Police found crossbow, knives in raids on homes of 11 members of 'Wolf Brigade 44,' which the German government says wants a Nazi state
Amid an uptick in antisemitic incidents in the county, Rabbi Moshe Zev Feldman of Lakewood is the target of a 'horrifying' crime
In a conference hosted by the Jewish Labour Movement, party leader Keir Starmer and his deputy Angela Rayner continued their efforts to repair the damages of the Corbyn era
The comments drew outrage from Hungary’s Jewish community, including the Unified Hungarian Jewish Congregation, which called the article 'tasteless' and 'unforgivable'
The case has been transferred to Austria's agency that investigates acts of extremism and terrorism
The Israel boycott movement is a dismal failure, but the hard-right in the U.S. and Israel is determined to keep it alive. And Pompeo has excellent reasons to join this illusory crusade
The slurs against Democratic candidates in Georgia's election runoffs are the perfect showcase for how Trump and Netanyahu have twisted what 'pro-Israel' means, and why antisemitism so often follows in their wake
Lawyer and former justice minister Irwin Cotler has worked for several prisoners of conscience, including Nelson Mandela and Andrei Sakharov
'Forum for Democracy' leader Thierry Baudet resigns following accusations that the party's youth branch shared Nazi songs in a Whatsapp group
There is no such thing as a Semitic race. There are only Semitic languages. I am a Semite because I speak and write Hebrew. My parents were not Semites because they spoke Yiddish
Praised as a talented manager with knowledge of DHS, Mayorkas has emphasized the heightened threat facing American Jews
Corbyn's already been tossed on the scrap heap of history, and Trump is on his way. But with populist antisemitism still growing, the threat Jewish communities face goes beyond the toxic legacy of any one figure
Federal prosecutors urged the judges to find the defendant 'seriously culpable,' which would bar him from early release
The incident is the third reported act of antisemitic vandalism in Germany this week and is being treated as an antisemitic hate crime by police
Board of Deputies of British Jews decries 'retrograde step for the party in its relations with the community'
From Trump’s QAnon-fueled fiction, to Douglas Macgregor’s 'Jews buy support for Israel,' to Marjorie Taylor Greene’s 'Zionist supremacist genocide,' the GOP has a toxic antisemitic conspiracy theory problem. The Democrats don't have clean hands either
Antisemitic incidents again comprised the majority of hate crimes based on religion in the U.S.
Douglas Macgregor, one of several Trump loyalists recently installed at the Pentagon, says the pro-Israeli lobby in the United States is trying to drag America into war
'A Jewish veterinarian will stick the needle! Terror countdown,' read the article, which referred to the potential COVID-19 vaccine as 'poison'
A few cracks but no big GOP break with Trump on Biden’s win
A truck with a banner 'No to Jewish demands' rode along in the March, as thousands flout coronavirus restrictions to chants of 'God, honour, fatherland'
The former speaker of the House falsely tied Jewish philanthropist George Soros to accusations of election theft. The Anti-Defamation League, the leading U.S. organization fighting antisemitism, told Haaretz that public officials should avoid such language
'The reason Kristallnacht led to the Holocaust was the lack of serious action by world leaders' during the event and afterward, Chief Rabbi Yaakov Dov Bleich of Ukraine wrote Monday on Facebook
'The church now wants to recognize that it laid the ground under which antisemitism and hatred could flourish,' chairman says at a ceremony commemorating Kristallnacht
George Soros has donated billions of his personal wealth to liberal and anti-authoritarian causes around the world, making him a favored target among many on the right
At a ceremony marking the anniversary of the Kristallnacht pogrom, statement says church’s role began long before Hitler came to power in Germany
The white nationalist march in Charlottesville reminded Joe Biden of Europe in the 1930s and convinced him to run for president. It became a central theme in his march to the White House
Joel Rubin, the executive director of the American Jewish Congress, called for the ad to be taken down, saying, 'Antisemitism has no place in our politics'
My daughter’s question haunted me: Our sense of safety has been deeply shaken over the last four years. That’s why, as an African-American Jew, backing Biden is one of the easiest choices I’ve ever made
'It was definitely vandalism and it was definitely political in nature but we have no reason to call this straight up antisemitism,' says regional ADL director