Israeli athletes receive invitations to their own funerals ahead of Paris Olympics
Security concerns mount as Judo champion Peter Palchik and swimmer Meiron Cheruti were targeted with disturbing death threats. Read More.
Anti-Israel resolutions on docket for US teachers union
The American Federation of Teachers will vote on proposals that fuel “discrimination and hatred against Jews,” critics say. Read More.
WaPo condemned for criticizing parents of US-Israeli hostage
In a deleted tweet, The Washington Post criticized the parents of U.S.-Israeli Hamas hostage Omer Neutra, saying they "don't talk about Israel's assault on Gaza." Read More.
Disney's Marvel scrubs Israeli background of Jewish character for upcoming movie
Marvel Enterainment, a subsidiary of Disney, is under fire for erasing the Israeli heritage of longtime Jewish superhero Sabra ahead of her appearance in a new movie. Read More.
Man charged under hate crime statute for synagogue threats, antisemitic messages
A Boca Raton man accused of making antisemitic threats has been charged under the Florida Hate Crime Statute by the Palm Beach County State Attorney. Read More.
Jewish Man Attacked in Northwest D.C. in Alleged Hate Crime
A Jewish man wearing a kippah was attacked on July 10 in the Washington, D.C., neighborhood of Foggy Bottom, and authorities are investigating the incident as a hate crime. Read More.
Trump Assassination Attempt Sparks Antisemitic Conspiracy Theories and Violent, “Revenge” Rhetoric
On July 13, 2024, Donald Trump suffered minor injuries when an individual fired multiple shots at the former president shortly after Trump took the stage during a campaign rally in Butler, PA. Read More.
Israel, Local South Florida Leaders Push Back Against Antisemitism
Aventura— Nine months after the horrific Hamas terror attack against Israel that led to a string of violent antisemitic riots and protests around the U.S., the movement to stop antisemitism is growing as leaders like Miami’s Israeli Consulate General Maor Elbaz-Starlinsky continue to press forward to bring awareness to the rise of hatred against the Jewish community. Read More.
'Suffer the Consequences': Pizzo Vows to Pull Support from Cities who Oppose Israel
Intent on smothering antisemitism in Florida, Democratic Senator Jason Pizzo claimed city commissioners against Israel would "suffer the consequences," as they would lose his state-level support for what he views as being on the wrong side of history. Read More.
UF kicks pro-Palestinian protesters out of school for up to 4 years
In secretive hearings, the University of Florida set aside recommendations to lightly punish some of the college students arrested after pro-Palestinian protests on campus and kicked them all out of school for three to four years. Read More.
Columbia deans removed over texts that officials say included antisemitic tropes
Multiple deans at Columbia University have been removed from their positions after texts were revealed that were antisemitic in nature, according to a message from the school’s president Monday. Read More.
NYPD: June antisemitic hate crimes shot up 137% from last year
Law enforcement in New York City released a report documenting bigoted incidents in June, showing a surge from the previous year, attributed to protests inspired by the Hamas terrorist attacks in southern Israel on Oct. 7. Read More.
Rep. Randy Fine calls for textbook ‘ban’ after FIU student reveals antisemitic test questions
Rep. Randy Fine said he intends to see a textbook "banned" that provided antisemitic test questions at the Florida International University. Read More.
Native NYer living in Israel warns Jews to ‘get the hell out’ of US now as antisemitic crimes continue to soar: ‘You are no longer safe’
“Jews, get out now. Get the hell out while you still can,” Hillel Fuld warned in an interview with The Post. Read More.
Florida man becomes 6th charged with antisemitic mob beating of Jewish man in Times Square
A Florida man became the sixth attacker indicted in the brutal caught-on-camera beating of a Jewish man in Times Square in 2021, Manhattan prosecutors said Thursday. Read More.

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