Christians Resolved Against Antisemitism


I pledge to confront antisemitism wherever I see it. More importantly, I commit to educating myself, my family and my community about the monumental contributions that the Jewish people have made to our society and Christian faith. I will work to build relationships with Jews and let them know that I stand with them in these difficult times. I will educate fellow Christians and others about the dangers posed by antisemitism. My Christian faith demands that I confront hatred of all kinds, and especially hatred of the very people who first taught the world that all people possess the right to life, freedom, and equality.

#WeResolve is a campaign created by The Philos Project to equip Christians with the knowledge and tools to fight antisemitism. 

By providing an array of shareable content, collected informational tools and more, the goal is to empower individuals, groups, churches and organizations to take tangible action in confronting antisemitism in the world.

Antisemitism is rising inside and outside the Near East, and this year The Philos Project is taking a stand. Our Christianity demands that we confront hatred of every kind, but especially hatred of the very people who brought our faith to the world.

Today, when antisemitism is rising here and around the world, I pledge to stand in solidarity with the Jewish people, against those who would unjustly attack them.

Antisemitism is not only painting swastikas on community centers or killing worshippers in synagogues. Antisemitism is any unjust word or deed aimed at the Jewish people. It may include denying Jewish identity, Jewish equality, or Jewish security; holding Jews to a standard that isn’t applied to anyone else; refusing the Jewish nation a rightful place in the community of nations; or challenging the Jewish right to live at peace in their homeland.

Hostility toward Jews is an assault on America and Western principles because our civilization is founded on the spiritual and ethical vision of the Hebrew Bible. An attack on Jews is also ultimately an attack on Christians, because at the heart of our faith stands a Jew, and a Jewish vision coming to fulfillment.

Antisemitism may start with the Jews, but it never ends there. Those who hate Jews will always find new groups and ideas to target. Now is the time to act, and to promote the values of respect and tolerance that are essential for a thriving, pluralistic society.

Human dignity, truth, freedom, justice -- these are the Hebraic values that lie at the heart of our work. Join us as we promote those values on behalf of the Jewish people and all the peoples of the world.


First, sign the resolution!

As you scroll further down on this page, you will find a list of helpful items to get you started in joining the #WeResolve campaign:

1. Introduction video series 

2. Resource Packet

3. Sharable graphics, videos and more

4. Events

5. Facts and information on antisemitism around the world 


In this four-part video series, Robert Nicholson, executive director of The Philos Project, goes through the following questions:


What is antisemitism?

Why should Christians take a stand against it?

And finally, how can Christians take a stand?


When you've finished the series, share with your family, friends, church, and more:






Still looking to learn more about this issue? Below are more resources and information to prepare you to join The Philos Project in combatting antisemitism. 


It is important to remember that the history of antisemitism is not without heroes. The Righteous Among the Nations is a memorial of the people who risked everything to save Jews during the Holocaust. These individuals fell into a diverse range of countries of origin, occupations, and religious denominations, but what they all had in common was their steadfast courage in the face of extreme evil. 

The Righteous Among the Nations stories serve to remind us that there is never time to be afraid to take a stand for what is right, even in the face of extreme danger. Head to the Yad Vashem (Israel's official Holocaust memorial) website to read the stories of these individuals. 


Our weekly Near East​ Briefing newsletter brings a collection of the top stories from around the world on Near East affairs, antisemitism, and more. Sign up to stay informed and share with your family and friends.


Looking for a way to connect with your local community on this issue? We've rounded up some advocacy, informational and networking events going on around the U.S.


Jewish groups protest Belgian newspaper's anti-Semitic article

Ben Ariel, August 8 2019

The European Jewish Association on Wednesday sent a letter to the Editor in Chief of the De Morgen newspaper in Belgium, after it printed and defended an op-ed in which Jews are described as land thieves with ugly noses and a superiority complex.

Non-Jewish French Actress Catherine Jacob Faces Antisemitism

Hannah Brown, August 8 2019

The 62-year-old star said she was often questioned about her Jewish-sounding name and that the query was always, “asked with a grimace... It’s insane.”

Sweden: Whitewashing Its Anti-Semitism?

Nima Gholam Ali Pour, August 8 2019

Malmö, the third-largest city in Sweden, has become known for its vibrant anti-Semitism. It should consequently not be surprising that many Jews there do not feel safe.

Rabbi Shmuley Is Wrong About The New Testament And Evangelical Christians

Michael Brown, August 11 2019

There is no denying that professing Christians through the centuries have used the New Testament to justify their antisemitism, most recently in the tragic synagogue shooting in Poway, California.

