letter to Biden, the lawmakers suggest that the administration establish an interagency task force to combat…

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Police: Antisemitic crimes up 125% in New York City

The New York Police Department on Monday reported 45 antisemitic crimes in the city in November, compared to 20 over the same period in 2021, according to police data.

In the most high-profile incident, two men were arrested for plotting to attack Jewish targets in the city. One was in possession of a hunting knife and a swastika arm band at…

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Ye quits Twitter after Elon Musk confronts him for tweeting swastika with Star of David

Just hours after praising Hitler and Nazis in an Infowars interview, Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, took to Twitter to share a photo of a swastika embedded in a Star of David.

“YE24 LOVE EVERYONE #LOVESPEECH”, he captioned the tweet containing the symbol, which appeared to be a 2024 presidential campaign logo.

Shortly after, Ye posted a…

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Kanye West praises Hitler, calls himself a Nazi in unhinged interview

Rapper Kanye West praised Adolf Hitler and said people should not criticize Nazis in an interview with far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Thursday, sparking a fresh round of condemnations of the antisemitic rapper who recently dined with former US president Donald Trump.

“I see good things about Hitler,” West, who also goes by Ye, told…

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Arab fan goes on tirade, says Israeli journalist ‘not welcome’ at World Cup

Israeli journalist Moav Vardi on Sunday posted footage of an exchange at the World Cup in Qatar in which an Arab fan hurled insults at him, including the charge that he is “not welcome” at the soccer tournament.

During the incident, a clearly disgruntled Vardi, who is the chief international correspondent for the Kan public broadcaster, is…

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Black Hebrew Israelites demonstrate in support of Kyrie Irving

Members of the Black Hebrew Israelite group protested on Sunday night outside of the Barclays Center in support of Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving. The basketball player had just returned to the team following an eight-game suspension for promoting an antisemitic movie on social media and then failing to unequivocally denounce Jew-hatred.