Welcome to the Thirteenth Edition of the Combat Anti-Semitism Newsletter! Read the latest headlines and watch the newest videos.

Thank you for continuing to be a part of our efforts and please let us know of anything we should be including in our future publications by contacting us HERE.

Please forward to your family and friends and ask them to take the Combat Anti-Semitism pledge today! Taking a pledge can be the start! Working with us will make a difference!

This Week’s Content

Notable Supporters

Combat Anti-Semtism continues to garner the support of notable leaders across the world in the fight against anti-Semitism.

CAS is pleased to announce the support of Paul Packer, Chairman of the Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad, who signed the Combat Anti-Semitism pledge this week! The Commission is largely responsible for preserving communal heritage sites that were forcibly abandonded by decades of Nazism and Communism.

Join other world leaders and people of good conscience by joining and sharing the Combat Anti-Semitism pledge today!

United States

(17 articles)

1. FBI arrests Las Vegas man who allegedly wanted to shoot Jews, LGBTQ bar patrons

By Tom Winter and Dennis Romero

Conor Climo, a 23-year-old Las Vegas man wanted to attack Jews and was arrested for possessing parts to make a bomb. He was connected to white supremacists online, where he said he wanted to mobilize an eight-man sniper platoon to shoot Jewish people. Read Here

2. Demand For Active-Shooter Drills In Community Spikes


After a year of mass shootings, Jewish community centers and synagogues are actively drilling their members on what to do if confronted with the kind of situation faced by the Tree of Life Synagogue and the Chabad of Poway. Read Here



Family and friends of victims gathered to remember the day 20 years ago when a gunman opened fire on children and staff at the North Valley Jewish Community Center in Granada Hills, CA. Read Here

4. A Florida pastor called for Sarah Silverman’s death


Adam Fannin’s (an extremist pastor) anti-Semitic rant in which he called for the death of Sarah Silverman has the Jewish comedian fearing for her life. Read Here

5. Almost one year since deadly shooting, Pittsburgh Jewish community ‘still shaken’


Rabbi Jeffrey Myers said the Pittsburgh Jewish community is still coping with the aftermath of the attack, saying, “We continue to promote healing and have come to learn that healing will be a lifelong process. He added that many community and synagogue members are “still shaken,” and there are people who are unable to return to any synagogue to pray. Read Here

6. Judge grants extension of discovery in Tree of Life shooting case


Attorneys in the Tree of Life synagogue shooting case have been granted more time to prepare for trial, after a judge granted a 120-day extension of discovery that will allow both the prosecution and defense to share information. Read Here

7. More than 100 tires belonging to Jews slashed in heavily Orthodox Lakewood, NJ 


More than 100 car tires have been slashed in the heavily Jewish town of Lakewood, New Jersey. All of the cars belonged to Jews. Read Here

8. Brooklyn Jewish school installs bullet-resistant classroom doors in wake of mass shootings


Bnos Menachem, an Orthodox girls’ school in Crown Heights, Brooklyn has installed metal bullet-resistant classroom doors to keep out shooters. Read Here

9. Colorado Man Arrested on Child Pornography Charges Previously Issued ‘Hunting Guides’ for Jews Online, Court Documents Reveal

By Benjamin Kerstein

Wesley David Gilreath, of Colorado, was arrested on child pornography charges and was previously found to have posted online “hunting guides” for Jews which contained information on the location of synagogues. Read Here

10. Swastikas scrawled on Long Island park pavilion; Police search for vandal

By Stacey Sager 

Police on Long Island are looking for vandals who painted anti-Semitic graffiti in a park in Oyster Bay. A $20,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to an indictment or arrest. Read Here

11. Anti-Semitic Marking Found on Venice Shul Door


A Star of David and the word “Jude” was found etched onto the front door of Temple Mishkon Tephilo in Venice, CA. Read Here

12. Neo-Nazi Group Puts Racist Posters At Seattle Synagogues

By Neal McNamara

Racist fliers were found posted at three South Seattle synagogues. The fliers are signed by the Daily Stormer Book Club, which is a group affiliated with neo-Nazi leader Andrew Anglin. Read Here

13. Actor Declines Netflix Audition Because of Israeli Producing Affiliation


Actor David Clennon wrote a piece for the social justice news site Truthout that he declined an audition for a Netflix show because of the series’ connections to Israel. The actor proceeded to endorse the BDS movement. Read Here