More Than 100 Tires Belonging To Jews Slashed In Orthodox Lakewood

JTA, August 18 2019

Lakewood is the home to a large haredi, or ultra-Orthodox, Jewish community and one of the biggest yeshivas in the United States. Police are investigating the incidents as hate crimes.

Canadian paper apologises after running ‘antisemitic’ cartoon

JTA, August 13, 2019

A Canadian newspaper that ran a cartoon seen as antisemitic has apologised following backlash from the local Jewish community.

What about the Nazis? Lawmakers question ‘anti-Jewish’ curriculum for California schools

Hannah Wiley, August 13 2019

California Jewish lawmakers are calling for revisions to a proposed state ethnic studies curriculum that they said promotes anti-Semitic stereotypes and unfairly criticizes Israel, according to a letter they sent to the Department of Education last month.

Labour MEP leader lashes out at antisemitism campaigner in response to questions over tweets he liked

JC Reporter, August 12 2019

The leader of Labour MEPs has defended himself over a pattern of approving tweets that minimised Labour's antisemitism crisis - only to lash out at the campaigner who accused him.

Egyptian Journalist Al-Azab Al-Tayyeb: Holocaust – Zionist Propaganda; 'To Obtain More Money, Israel Invented Stories About Nazis Using Gas Chambers' For 'Mass Murder Of Jews' – But They're Too Small To Be Used For Genocide

Memri, August 13 2019

Al-Azab Al-Tayyeb: "The Zionist lobby exists not only in the Zionist entity. It is present in Europe, in America, and in other regions in the world, such as Canada, and in some regions of South Africa."

World Leaders To Mark 75th Anniversary Of Auschwitz Liberation In Israel

Ilanit Chernick, August 14, 2019

Among world leaders that have confirmed their attendance are French President Emmanuel Macron, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Italian President Sergio Mattarella and Austrian President H.E. Mr. Alexander Van der Bellen.

Police investigate after antisemitism campaigner targeted on Twitter

Mathilde Frot, August 13 2019

Police are investigating after an antisemitism campaigner was targeted on Twitter with a message warning “Tick tock. Karma is coming” along with bomb and wrist watch emojis.

UN Asks Palestinians To Explain Hate Speech, Antisemitism

Tovah Lazaroff, August 14 2019

Committee member Silva Albuquerque said he had been briefed by NGOs earlier in the day on examples of racism and antisemitism in the PA, particularly in its school books.

Chris Williamson to take Labour to court over ‘unlawful’ suspension for antisemitism comments

Benjamin Kentish, August 14 2019

The Derby North MP has launched a crowdfunding project to help him “overturn the unconstitutional decision to ‘re-suspend’ me from the party I love”.

UK's Jewish Labour Movement Exposes Antisemitic Attacks On Social Media

Ilanit Chernick, August 25, 2019

“We receive huge volumes of abuse, across all social media platforms,” a Jewish Labour spokesman said. “Today, we wanted to share just a tiny proportion of what we receive.”

Soccer Team Refuses To Acknowledge Its Fans Over Anti-Semitic Chants

Marcy Oster/JTA, August 26 2019

Among the fans chants were calling the club’s sporting director Thomas Sobotzik a “Jewish pig” and chanted “at least Daniel Frahn is not a negro.”

Journalist Dimitri Verhulst writes that Jews have 'ugly noses' in anti-Israel article

JC Reporter, August 5 2019

Writing in De Morgen, Dimitri Verhulst misquotes singer-songwriter Serge Gainsbourg, writing: "Being Jewish is not a religion, no God would give creatures such an ugly nose."

‘Dirty Jews’: Man shoves Jewish family's pram before hurling antisemitic abuse in St Albans street

Tim Wyatt, August 5 2019

Police are investigating after a Jewish family was subjected to an antisemitic attack while on a day out in St Albans.

Ex-Labour MP George Galloway is SACKED by TalkRADIO for 'anti-Semitic' Spurs tweet saying that Liverpool's Champions League win meant there would be 'no Israel flags on the Cup'

Jewish Telegraphic Agency, June 2, 2019

Hard Left former Labour MP George Galloway has been sacked as a radio pundit after being accused of 'blatant anti-Semitism' in a tweet about Spurs' defeat in the Champions League final. 

