Antisemitism

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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Chabad of Poway synagogue attacker was an Orthodox Presbyterian Church member

"In the case of the OPC—a denomination of around 30,000 people—a single killer is one too many, but hardly a sign of widespread, anti-Semitic radicalization among our youth." - Who’s to Blame When the Shooter Is One of Our Own?

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CNN Survey Puts Spotlight on Attitudes Toward Jews in Europe

"More than one-fifth of the participants believe Jews have immense amounts of influence in global politics and finance. On the other hand, more than one-third of the individuals stated they didn’t have much information regarding the death of six million Jews during the 1930s to the 1940s under the Nazi regime." - WR News

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