14. Former Miss Iraq Blasts ‘Anti-Semitic’ Ilhan Omar, Says ‘She Does Not Represent Me as a Muslim’

By Shiryn Ghermezian 

Iraqi beauty queen Sarah Idan sharply criticized Ilhan Omar, calling the controversial representative “anti-Semitic” and saying she should not be considered a spokesperson for the Muslim community. Read Here

15. Suspect arrested in Crown Heights anti-Semitic attack


Kenya Dean of Brooklyn was arrested for spraying a Jewish man with mace after shouting, “You Jews, Hitler should have finished you off.” Read Here

16. Three Men Attacked On Their Way to Synagogue, As Renewed Spate of Assaults Targets Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn

By David Gerstman

The NYPD Hate Crimes Unit is investigating three additional assaults on orthodox Jewish men in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The men–– aged 71, 67, and 56 — were separately assaulted and each of the men were punched in the face and ordered to give the attackers their money. Read Here

17. Anti-Semitic graffiti found in Stoughton, MA park

By Wicked Local

Anti-Semitic graffiti was found in several locations throughout Halloran Park, in Stoughton, MA. Police are working to determine the perpetrator. Read Here

Israel and the Rest of the World

(12 pieces)


Tens of thousands quit Labour in first annual membership drop under Jeremy Corbyn

By Bob Powell

The Labour Party lost 8% of its members, the first annual drop since Jeremy Corbyn took over as leader. MP Neil Coyle blamed the loss in members on the party’s handling of allegations of anti-Semitism. Read Here

‘Scottish Labour attacked for failing to understand anti-Semitism

By JC Reporter

Scottish Labour has been accused of failing to “truly understand” anti-Semitism, after it reissued a statement from the national party attacking the BBC Panorama investigation into its anti-Jewish racism. Read Here

Labour’s Jewish community liaison’s Twitter was part of pro-Corbyn ‘engine room’ attacking anti-Semitism claims

By Jewish News Reporter

Heather Mendick, whose appointment to manage relationships with the community was widely condemned and led to Jewish groups refusing to engage with her, had a now-deleted account – @helensclegel – that anti-Semitism watchdog CST listed among influential accounts driving the online conversation around Jew-hate Labour. Read Here

Quakers cancel Chris Williamson Brighton event as Jewish groups planned protest

By Ben Weich

The Quakers have cancelled an event that was due to host suspended “Jew-baiter” MP Chris Williamson. Organisers praised Mr Williamson and were due to auction an anti-Semitic cartoon The Guardian refused to publish last month. Read Here

Elected local Labour secretary suspended after ‘comparing Israel to Isis’

By Ben Weich

Hüseyin Ali-Diakides, a local labour secretery who compared Israel to Isis and has expressed support for Hamas and Hezbollah has been suspended. Read Here

YouTube paid neo-Nazi thousands of pounds while profiting from videos that promote white supremacy


Mark Collett, Birtish neo-Nazi, earned thousands from YouTube. Mr Collett generated 95,000 subscribers and 10 million views for videos including “The Jewish Question Explained in 4 Minutes.” Read Here

Labour councillor who denied party was ‘not a safe space for Jews’ accuses party colleague of using anti-Semitic slur

By Aleks Phillips

Zena Brabazon, a Labour councillor who previously insisted the party was a “safe space for Jews” has been forced to complain about a colleague, Gideon Bull, who made an anti-Semitic remark to her, referencing Shylock – the evil Jewish moneylender in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. Read Here




Germany’s former ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Iran, Bernd Erbel, will not oversee the EU’s mechanism to conduct trade with Tehran because he appeared on a radio show with a virulently anti-Semitic host who denied the Holocaust. Read Here

Sachsenhausen concentration camp memorial files charges against Holocaust denier


A man who denied the Holocaust during a visit to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp is to face criminal charges after being accused of hate speech and disturbing the peace of the dead during a visit to the memorial where he denied the Nazi crimes that took place there. Read Here

German police investigate airport incident involving check-in attendant, Jewish passenger


Police in Germany are investigating a situation in which a male passenger wearing a Star of David necklace was allegedly subjected to anti-Semitic insults by a female attendant at Berlin’s Tegel Airport. Read Here

Rabbi assaulted in Berlin — second such attack in as many weeks

By TOI Staff

Berlin police are investigating an attack on a rabbi, the second in as many weeks in the German capital. The victim was pushed to the ground by two Arabic speaking suspects while walking in Charlottenburg. Read Here


