A viral picture on Twitter showed two men wearing Nazi flag armbands reportedly handing out Nazi political party applications and anti-Semitic pamphlets in Henryville, Indiana.
Israel, and the world, must cease all "pay-for-slay" payments to fund terrorism.
Claims Conference launch #NoDenyingIt campaign urging that denial of atrocity which killed six million Jews be classed as hate crime on the platform
"What we saw on those walls is not reflective of our community," said Dylan Brennan, mayor of University Heights, Ohio.
Some Twitter users are staging a virtual walkout for 48 hours, in response to the social media platform's handling of controversial comments made by a British rapper.
"The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office takes hate crimes such as these very seriously," said Colonel Kurt A. Hoffman.
A string of anti-Semitic scandals linked to Black celebrities have sparked fears that they could harm the goals of racial justice sought by the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Black Lives Matter movement and contemporary Islamism are cut from the same cloth.
Like COVID-19, online hate starts with a few infected individuals and spreads, oftentimes unnoticed, to the mainstream. Social media companies shouldn't be aiding that.
In a statement, Twitter clarified that it does not consider the Star of David a hate symbol, but it has seen the yellow star and yellow badge used to target Jewish people.
Now, more than ever, we must learn from the example set by a great man.
"What the hell are y'all doing? Y'all want racial equality. We all do. I don't understand how insulting another group helps our cause. I don't understand in any shape or form."
Travis Patron, leader of the Canadian Nationalist Party, uploaded a video online saying that Jewish people "infect the body politic like a parasite."
Charlamagne Tha God, whose real name is Lenard Larry McKelvey, discussed Cannon's firing from ViacomCBS on his show "The Breakfast Club" where he said Jewish People "have the power."
"His "truth" was clearly anti-Semitic but, like Trump, he believes his truth exists outside facts," Abdul-Jabbar wrote about Ice Cube's remarks.
Wednesday evening on Twitter, Nick Cannon apologized for saying that Black people were the "true Hebrews," a comment many considered anti-Semitic.
Shortly after his comments, Cannon was dropped by ViacomCBS, where he has hosted programs on the company's TV networks, MTV and Nickelodeon.
"We are deeply troubled that Nick has failed to acknowledge or apologize for perpetuating anti-Semitism," read a Tuesday statement from ViacomCBS.
Pro-Trump political cartoonist Ben Garrison has filed a lawsuit against the Anti-Defamation League, demanding more than $10 million due to the group "defaming" him by calling a cartoon depicting two Jewish figures as puppet masters controlling government officials "anti-Semitic."
Tweets which many critics interpreted as alluding to antisemitic connections between Judaism and the rise of Soviet communism showcase Woolery's history of conspiracy hteory allegations.
Here are three principles to enable Jews to go on the offensive against anti-Semitism.
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Attempts have been made to stop racism and antisemitism from discriminating against people of color and race but made no progress. It's time to take a new approach, and it involves your tongue.
"We are committed to continuing to have productive and meaningful conversations with DeSean, as well as all of our players and staff, in order to educate, learn, and grow," the Philadelphia Eagles tweeted on Tuesday.
"Anti-Zionism" must be stamped out whenever and wherever it rears its ugly head.
Mel Gibson is under scrutiny once again for alleged anti-semitic comments as actress Winona Ryder has opened up about him calling her an "oven dodger."
The controversial Australian actor is making headlines today as actress Winona Ryder has revealed that he once asked her if she was an "oven dodger," prompting uproar on social media.
The "Stranger Things" actress revealed she was also told she looked "too Jewish" for a movie role in the past.