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Dear Friends,

As the pandemic recedes, last year’s increase in online antisemitism has begun to have real-world consequences. In June, CAM tracked a total of 175 media reports of antisemitic incidents, a 31.6% drop from May’s sharp spike. Despite the overall decrease, the number of far-left antisemitic media reports rose 32.6%.

Meanwhile, with more attention on antisemitism, June saw a steady rise in national, regional, and municipal government entities taking the important step of adopting the IHRA working definition of antisemitism, with five IHRA adoptions by government entities and one by a university.

This week, a Jewish cemetery in Baltimore was vandalized with Nazi graffiti. Jews across London were threatened with violence and verbally harassed in the streets.

Sadly – political leaders worldwide expressed dangerous antisemitic rhetoric. Belarus’ president said that the Jews caused the world ‘to kneel’ before them, and a leading Chilean presidential candidate also faces accusations of Jew-hatred. A far-right Bulgarian political candidate denied the Holocaust and a local UK Labour party leader outrageously accused “some Jewish people” of failing to learn the lessons of the Holocaust. Such rhetoric has no place in civilized societies.

With Jew-hatred spreading across all layers of society, we can not remain silent. CAM is proud to co-sponsor No: Fear: A Rally In Solidarity With The Jewish People in Washington, D.C., this Sunday July 11th. Join us to stand in solidarity with a diverse coalition of Jews and allies from across the political and denominational spectra to loudly reject antisemitic hate.

CAM’s weekly global antisemitism report highlights 31 new media reports of antisemitic incidents, including 12 (38.7%) from the far-right and 8 (25.8%) from the far-left, as well as 5 (16.1%) with Islamist motivations, and 6 (19.4%) unidentifiable in nature.

JOIN “NO FEAR: A RALLY IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE JEWISH PEOPLE”

ANTISEMITISM ISN’T TAKING A SUMMER VACATION. SO NEITHER CAN WE.

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As part of the 7th Global Forum For Combating Antisemitism, CAM is convening distinguished municipal and community leaders from North America, Europe and Israel for a special panel to discuss best practices to combat the rise of antisemitism in local communities.

In today’s tense environment for Jewish communities around the world, municipal leaders and community stakeholders can make the most immediate and lasting impact to secure and foster Jewish life in cities worldwide.

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CAM DATA: AMID OVERALL DROP IN ANTISEMITIC INCIDENTS IN JUNE, FAR-LEFT JEW-HATRED ON THE RISE

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JEWISH CEMETERY VANDALIZED WITH SWASTIKAS IN BALTIMORE, MARYLAND

DEATH THREATS: JEWISH MAN VERBALLY HARASSED TWICE IN AN HOUR ON LONDON PUBLIC TRANSIT

LEADING CHILEAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE FACES ACCUSATIONS OF ANTISEMITISM

BELARUSIAN PRESIDENT: JEWS CAUSED THE WORLD ‘TO KNEEL’ BEFORE THEM

U.S. SENATORS ADVOCATE FUNDING BOOST FOR STATE DEPT. ANTISEMITISM ENVOY

BOSTON JEWS RALLY TOGETHER AFTER STREAK OF ATTACKS IN THE AREA

DEMAND THE COLLEGE BOARD CORRECT INACCURACIES ABOUT ISRAEL IN AP WORLD HISTORY CURRICULUM

JEW-HATRED IS FUELED BY IGNORANCE, AND IT IS UNACCEPTABLE THAT STUDENTS ARE BEING TAUGHT LIES ABOUT ISRAEL

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TEACH CATALAN TV3 TO COVER SPORTS WITHOUT BEING ANTISEMITIC

SHOW TV3 HOW TO PRAISE AN OUTSTANDING ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE INSTEAD OF SPREADING JEW-HATRED.

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STAMPING OUT ANTISEMITISM:

HOW STAMP IT! USES CANCELED POSTAGE STAMPS TO HONOR HOLOCAUST VICTIMS

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Don’t miss the “Breaking Barriers: Life Saving Video Sharing Contest” Awards Ceremony, hosted by CAM and United Hatzalah. The Contest winners will be honored at this special virtual event by United Hatzalah CEO Eli Beer.

Contestants used their creative talents to demonstrate the Jewish people’s steadfast commitment to making the world a better place and highlighted the vibrant diversity of Israeli society. With antisemitism on the rise internationally, the need to confront Jew-hatred and advocate for Israel is more urgent than ever.

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The New York Police Department’s Hate Crimes Unit has investigated 300 hate crimes in the past year.

More than one third were deemed antisemitic in nature, even though Jews comprise approximately 13% of the city’s population.

No one deserves to live in fear of constant threats. This reality must end. #NotInMyCity.

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How Faculty and Teachers Spread Israel-Hatred and Antisemitism

A note bearing a profane antisemitic message, and possibly covered with feces, was left by an unidentified perpetrator at the Jewish cemetery in the southern Polish city of Bielsko-Biała, less than two weeks after dozens of headstones there were vandalized.

Eastern Europe has witnessed an uptick in vandalism targeting Jewish cemeteries in recent weeks.

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