Hamas and Islamic Jihad praise ‘heroic fighters’ who murdered Israeli student


Palestinian terrorist groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad praised the stabbing death of a 19 year old Jewish yeshivah student. Hamas said that “our people’s heroic fighters who carried out the heroic operation that killed a soldier in the occupation’s army.” Read Here



The Palestinian Authority was called to task for hate speech and anti-Semitism in its official statements and in its textbooks during the government’s first ever review by the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Read Here

Jordan halts film that refers to historical Jewish presence


A fictional movie about an antiquities heist set in an ancient Jordanian city has stirred widespread outrage over the film’s portrayal of historical Jewish ties to Jordan, prompting the government to suspend the movie’s production. Read Here

Terrorists behind Jerusalem pizza bombing received more than $910K


The terrorists behind the suicide-bombing at Sbarro pizzeria in Tel Aviv have received $910,823 from the Palestinian Authority. The bombing killed 15 people, including two Americans. Read Here

4.  Poster of Anne Frank Defaced With Swastika in Melbourne, Australia

By Benjamin Kerstein 

A poster bearing the image of Anne Frank was defaced with a red painted swastika in Melbourne. The poster was an advertisement for a dramatization of Anne Frank’s diary performed by the Peridot Theatre Company. Read Here

5. Canadian paper apologizes after running cartoon seen as anti-Semitic


The Edmonton Journal has apologized following backlash after it published an anti-Semitic cartoon depicting a data breach at Capital One with a “anti-Semitic caricature of a Jew” as the hacker sitting with a laptop inside a wallet. Read Here

6.  Canadian government reviewing court decision prohibiting West Bank wine labeled ‘Products of Israel’


Canada’s government is “carefully reviewing” a federal court decision that wine made in Judea and Samaria cannot be labeled as “products of Israel.” Read Here

7.  Canadian Jews Launch $10 Million Campaign to Protect Montreal Community


The Canada-based Federation CJA started a $10 million fundraising campaign aimed at increasing and improving coordinated security at Jewish institutions in Montreal, focusing on upgrading infrastructure, training staff at institutions and raising awareness about the need for security. Read Here

8. Poland’s top rabbi slams honors for accused Nazi collaborators


Poland’s chief rabbi, Michael Schudrich, criticized plans by the country’s government to honor a group of ultra-nationalist underground fighters accused of collaborating with the Nazis. The Rabbi felt “insulted” by an invitation from the Polish veterans’ affairs office to a ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of the creation of the Swietokrzyska Brigade. Read Here

9. Poland bans neo-Nazi group filmed celebrating Hitler’s birthday


A Polish court on Wednesday banned a neo-Nazi group for celebrating Adolf Hitler’s birthday. Read Here

10.  French Jews Demand Investigation Into Alleged ‘Non-Aggression’ Pact With Palestinian Terror Group Following 1982 Massace at Paris Kosher Restaurant 

By Ben Cohen

France’s representative Jewish organization demanded a parliamentary investigation into revelations by a former French intelligence chief that the country’s security services agreed to a secret non-aggression pact with a Palestinian terrorist group. Read Here

11.  Notorious British Anti-Semite and Holocaust Denier Banned From France Until 2059

By Benjamin Kerstein

Holocaust denier Alison Chabloz was stopped from boarding a train to Paris and has been banned from entering France for the next 40 years. Read Here


By Hannah Brown

French actress Catherine Jacob faces anti-Semitism because of her name. “I’m not Jewish, but I’m still a target of primary anti-Semitism,” and said she was often questioned about her Jewish-sounding name and that the query was always, “asked with a grimace…” Read Here

On Campus

(6 articles)

1. CA State Board of Education Says Proposed Ethnic Studies Curriculum Will ‘Be Substantially Redesigned

By Aaron Bandler

After a myriad of Jewish groups spoke out and thousands of Californians protested, The California State Board of Education announced that the proposed anti-Israel Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum will be replaced with an entirely new draft. Read Here

2. Anti-Zionist Former Academic Ditched by US University Urges Boycott of Israel During ‘Academic Freedom’ Lecture in South Africa

By Ben Cohen 

An American anti-Zionist academic who lost a tenured university position over graphically-anti-Semitic outbursts surfaced at the University of Cape Town, where he depicted Israel as the supine tool of an international “ruling class.” Read Here

