Antisemitism

“The alt-right is not the future of the Right, but to make sure of it, we must push its hateful ideologies back in the dark corner where they belong.”

“Is this the sort of thing with which First Things, that highbrow ecumenical journal of religion in public life, wants its brand to be associated? Would the journal's late founder, Father Neuhaus, be proud?” - Madeline Fry

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Survey: 88% of American Jews say anti-Semitism is a problem in the U.S. today

"A first-of-its-kind survey from the American Jewish Committee finds that 88% of American Jews say anti-Semitism is a problem in the U.S. today and nearly a third report they avoid publicly wearing, carrying or displaying objects or symbols that might help people identify them as Jewish." - RNS

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Some Pittsburgh Jews upset by decision to seek death penalty in synagogue attack

"Two of the three congregations that met inside the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh said they were saddened and disappointed with the news that federal prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty against a man accused of killing 11 Jews at their place of worship last year." - RNS

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Prager: Criticism of Israel Is Not Anti-Semitism; Anti-Zionism Is

"Imagine a group of people who work to destroy Italy because, they claim, Italy's origins are illegitimate. Imagine further that these people maintain that of all the countries in the world, only Italy is illegitimate. And then imagine that these people vigorously deny they are in any way anti-Italian. Would you believe them?" - Daily Wire

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Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib Partnered with Vicious Anti-Semites to Plan Their Trip to Israel

"First, the group [Miftah] actually published blood libel, posting an article that accused “the Jews [of using] the blood of Christians in the Jewish Passover.” ...It’s also published an American neo-Nazi treatise... But that’s not all, not by a long shot. The group celebrates terrorists, including an evil woman who helped murder 13 Israeli children." - National Review

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Jews Feel 'Less Secure' in America, Most Blame Trump for Rise of Anti-Semitism

"A new survey from Democratic pollster Stan Greenberg reveals that 73 percent of American Jews feel 'less secure' in the United States than they were two years ago. The poll, which was released Wednesday, comes after two deadly synagogue shootings in Poway, California and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania." - CBN

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