Thursday, April 26, 2018
One of the victims of the San Bernardino shooting at a facility for the disabled was a Messianic Jew who wore tzitzit fringes and a Star of David.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today reiterated its concerns over recent alleged anti-Semitic incidents that have taken place across New York City.
'We are deeply disturbed by this horrific assault, shocked that it occurred in a neighborhood where Jews largely don't fear being singled out for violence.'
A worker at a Jewish shop was beaten in New York yesterday in what appears to be a hate crime.
Obama called the family of Ezra Schwartz on Monday to offer condolences after the Massachusetts teen was killed in a Palestinian attack in Israel last week.
A New York City subway has been covered with the Nazi insignia in an ad promotion for a new Amazon series.
Avis refused to supply him with a vehicle, with a worker saying that it was 'company policy' not to accept Israeli drivers licenses.
The US Holocaust Museum and Memorial, arguably America's leading voice on Holocaust history, issued a strong statement of support for Syrian refugees.
Pollard, who was arrested in 1985 for selling US secrets to Israel, was released after 30 years in prison.
The ADL urged other governors to keep their doors open to refugees during this humanitarian crisis.


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