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Leaders from around the world spoke out against the use of the term “apartheid” to isolate Israel. “Categorizing Israel as an ‘apartheid’ state is just plain antisemitic…“such characterization counters progress made in the region, instead it deepens the rifts and fuels antisemitism around the world,” said Vice President of the European Parliament Nicola Beer.

Following a visit to Saudi Arabia, the U.S. Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism Deborah Lipstadt noted this week, “there is a change afoot in this region. For too many decades, Saudi Arabia was a great exporter of Jew-hatred, but what I found is something quite different, something that has changed there dramatically in the last few years.”

In Canada, seventy gravestones were knocked over in a Jewish cemetery, and pro-Palestinian protesters chanted slurs such as “Shabbat Shalom b****es,” and “from the river to the sea” outside of kosher stores.

In a high-profile case of Holocaust trivialization, Mexico’s president doubled down on comparing a Jewish critic to Adolf Hitler, and the Jewish deputy director of a French hospital had a fake bomb with a swastika left outside his home.

A teenager in Ohio was jailed after police discovered a video in which he threatened to kill black people and carry out a mass shooting at a synagogue. A Florida home was vandalized with swastikas and slurs spray-painted on the garage and a Ukrainian flag hanging outside. A swastika was also drawn on an Israeli restaurant in Los Angeles, as California reported the highest levels of antisemitic hate crimes in a decade.

This week’s global antisemitism report highlights 28 new media reports of antisemitic incidents. The total includes 17 (60.7%) from the far-right, 2 (7.1%) from the far-left, 4 (14.3%) with Islamist motivations, and 5 (17.9%) unidentifiable in nature.



CAM DELEGATION VISITS BRUSSELS AS PART OF EXPANDED ACTIVITIES IN EUROPE AGAINST ANTISEMITISM


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GLOBAL LEADERS AND POLICYMAKERS DECRY ANTISEMITIC SLANDER OF ISRAEL AS ‘APARTHEID’ STATE



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FOUR POSITIVE STORIES FROM THE GLOBAL FIGHT AGAINST ANTISEMITISM IN JUNE 2022



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TEN MOST SHOCKING ANTISEMITIC INCIDENTS OF JUNE 2022



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CAM MEETS WITH JEWISH COMMUNITY LEADERS, LOCAL COALITION PARTNERS IN LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY



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OHIO TEEN JAILED FOR VIDEO THREATENING TO CARRY OUT MASS SHOOTING AT SYNAGOGUE



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SEVENTY GRAVES VANDALIZED IN JEWISH CEMETERY IN WINNIPEG, CANADA



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INSIDE THE INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGN TO SAVE KYRGYZSTAN’S ONLY JEWISH SCHOOL



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MEXICO’S PRESIDENT DOUBLES DOWN ON COMPARING JEWISH CRITIC TO HITLER



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CANADIAN PRO-PALESTINE PROTESTERS SHOUT ANTISEMITIC SLURS OUTSIDE KOSHER STORES



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U.S. ANTISEMITISM ENVOY LIPSTADT SEES JEW-HATRED DECLINING IN MIDDLE EAST, RISING IN U.S.



PHILOS PROJECT – PROMOTING POSITIVE CHRISTIAN ENGAGEMENT IN THE NEAR EAST


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CAM CAM COALITION PARTNERS SPOTLIGHT:
BUILDING ALLIANCES TO DEFEAT BIGOTRY


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Antisemitic incidents in the Czech Republic jumped by almost 30% in 2021 – a rise attributed to both the Covid-19 pandemic and growing far-right extremism, according to a new Federation of Jewish Communities in the Czech Republic (FZO) survey.



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100-year-old Margot Friedlaender, the only member of her family to survive the Holocaust, dedicated her life to sharing her story and educating others about the Nazi genocide.

On Monday, she was awarded with the Walther Rathenau Lifetime Achievement Prize for her activism.

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