3. Despite previous pushback, Tufts University again to offer ‘Colonizing Palestine’ course

By David Gerstman

A controversial resolution promoting an academic boycott of Israel was narrowly voted down at the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Read Here

4. Major US Academic Association Votes Down Resolution to Boycott Israel

By David Gerstman

A controversial resolution promoting an academic boycott of Israel was narrowly voted down at the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Read Here



A New York judge issued a decision ordering Fordham University to recognize the pro-BDS student group Students for Justice in Palestine, sparking sharp criticism from academics with expertise in contemporary anti-Semitism. Read Here

6. Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority Has Joined the Combat Anti-Semitism campaign as a partner organization

By CAS Staff

CAS is pleased to announce that Alpha Epsilon Phi National Sorority has joined our campaign as a partner organization. Alpha Epsilon Phi is a Jewish sorority with 100 chartered chapters and many alumnae groups across the US and Canada. AEPhi was founded in 1909 at Barnard College by seven Jewish women with the goal of fostering lifelong friendship and sisterhood, academics, social involvement and community service while providing a home away from home for their members.

My Story

(1 article)

We highlight here the victims of anti-Semitism to raise awareness and to humanize the issue. Please continue to look for new stories here If you have a story of your own to share, we want to hear from you! Contact us for more information.

Justine Murray is a rising Junior at Syracuse University where she is pursuing double majors in Political Science and Citizenship & Civic Engagement. Justine arrived on campus freshman year to the unpleasant surprise of anti-Semitic and anti-Zionist posters in her dormitory. Since that time, Justine has become a student activist and journalist and is standing up to anti-Semitic and anti-Zionist bigotry on her campus. Watch Justine’s story below.


(6 pieces)

Anti-Semitism has been perpetrated over the centuries. Today, we are seeing age-old anti-Semitic stereotypes being recycled as well as new forms of anti-Semitism. In order to effectively combat anti-Semitism, it is important to understand, define and highlight all its manifestations and ideologies.

1. Britain’s Anti-Semitism Problem

By IRA N. FORMAN, Obama Administration Special Envoy to Combat & Monitor Anti-Semitism

The echoes of British, left-wing anti-Semitism can be heard on American college campuses, within extreme-left political groups and among some American progressives. It reminds us that anti-Semitism in America is not simply the property of the American right. Read here

2.  Jewish security experts call for 9/11-style response to fight white supremacists

By Ron Kampeas

Jewish groups that track hate say now is the time to get serious about the threat from the far-right. In fact, Jewish security officials say, the crisis calls for the kind of response that followed 9/11 — building a system to track white supremacists from scratch. Read Here

3.  The rise of anti-Semitism on the Left

By Marc A. Thiessen 

“…There is no difference between hatred of Israel and hatred for Jews. It’s the same old story with some different words. The fact is anti-Semitism is a growing problem on the left. Read Here

4.  How Intersectionality Became a Sinister Threat to American Jewry

By Monica Osborne

Much of the Jewish community’s efforts have gone to counteract BDS. But intersectionality is sneakier and more ominous. By associating support for Israel with oppressive forces everywhere, intersectionality on college campuses terrorizes Israel supporters and takes anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism to yet another level. Read Here

5. Attacking the ‘chosen’

By Ben Cohen

The deliberate distortion of the concept of a “chosen people” is one of the most transparent examples of anti-Zionism in its anti-Semitic form. Zionism and its product, Israel, are transformed from a movement for Jewish self-determination into a mystical evil, with “chosenness” driving every decision and act of its adherents. Read Here

6.  The ‘intelligence squared’ debate

By Noru Tsalic

Zionism is not a political ideology and isn’t concerned with how society should work. It offers no “blueprint for a certain social order” has no global ambitions, it is confined to one people and one (small) piece of territory. One can be a left-wing Zionist, a right-wing Zionist, a religious Zionist or an atheist Zionist. Read Here

Studies and Statistics

(2 pieces)

1. ‘Four Anti-Semitic Crimes Per Day Since 2001,’ Official German Statistics Reveal 

By Ben Cohen 

Statistics on hate crimes compiled by Germany’s Interior Ministry demonstrate that an average of four anti-Semitic incidents have been reported every day for nearly 20 years. According to the ministry, there were a total of 1,799 anti-Semitic offenses in 2018. Read Here