Labour candidate Lisa Forbes apologises for backing antisemitic post

The Jerusalem Post, June 3, 2019

Jewish groups have demanded that Labour disown its candidate in the Peterborough by-election after she had endorsed an antisemitic Facebook post.

German official is wrong. Giving in to hate is not the answer to rising anti-Semitism

The Jerusalem Post, June 1, 2019

Felix Klein, a federal official in Germany responsible for combating anti-Semitism, warned German Jews against wearing kippas everywhere in public last week after a government report showed a 20% increase in anti-Semitic crimes since 2018. Klein has since clarified that his comments were meant to “shake up the debate” after his initial remarks were met with swift condemnation from officials around the world.

'Hitler is coming' message found at New York City Jewish Children's Museum

The Jerusalem Post, June 2, 2019

Police are investigating an anti-Semitic message found at the Jewish Children’s Museum in Brooklyn.

Senate unanimously condemns anti-Semitism

Jewish Telegraphic Agency, June 14, 2019

The resolution passed Thursday was introduced by Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Tim Kaine, D-Va. It lists a number of classic anti-Semitic slanders and prohibitions on freedoms imposed on Jews overseas and in the United States. It also alludes to recent deadly attacks on U.S. synagogues.

Man spray paints anti-Semitic message on Harlem building

The Jerusalem Post, June 12, 2019

Police are searching for a man who spray painted an anti-Semitic message on the façade of a medical office building in Harlem.

Rantz: Mayor Durkan finally condemns anti-Semitism in Seattle Council race

The Jerusalem Post, June 19, 2019

“I want to thank you for all you do to better Seattle, and to join you to make clear in the strongest possible terms that I condemn and reject any anti-Semitic attacks and threats of violence on Mr. Hoffman and his family,” Mayor Durkan wrote to Friedland. “Any threats, especially those with bias, will be investigated and will not be tolerated in Seattle.” 


The Jerusalem Post, June 13, 2019

Why would one of England’s most famous football clubs be involved in the fight against antisemitism? “We are trying to use the power of football to make a difference,” explains Bruce Buck, Chelsea Football Club’s chairman. countries.

Roman Abramovich donates $5m to Jewish Agency to fight anti-Semitism

Jewish Telegraphic Agency, June 13, 2019

The Russian billionaire's donation is the largest ever received by the body, which helps Jewish communities across the world, according to a spokesperson.

German minister ignores antisemitism at ‘anti-Israel' Jewish museum

The Jerusalem Post, June 13, 2019

Experts in the field of antisemitism in America, Israel and Germany have accused Monika Grütters, the German federal minister for culture and media, of ignoring a series of alleged antisemitic scandals at Berlin’s Jewish museum.

German Antisemitism Commissioner Slams Berlin's Pro-BDS 'Anti-Jewish Museum'

The Jerusalem Post, June 10, 2019

B'nai B'rith International says museum is "distorting Israel's capital Jerusalem."

From Berlin to DC: Assualt on Jewish Symbols

The Jerusalem Post, June 10, 2019

But the very fact we are debating this shows how antisemitism and hatred of Jews has become commonplace in many countries.

Rabbi attacked in central Argentina

Jewish Telegraphic Agency, June 10, 2019

A rabbi in Rosario, the third most populous city in Argentina, was verbally and physically attacked in violence that has been characterized as anti-Semitic.

Coral Gables City Commission passes resolution condemning anti-Semitism

Coral Gables News, June 10, 2019

The Coral Gables City Commission passed a resolution on May 14 condemning anti-Semitism as well as discrimination and bigotry against all minorities.

Hate crime campaign: Jewish community receive 'regular, even daily, abuse

Jersey Evening Post, June 9, 2019

MEMBERS of the Jewish community receive ‘regular, even daily’ anti-Semitic abuse in Jersey, according to the president of the Jersey Jewish Congregation, who has called on Islanders from minority groups to stand up and report instances of hate.

350 rally against antisemitism in Boston area

The Jerusalem Post, June 7, 2019

The two friends were out on a walk on Saturday, May 25, when a group of about three or four pickup trucks slowed alongside them, Schusterman reported to the Peabody police. The driver of the lead truck shouted an antisemitic obscenity and hurled a penny out of his window, yelling “something to the effect of ‘go pick up the penny [expletive] Jew,” Schusterman reported.

Latin American leader condemns antisemitism, decries Hezbollah

The Jerusalem Post, June 7, 2019

OAS Secretary General Luis Almagro’s announcement Tuesday in Washington makes him the first Latin American leader to do so.

