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Couple Whose Parents Survived Holocaust Discover Swastika, Nazi Bolts on Fence in Australia

“This sight turned my stomach and made me furious that in this day and age, we still have people advocating for genocide.”

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Jewish Groups Condemn Philadelphia NAACP Head for Posting ‘Anti-Semitic Meme’ to Facebook Page

The head of the Philadelphia NAACP said, “It was never my intention to offend anyone or cause any hurt.”

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French Party Leader Says Jesus’ ‘Compatriots’ Killed Him

In a July 16 radio interview, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, leader of the far-left French political party La France Insoumise (France Unbowed), said that Jesus Christ’s “compatriots” put him on the cross. According to i24 News, Mélenchon was asked if “the police should be like Jesus on the cross and not reply” during the anti-racism protests. Mélenchon […]

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ADL Hosts Discussion on Passage of Georgia Hate Crime Law

In a July 10 Zoom webinar, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) discussed how Georgia was able pass and have signed into law its recent hate crimes bill. Speaking at the event were former Georgia Gov. Roy Barnes, a Democrat; Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter Maya Prabhu; and Coca-Cola Director of Government Relations Gene Rackley. (The soft drink company […]

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NY Orthodox Jewish Man Assaulted, Subjected to Anti-Semitic Slurs

A 51-year-old Orthodox Jewish man in Brooklyn reportedly was assaulted and subjected to anti-Semitic slurs as he was walking home on July 12. The Algemeiner reported that three males, believed to be between the ages of 18 and 20, drove next to the Jewish man and started hurling anti-Semitic epithets at him. The perpetrators proceeded […]

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Actor Nick Cannon Says Zionists, Rothschilds Have ‘Too Much Power,’ Praises Farrakhan

Actor Nick Cannon currently is under fire for espousing comments that have been criticized as anti-Semitic, including that Zionists and Rothschilds have “too much power.” On July 12, Jewish Insider reported that Cannon said in a 2019 episode of “Cannon’s Class” − Cannon’s YouTube talk show − that recently went viral on Twitter that people […]

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NFL’s Redskins Announce Intention to Change Name After Years of Pressure, Including From ADL

(JTA) — Yielding to mounting pressure from sponsors and advocacy groups, the NFL’s Washington Redskins announced Monday that they are changing their name. The team’s Jewish owner, Daniel Snyder, had adamantly refused to consider a name change for years, despite criticism that the name was offensive to Native Americans. The Anti-Defamation League and the Reform […]

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Kansas GOP County Chairman Apologizes for Cartoon Comparing Mask Mandate With Holocaust

The chairman of the Republican Party in Anderson County, Kansas, apologized for publishing an editorial cartoon in his weekly newspaper on July 3 that compared the statewide mandatory mask order with the Holocaust. The cartoon, which was published in the Anderson County Review, depicts Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly, a Democrat, wearing a mask with a […]

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