2.  The Social Geography of the BDS Movement and Anti-Semitism

By Dr. Alex Joffe

Like anti-Semitism, BDS is both an environment and an instrument; it exists as a free-floating cultural norm both of the far left and far right, and as a tool utilized against Israel and Jews. The creep of BDS and resulting anti-Semitism into the normative liberal political behavior of Western countries is an ominous development. Read Here

Featured Partner

Combat Anti-Semitism is proud to be a partner of Liberate Art, an organization leading the charge against the cultural boycott (BDS) against Israel. Learn more about their important work in the video below with Liberate Art founder and CEO Lana Melman.

1. BDS Pressure Can’t — and Won’t — Stop Musicians from Performing in Israel

By Lana Melman

Earlier this year, a massive BDS campaign was launched, pleading with musicians from 42 countries to withdraw from the Eurovision contest in Tel Aviv. No one did. But the divisive effort to isolate the Jewish state will continue. When artists bow to BDS pressure they unwittingly become political pawns. But as long as artists continue to love their fans and place their art above politics, music will continue to be heard — and hearts will be lifted — across concert grounds in Israel. Read Here

Liberate Art is a leader in fighting the cultural boycott campaign (BDS) against Israel and connects the international entertainment industry to Israel. The cultural boycott campaign uses artists and celebrities to spread damaging lies about Israel to millions of people across the globe. Liberate Art educates and inspires hundreds of thousands to combat the cultural boycott campaign with commentary in international publications, speaking engagements, celebrity focused events, educational videos and interviews on radio, podcasts and television.

Learn more about Liberate Art here.


This section also highlights the work of government officials around the world that are combating anti-Semitism in their official capacities.

(4 pieces)

1. Pompeo tweets: Khamenei ‘sick’ to call for violence against Israel on Tisha B’Av


U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blasted Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei after Khamenei exhorted Muslim pilgrims to “take an active part” in defeating the U.S. Middle East peace plan. “It’s sick that on the eve of #TishaBAv—a solemn day for the Jewish people—[Khamenei] calls for violence against the Jewish state,” Pompeo wrote on Twitter. Read Here

2. Assessing the Danger of Anti-Semitism


The Jewish Federation of New York and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations convened an important summit on the danger of anti-Semitism. Hear American Jewish leaders, including administration officials Elan Carr and Kenneth Marcus, talk about their own unique angle on the state of anti-Semitism in the U.S. and the world.

3. 72 representatives don’t #skipthetrip, join largest-ever delegation to Israel

By Alex Traiman 

In the largest delegation to ever visit Israel, 41 Democrats and 31 Republicans, or 15% of the US House, were in Israel to get a view of the complex security challenges Israel faces and to express their unconditional, bipartisan support. In response to the boycott-promoting members who did not attend under the banner of #skipthetrip, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer noted that Congress passed the anti-BDS resolution, with 97.5%, saying that “we believe that we ought not to be advocating issues that are anti-Semitic, or undermine Israel’s security.” Read Here

4. German foreign minister visits Berlin synagogue to show support following anti-Semitic attack

By Dan Lavie

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas paid a visit to a Chabad synagogue in Berlin to show support for the country’s Jewish community, two weeks after the city’s rabbi was attacked. Wearing a kipah, Maas said, “Anti-Semitism did not creep in here overnight, but it has become more vocal and aggressive. If Jewish women and men are worried about displaying their Jewishness in public, it is a disgrace to the state.” Read Here


(2 articles)

This section highlights the good deeds of Jews and others working to combat anti-Semitism in their communities.


By Howard Kaye

In trying to understand the root cause of the atrocity that took Lori’s life and in seeking to prevent the next Poway, it became clear to me that Lori’s killer was motivated by anti-Semitic hatred. To stop the next shooter, we need to educate the world about its inherent moral compass. It holds the potential to stop the next atrocity. Read Here

2. Palestinian teens mourn anonymously after Israeli friend is killed

By Hanan Greenwood

After the murder of 19-year-old student Dvir Sorek by terrorists, Sorek’s Palestinian friends issued a public letter expressing shock, recalling his participation in an interfaith forum aimed at fostering dialogue. The Palestinian friends did not reveal their identity because of potential backlash.