Volkswagen Funds ADL Office In Germany For Combating Anti-Semitism

Fast Forward, June 4, 2019

Volkswagen, the car manufacturing giant, is joining with the Anti-Defamation League to fund a Berlin-based office that will research and combat anti-Semitism in Europe.

Eliot Engel wins Met Council's 'Fighting Hate and Antisemitism Award'

JERUSALEM POST, June 4, 2019

“I am so honored to receive the Fighting Hate and Antisemitism Award from the Met Council on Jewish Poverty," Engel said. "As Chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and a member of the House Antisemitism Task Force, combating hate and antisemitism remains a huge priority of mine, especially in these trying times.

Anti-Semitism in America is an apolitical cancer

Washington Examiner, June 7, 2019

Anti-Semitism is a serious and deadly disease in the United States. And in many ways, it is getting worse.

Hate in the city: Anti-Semitism still rising across Brooklyn and Queens

Brooklyn Paper, June 6, 2019

New York City may be the safest big city in the America, according to the mayor and police commissioner — but it is not immune from the troubling wave of anti-Semitism across the country.

Labour chief Peter Willsman suspended over antisemitism

The Times, June 1, 2019

Peter Willsman, who was re-elected to Labour’s national executive committee (NEC) by party members last summer, said that the rows over antisemitism were “all lies”. He claimed that rabbis who had criticised the party were “obviously organised” by Israel and that party staff worked for the Israeli embassy.

Williams College Investigated for Anti-Jewish Discrimination

The Times, June 4, 2019

The U.S. Department of Education is investigating Williams College for discrimination against Jewish students after the student government declined to recognize a pro-Israel student group.

Amid rising anti-Semitism, one British university has a thriving Jewish life

The Times of Israel, June 7, 2019

Before arriving at this British city’s university, James Harris reckoned that he was probably in store for some anti-Semitic abuse during his academic studies.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Bill Banning Anti-Semitism in Schools, Universities

The Tower, June 4, 2019

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis officially signed into law on Friday legislation prohibiting anti-Semitism in public schools and universities, two days after a ceremonial signing in Israel.

Watchdog launches inquiry into Labour antisemitism

The Times, May 29, 2019

Labour is being investigated to see if it has unlawfully discriminated against Jews, a move that has reignited the party’s row over antisemitism.

'We Have an Anti-Semitism Crisis': NYPD Reports 83% Spike in Hate Crimes

CBN News, May 28, 2019

The New York Police Department (NYPD) has seen a shocking increase in hate crimes this year, especially against the city's Jewish population.

Germany Urges Locals to Wear Skullcaps in Solidarity With Jews

Haaretz, May 28, 2019

Felix Klein's statements come after he made headlines last week, warning Jews not to wear kippas in public spaces amid recent rise in anti-Semitic crimes in Germany

Stop Anti-Semitism Now To Prevent Future Holocausts

Jewish Herald Voice, May 30, 2019

In the past six months, we’ve witnessed deadly shootings at two different synagogues in the U.S., where, today, if you’re Jewish, you are twice as likely as other religious minorities to be the target of hate crimes, according to law enforcement data.

Men In Car Chase Jewish Teens In Brooklyn, Yell 'We Love Hitler'

WCBS News Radio 880, May 20, 2019

Men in a car harassed two Hasidic teens leaving a Sabbath gathering in Brooklyn in the latest reported act of hate targeting the Hasidic community.

UK lecturer accused of anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial is dismissed

The Times of Israel, May 29, 2019

University of Essex held tribunal over computer science teacher Maaruf Ali, who also urged students to prevent formation of campus Jewish society.

Amid rising anti-Semitism, one university is attracting Jews

Arutz Sheva, May 29, 2019

This British university provides an island of tolerance for Jewish students amid rising anti-Semitism.

Merkel: Jewish institutions must have police patrols

The Times, May 29, 2019

Every Jewish institution in Germany requires police protection amid a surge in antisemitic violence, Angela Merkel has said.


The Jerusalem Post, May 15, 2019

In past years, Frankfurt, Munich and Berlin decided to deny financial support and municipal rooms, in the future, to the BDS campaign that is hostile to Israel.

Virginia Lawmaker Connected to Anti-Semitic Groups

The Washington Free Beacon, May 21, 2019

A member of the Virginia legislature and former volunteer for Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D., Mich.) is connected to multiple anti-Semitic organizations and is the son of a Hamas fundraiser.

