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Bosnia and Herzegovina became the 39th country to adopt the IHRA working definition of antisemitism. The Muslim-majority nation joins six other Balkans nations, in doing so.

“Bosnia and Herzegovina is now in a position to lead the Balkan states in interfaith relations,” CAM Senior Advisor Robert Singer said and called for more countries to adopt the definition “as but an initial step in combatting antisemitism.”

Morocco’s King Mohammed VI created new agencies to strengthen Jewish life in the country, and a new Latin-Jewish Media and Entertainment Alliance will engage journalists and influencers in Spanish-speaking audiences to portray Israel and the Jewish world accurately.

The U.S. Department of Education is investigating the University of Southern California for not addressing antisemitism directed at a Jewish student leader, following an effort by CAM partner the Brandeis Center. “This is not about one individual but a trend targeting Jews and keeping them away from student office… The reign of impunity for antisemites on campuses must end,” CAM CEO Sacha Roytman Dratwa said.

Alarmingly public neo-Nazi activity took place in the U.S. as dozens of neo-Nazis with swastika flags demonstrated outside a conference in Tampa, Florida, following a violent Neo-Nazi demonstration in Boston.

A former U.S. marine was arrested on federal charges following an investigation into his plot to commit mass murder against Jews, as part of neo-Nazi group “Rapekrieg.” Matthew Belanger had “procured weapons, uniforms, and tactical gear, and discussed committing attacks on a synagogue, Jewish persons, women, and minorities,” in Long Island, New York.

Miloon Kothari, one of three members of the “UN Commission of Inquiry” that is investigating Israel, claimed in an interview that social media is “controlled largely by [the] Jewish lobby…,” recycling a dangerous antisemitic trope about Jewish power and control of media.

The UN official’s comments were condemned as antisemitic by Israel’s Prime Minister, U.S. Antisemitism Envoy Ambassador Deborah Lipstadt, and the U.S. Permanent Representative to the UN Human Rights Council.

This week’s global antisemitism report highlights 43 new media reports of antisemitic incidents. The total includes 29 (67.4%) from the far-right, 2 (4.7%) from the far-left, 6 (14.0%) with Islamist motivations, and 6 (14.0%) unidentifiable in nature.



GREECE FIGHTS ANTISEMITISM THROUGH ‘EDUCATION AND THE POWER OF EXAMPLE,’ TOP HELLENIC REPUBLIC FOREIGN MINISTRY OFFICIAL SAYS


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CAM HOSTS PANEL ON CITIES-ORIENTED APPROACH TO FIGHTING ANTISEMITISM AT LATIN AMERICAN FORUM IN ARGENTINA



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WHAT PUTIN’S TREATMENT OF JEWS REVEALS ABOUT RUSSIA



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CAM DELEGATION VISITS NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TO BOLSTER COMMUNITY RELATIONS



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NEO-NAZIS RALLY WITH SWASTIKAS OUTSIDE FLORIDA CONSERVATIVE YOUTH CONFERENCE



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NEO-NAZI U.S. MARINE PLOTTED TO ATTACK JEWS IN ‘RAPEKRIEG’, FEDERAL PROSECUTORS SAY



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UN OFFICIAL INVESTIGATING ISRAEL: SOCIAL MEDIA LARGELY CONTROLLED BY JEWISH LOBBY, NGOS



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TREES DEDICATED TO MEMORY OF BUCHENWALD CONCENTRATION CAMP VICTIMS CHOPPED DOWN



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CAM WELCOMES DECISION BY US DEPT. OF EDUCATION TO OPEN ANTISEMITISM INVESTIGATION INTO USC



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BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA LATEST COUNTRY TO ADOPT IHRA DEFINITION OF ANTISEMITISM



CALLING ALL INNOVATORS! APPLY TO JOIN THE COMBAT ANTISEMITISM INNOVATION LAB 2023 COHORT


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AHEAD OF NEW HIJRI YEAR, CAM RECOGNIZES OUTSTANDING WORK OF MUSLIM PARTNERS


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CAM WEEKLY COALITION SPOTLIGHT:
APPOINTMENTS, SURVEYS, RETREATS, AND MORE


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New York State led the nation in antisemitic incidents in 2021, with its Jewish citizens being the most targeted group for hate crimes.

The alarming increase is accounted for 15% of ALL reported antisemitic incidents in the United States.

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On this day in 1980, a Palestinian terrorist armed with grenades attacked a group of Jewish children and their families waiting for a summer camp bus in Antwerp, Belgium.

15-year-old David Kohane was killed, and 20 others were wounded. The terrorist, Said Al Nasr, was chased down and arrested. This was one of many attacks targeting Jews worldwide during the ‘80s.

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