Four Positive Stories From the Global Fight Against Antisemitism in June 2022
The Combat Antisemitism Movement publishes a regular feature highlighting “good news” in the fight against the world’s oldest hatred.
Here are four such stories from June 2022:
Avi Zinger, Ben & Jerry’s Israeli licensee, has settled the federal lawsuit filed on his behalf by the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law and co-counsel, following Ben & Jerry’s refusal to renew Zinger’s 34-year-old license to manufacture and sell Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.
The settlement prevents Ben & Jerry’s from boycotting Israel and ensures that Zinger will continue selling Ben & Jerry’s ice cream throughout Israel and the West Bank (Judea and Samaria) without interruption.
OAS Secretary-General Luis Almagro has urged all OAS member states to adopt the IHRA Working Definition of Antisemitism and fight Jew-hatred in all its contemporary manifestations.
In a move backed by the GMB’s General Secretary Gary Smith, the union, which has 600,000 members across nearly all industrial sectors, committed itself to a zero-tolerance policy on anti-Jewish racism.
The “Call of Rabat” appeal to advance cooperation across Africa in preserving Jewish-African heritage was signed by African and international Jewish leaders.
The initiative pushes for recognition by individuals, civil society groups, and governments of the long history of Jewish life in Africa, while emphasizing preservation and accessibility for Jewish historical sites.