Anti-Semitism doesn’t happen in a vacuum

The Enquirer Daily News, May 20, 2019

Each year on Holocaust Remembrance Day, people from all backgrounds remember the horrors perpetrated in the 1940s and the threats of anti-Semitism. But for Jews, Holocaust Remembrance Day — which we recently commemorated — is increasingly a day for an even more unpleasant ritual: confronting the reality of anti-Semitism today.

Al Jazeera journalists suspended after posting anti-Semitic video about Holocaust

The Hill, May 20, 2019

Al Jazeera suspended two journalists after they posted a video that questioned "how true" the Holocaust is.


The Jerusalem Post, April 23, 2019

The Jewish Community Council of Northern London is complaining about an increase in crime in the community targeted against Jews.

Berlin 2018: More than a thousand antisemitic incidents

Arutz Sheva, April 24, 2019

In 2018 there were 1083 antisemitic incidents in Berlin. This figure is disclosed in a new report of the Research and Information Center for Antisemitism in Berlin [RIAS].

Farrakhan calls Jews ‘satanic’ after denying he is anti-Semitic

Associated Press, May 12, 2019

Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan referenced “Satanic Jews” in a speech denying allegations of anti-Semitism, misogyny and homophobia after Facebook banned him from the social media platform.


Newsweek, May 13, 2019

A school in Virginia is on high alert after racist and anti-Semitic graffiti was found scrawled on its grounds, including one threatening a shooting.

Romanian state museum director pens anti-Semitic conspiracy theory

BBC, April 23, 2019

The head of Romania’s state-funded Bucharest Municipality Museum published an op-ed that critics say promotes anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.

Police investigate reports swastikas etched into book in Golders Green

Jewish Press, April 24, 2019

Police are investigating reports swastikas were etched into the back of a book left on a Jewish newspaper stand in Golders Green.

Rabbi, wife assaulted in Kenya robbery, reportedly called anti-Semitic slurs

The Times of Israel, April 24, 2019

A rabbi and his wife were injured in Kenya during a violent assault at their Jewish community center and synagogue, which serves as their home, in what they said was a robbery featuring anti-Semitism.

Berlin 2018: More than a thousand antisemitic incidents

Haaretz, April 24, 2019

In 2018 there were 1083 antisemitic incidents in Berlin. This figure is disclosed in a new report of the Research and Information Center for Antisemitism in Berlin [RIAS]. It represents an increase of 14% over 2017. The incidents included 46 physical attacks, 43 cases of intentional damage to property, and 46 threats.

Anti-Semites Don’t Just Hate Jews. They’re Targeting Freedom.

BBC, April 30, 2019

This is not how I usually feel after Passover. In my family, Passover is the holiday we look forward to all year.

Rabbi Sacks on the Intrinsic Link Between Antisemitism and Anti-Zionism

Jewish Press, May 1, 2019

As we approach Yom HaShoah, the day in the Jewish calendar when we remember the victims of the Holocaust, we tragically continue to see levels of antisemitism and antisemitic attacks rising in countries all over the world.


The Jerusalem Post, May 2, 2019

Violent attacks on Jews and Jewish targets around the world rose in 2018, a report by the Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry released on Wednesday indicated.

Arson Disrupts Passover Meal at Russia's Largest Yeshiva

Haaretz, April 19, 2019

Swastikas were drawn at the yeshiva in an eastern Moscow suburb. No injuries were reported.

The Functions of Anti-Semitism

BBC, April 15, 2019

Vandals badly damaged 73 gravestones in the north-eastern town of Husi earlier this month, amid a surge in anti-Semitic attacks across Europe.


The Jerusalem Post, April 21, 2019

As antisemitism ascended in pre-Holocaust Austria, a Jewish writer in Vienna – Hugo Bettauer – wrote a futuristic allegorical novel entitled The City Without Jews.

Jewish effigy hanged and burned in ‘disturbing’ Easter ritual in Poland

Independent, April 22, 2019

A Jewish effigy has been hanged and burned as part of an Easter ritual in Poland, an incident condemned as “deeply disturbing” by the Jewish community.

The New York Times’ Anti-Semitism Is Shocking, but Not Surprising

Independent, April 30, 2019

This week, the New York Times got itself into hot water for printing a blatantly Jew-hating cartoon in its international edition.

The Functions of Anti-Semitism


This summer, Nazi symbols and the slogan "Jews will not replace us" at a rally of white nationalists in Charlottesville, Virginia, generated a rare clarifying moment in an otherwise politically scrambled time.

