Jackie Walker also questioned the need for security at Jewish institutions, during a workshop on how to confront anti-Semitism and engage Jewish voters.
Shimon Peres knew that Jew-hatred was 'a problem for the goyim'; unfortunately he was less clear-eyed about foreign dictatorships.
Mike Katz says it makes him 'weep' that his party, scrutinized over the proliferation of anti-Semitic incidents, 'is not seen as a welcoming home for Jews.'
Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has 'never been as vociferous in condemning anti-Semitism as he should be,' says Lord Parry Mitchell.
During Israel's second intifada, Sitruk advised French Jewish men to wear hats instead of skullcaps so as not to alert potential harassers.
Barring a last-minute shock, Jeremy Corbyn will win the leadership vote for the British Labour Party on Saturday. But the same questions remain about his fans.
As America becomes aware of the alt-right, it should also get acquainted with its mirror image: the alt-left, a loose association of activists with one unifying object of hate: Israel.
When Donald Trump Jr., serial retweeter of the alt-right who likes to compare Syrian refugees to poisonous candy, jokes about the Nazi gas chambers, should Jews, in the current atmosphere of hate, ease off the Holocaust humor?
The unknown vandals tore photographs on display at Liberty Square and damaged or removed objects donated to the Living Memorial by survivors and their descendants.
Jewish U.S. organization hires its first director of technology to confront 'burgeoning issue of cyberhate' and sets up base in Silicon Valley.