A leaked foreign ministry cable reveals the Israeli government's aim to stir popular sentiment in the US and elsewhere against Ben & Jerry’s and Unilever.
In countries like India and Israel Muslims are being scapegoated for the spread of Covid-19.
In New York alone, there has been a 21 percent increase in crimes targeting Jewish people in the past year.
The US President has divided Jewish citizens of the US into two camps: loyal and disloyal. Trump's statement employs a dangerous anti-Semitic trope that puts the minority in danger.
Authorities are worries about the nature of far-right violence, with politicians becoming the target of fatal attacks.
During the past 10 years, 73 percent of domestic extremist killings in the US were carried out by right-wing movements and the number does not seem to be decreasing.
19-year-old terrorist John Earnest confessed to setting a nearby mosque on fire last month and professed to drawing inspiration from the New Zealand terror attacker.
"Around the world, we are seeing ever-rising anti-Muslim hatred, anti-Semitism, racism and xenophobia," Antonio Guterres says while citing the New Zealand mosque attacks by a white supremacist as well as a 2018 synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh.
One of the terrorists who killed at least 50 people at two mosques had several Islamophobic names and dates of war against Muslims inscribed on his gun, while Turks were shown as one of the main targets.
Tlaib criticism of the anti-BDS legislation and the backlash it generated from rightwing groups hides the fact that Muslims and Jews are in danger in America.
Is the antisemitism debate in the UK is being weaponised to stifle debate on criticising Israeli?
Structural discrimination against Jewish people was a norm from the Middle Ages to the19th and 20th century Europe, but such institutional practices weren't common in the Middle East. We examine the origins of anti-Semitism.
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