Newsweek's Ilhan Omar cover, article, slammed for 'normalizing' hate, anti-Semitism

FOX NEWS, APRIL 10, 2019

Newsweek magazine is in hot water for “normalizing” hate after featuring embattled Minnesota Democrat Ilhan Omar as the cover story about how she shifted the Democratic Party and the conversation about Israel.

Attacks Against Jews in Crown Heights Stir Old Fears and New Dialogue


Two Crown Heights old-timers gathered elementary school students in the auditorium of P.S. 289. They walked to the stage, allowing a moment for the student body to absorb the evident differences.

Why Has Explicit Anti-Semitism At A UNC/Duke Conference About Gaza Been Ignored By The Media?

FORBES, APRIL 15, 2019

A few weeks ago there was a major conference, Conflict Over Gaza, sponsored by the Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies and UNC Global. One of the presenters at this high-profile conference was the Palestinian rapper Tamer Nafar.

Harry Reid says stopping anti-Semitism more important than casting blame


Former Senate majority leader says he refuses to allow discussion of Jew hatred to become a partisan issue, cites swastika at Bernie Sanders event


This Week in Antisemitism


The surge of hatred is increasingly hard to ignore.


Episode #25: The Rise of Antisemitism


Providence Editor Robert Nicholson discusses the roots and the recent rise of antisemitism, and its why this should concern Christians and Jews alike.

The Epidemic Of Anti-Jewish Hate Crimes In Brooklyn Is No Hoax


While the nation was focused on a hoaxed hate crime, Brooklyn's Jews have been repeatedly and actually attacked. Are we not discussing it because most of the perpetrators are black?

A New Year’s Resolution, An Ancient Evil: Combatting Antisemitism in 2019


The growing prominence of the B.D.S. movement — and the backlash to it — is widening fault lines from college campuses to Capitol Hill.




We are united in our desire to build what Paul VI called “a civilization of love,” which is why the murder of the Jewish worshippers in Pittsburgh was also an attack on the Jews’ “younger brothers” in the faith, Christians who worship the God of Israel.


The Rise of Antisemitism in the US: Despicable, Deadly, and Un-Christian


Each and every Christian should be clear on this point: Anti-Semitism in any and all forms is a despicable evil.

Christians cannot be bystanders to antisemitism


“The Pittsburgh massacre represents everything that is wrong with the world today: hatred, dehumanization, division,” Nicholson said. “But in targeting the Jewish people, the killer went even further. An attack against Jews is an attack on the moral foundations of our society, a society that was built on the Hebraic values that the Jewish people brought to the world.” 

Ex-London Mayor Ken Livingstone: 'It’s not anti-Semitic to hate the Jews of Israel'


Former London Mayor Ken Livingstone says he doesn’t believe it’s anti-Semitic to hate Jewish citizens of Israel — the bulk of the population in the Middle East's only democracy.

Nationalist protesters take over New York Square as Polish anti-semitic debate spreads to U.S.


A large group of Polish nationalists took over a major square in downtown Manhattan on Sunday, protesting U.S. legislation that seeks to compensate Holocaust survivors whose property was seized during World War II.

Historic Achievement: UN Condemns Anti-Semitism


The UN General Assembly convened a special session on Tuesday to adopt a resolution condemning hate crimes.

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Columbia Prof Says Zionists Are ‘Beneficiaries of Anti-Semitism’


Columbia Iranian Studies Professor Hamid Dabashi wrote in a March 17 op-ed for Al Jazeera that Zionists are “the beneficiaries of anti-Semitism.”

My Encounter With Anti-Semitism On The Streets Of New York City


Earlier this month I had just arrived in this city on a visit and was walking along the street in the downtown Chelsea neighborhood chatting with Eddy Portnoy, a Yiddish scholar and the author of the wonderful book “Bad Rabbi,” when a homeless man approached us and began screaming


Why is European Antisemitism rising?


People frequently ask me why European antisemitism keeps rising. In newspapers they read about increase in incidents in various major countries.


Today’s Antisemitism Is the Fight Against Israel


Jean-Paul Sartre once wrote that when it comes to antisemitism, there’s a strange kind of associated optimism: Once the evil embodied by the Jewish people is eliminated, harmony will finally be reestablished.


How France Became a Dangerous Place to Be a Jew


Anti-Semitism is rising throughout the Western world, a byproduct of the nationalist, nativist wave that has targeted cosmopolitan, globalized elites as culprits for growing inequality and cultural alienation.