“Over the past two years, he would regularly attend our meetings…We talked about the future we wanted to build together…We send condolences to his family and yeshiva. We condemn such brutal actions; such violence hurts all of us. We build bridges between the peoples on this land and we hope that this tragedy will be the last.”

Read Here

Take Action

This section highlights opportunities for you to get involved in combating anti-Semitism. Read the content below to learn more.

(2 pieces)

1. Thank Your Member of Congress for Participating in the Largest Bipartisan Delegation Ever to Visit Israel

BY CAS Staff

Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Ill.) said that by participating, new representatives are given the opportunity to learn firsthand about the threats Israel faces. “This trip gives them the chance to understand the nuances and appreciate the importance of the U.S.-Israel relationship.”

Contact your member of Congress and thank them for strengthening the bipartisan US-Israel alliance.

You can find your representative and their contact information here.

Did you member of Congress participate? Below is a full list of the 72 Democratic and Republican House members who traveled with the delegation:

Democrats: House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (MD), Caucus Chair Hakeem Jeffries (NY), Reps. Ron Kind (WI), Ted Deutch (FL), John Garamendi (CA), Brad Schneider (IL), Vincente Gonzalez (TX), Jamie Raskin (MD), Jimmy Gomez (CA), Colin Allred (TX), Ed Case (HI), Sean Casten (IL), Gil Cisneros (CA), Sharice Davids (KS), Madeleine Dean (PA), Antonio Delgado (NY), Sylvia Garcia (TX), Jared Golden (ME), Jahana Hayes (CT), Kendra Horn (OK), Steven Horsford (NV), Chrissy Houlahan (PA), Andy Kim (NJ), Mike Levin (CA), Tom Malinowski (NJ), Ben McAdams (UT), Lucy McBath (GA), Joseph Morelle (NY), Joe Neguse (CO), Lizzie Fletcher (TX), Chris Pappas (NH), Max Rose (NY), Harley Rouda (CA), Kim Schrier (WA), Donna Shalala (FL), Greg Stanton (AZ), Haley Stevens (MI), Xochitl Torres-Small (NM), Lori Trahan (MA), David Trone (MA), Susan Wild (PA).

Republican: House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (CA); Reps. Alex Mooney (WV), Troy Balderson (OH), Elise Stefanik (NY), Michael Cloud (TX), John Curtis (UT), Ron Estes (KS), Debbie Lesko (AZ), Clay Higgins (LA), Ralph Norman (SC), Kelly Armstrong (ND), Jim Baird (IN), Ben Cline (VA), Anthony Gonzalez (OH), Lance Gooden (TX), Mark Green (TN), Dan Meuser (PA), Carol Miller (WV), Greg Pence (IN), Guy Reschenthaler (PA), Denver Riggleman (VA), John Rose (TN), Chip Roy (TX), Ross Spano (FL), Pete Stauber (MN), Bryan Steil (WI), Van Taylor (TX), William Timmons (SC), Michael Waltz (FL), Steve Watkins (KS), Ron Wright (TX)


2. Venture Creative Contest – Round One

Anti-Semitism is once again on the rise, just 75 years after the Holocaust. This irrational hatred of Jews and the world’s only Jewish state harms both innocent victims and perpetrators infected by bigotry. The resurgence of anti-Semitism poses a challenge to all people of conscience:

How can we work together to stop anti-Semitism?

People of all ages, backgrounds, and nationalities are encouraged to participate by creatively addressing one of the categories below:


Round 1 Deadline: December 1, 2019 (future rounds coming soon)

Enter Here.

Join us in taking a stand against anti-Semitism!

Over 120,000 individuals and 140 organizations, including those below, have signed Our Pledge.  Thank you for your support!

“Combat anti-Semitism (CAS) is a non-partisan international grassroots movement of individuals and organizations, across all religions and creeds, united to combat anti-Semitism. CAS attempts to expose anti-Semitic activity in the world today from across the ideological spectrum and highlights those working to fight against its resurgence. One of the most pernicious forms of modern anti-Semitism is the effort to deny the Jewish people their right to self-determination in their ancestral homeland, Israel and to delegitimize, if not eliminate the profound historic, religious and cultural connection of the Jewish people to Israel, which is an integral pillar of Jewish identity. Humanity flourishes when religious and cultural diversity is respected and we hope to encourage understanding so tragedies like the Holocaust or any incidents of hate inspired violence never happen again.”

Please sign our pledge today and join the movement! Taking a pledge can be the start!