‘PROTECT THE JEW’: ANTISEMITIC TIRADE AT MARYLAND HOUSE OF DELEGATES
By WORLD ISRAEL NEWS
Former Homeland Security worker Ayo Kimathi launched an antisemitic tirade at an official hearing of the Maryland House of Delegates Judiciary Committee against legislation advancing a Hate Crimes Grant Fund, saying it was “Protect the Jew” bill. Jews have the traditional history – this is what they do – of making claims of being victims when they’re actually in many cases victimizers,” Kimathi said. “So it’s a problem when Jews are the ones making these decisions because the only people they’re looking out for – like these bills – are only for Jews.”
FLORIDA: MAN SPEWS ANTISEMITIC REMARKS AFTER BEING ACCUSED OF A HIT-AND-RUN
By GERSHON HARRELL
A man was arrested by Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office after trying to run down run down a male bicyclist with his car. Marcendy Elie, 20, has been charged with two counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and one count of leaving the scene of an accident with bodily injury. According to the arrest report, as Elie was being transported to the PBSO Main Detention Facility for his crime he began to make numerous antisemitic remarks. The report says, he screamed, “f** n**a jew b***, Kanye was right, gas the kikes.” He further stated, “I would rather be arrested by a n***a then a jew.”
WOMAN ARRESTED IN CROWN HEIGHTS FOR PUNCHING JEWISH MAN IN FACE, HURLING ABUSE
By ISRAEL NATIONAL NEWS
A woman was arrested for allegedly viciously assaulting an Orthodox Jewish man in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, New York on Thursday. The man was shopping in a store on Thursday afternoon at around 3:30 p.m. when he was approached by a woman, described as “mentally unstable,” who physically assaulted him, according to ColLive. The assailant accosted the victim from behind, and screamed antisemitic slurs at him when he would not give her any money. Then she began repeatedly punching him in the face before fleeing the shop.
GEORGIA: ANTISEMITIC FLYERS SPREAD IN ATHENS NEIGHBORHOOD
NEW YORK: POLICE INVESTIGATING ANTI-SEMITIC GRAFFITI IN SKANEATELES
TENNESSEE: AFTER NASHVILLE HOMES VANDALIZED WITH MESSAGES OF HATE, NEIGHBORS ORGANIZE CLEANUP TO SPREAD LOVE
AN ANTISEMITIC MESSAGE WAS SENT TO AN ORTHODOX JEWISH WOMAN DURING A FLIGHT
GEORGIA: CHEROKEE COUNTY POLICE INVESTIGATING AFTER ANTISEMITIC FLYERS FOUND TOSSED THROUGHOUT SUBDIVISION
ALABAMA: RACIST SIGN, SWASTIKAS PAINTED ON BUILDING IN ENSLEY
NEW YORK: ANTISEMITIC GRAFFITI FOUND IN FOREST HILLS
ANTISEMITIC MESSAGE ON NEW YORK CHURCH
MICHIGAN GOP TWEET COMPARES GUN CONTROL TO THE HOLOCAUST
ARKANSAS: ANTISEMITIC GRAFFITI SPRAY-PAINTED AT MELLOR PARK, EL DORADO
ELAN CARR, HILLEL NEWMAN SPEAK AT FRIENDS OF ISRAEL PASTORS MEETING
HORROR AT ANTI-CATHOLIC SLOGANS MOCKING THE HOLOCAUST JUST YARDS FROM SCHOOLS
By DOUGLAS DICKIE
A Conservative councillor has spoken of his disgust after seeing anti-Catholic and anti-Semitic slogans painted on the ground just yards from two Scottish schools. James Bundy, who sits on Falkirk Council, says it was particularly disappointing to see it over the weekend those from Irish backgrounds were marking St Patrick’s Day. The graffiti reported to Cllr Bundy was in Sunnyside Park, close to Catholic schools St Mungo’s High School and St Francis Primary School. It said “Kill all Taigs” and “6m Jews should have been Taigs”. ‘Taig’ is a derogatory term for a Catholic or nationalist in Northern Ireland.
ANTISEMITIC GRAFFITI ON A JEWISH MEMORIAL PLAQUE IN ALTENBURG
By ANTISEMITISM MONITORING INTERNATIONAL CENTER
Unknown persons have smeared antisemitic on a commemorative plaque in Altenburg on Pauritzer Strasse. The plaque indicates that there was a Jewish prayer hall at this point, which was damaged during the 1938 pogrom night. A swastika and large lettering, “Genocidal Israel” (Volkermörder Israel) was spray-painted on a Jewish memorial plaque in red paint. A Star of David in the same color was also discovered on the front door of the district court. The criminal police in Gera are now investigating whether the two acts are related. Police believe the crimes happened between Wednesday and Thursday. The police are now looking for witnesses.
ANTISEMITIC GRAFFITI DISCOVERED IN FONTAINE
By ANTISEMITISM MONITORING INTERNATIONAL CENTER
During the weekend of March 18 and 19, antisemitic and anti-Communist inscriptions aimed specifically at Édouard Schoene (former communist deputy from the City of Fontaine) appeared in Fontaine not only on posters advertising the lotto of the Amis du Travailleur alpin, but also at his home. The hateful writings accompanied by swastikas reads:” Drancy Auschwitz the return quickly! “Jews coco race of m….e”, “Judeo-communists” “Gas chamber grill”, “Down with communism”….
OTHER WORLD NEWS
DOZENS IN INDONESIA PROTEST ISRAEL’S PLANNED PRESENCE AT UNDER-20 SOCCER WORLD CUP
By ANDI JATMIKO
Dozens of conservative Muslims marched in Indonesia’s capital on Monday to protest Israel’s participation in its first-ever FIFA U-20 (under the age of 20) men’s World Cup, hosted in Indonesia. The world’s most populous Muslim-majority nation is hosting the U-20 World Cup from May 20 to June 11 in Indonesia’s six major cities. Although Indonesia does not have formal diplomatic relations with Israel and is a strong supporter of the Palestinians, officials say the government will not prevent Israel from taking part in the tournament.
POLAND: FURY IN POLAND OVER ‘ANTISEMITIC’ DEFENSE OF POPE JOHN PAUL II
ITALY: AGAIN, ANTISEMITIC CHANTS FROM LAZIO FANS
SOUTH AFRICA: ‘PURE JEW HATRED’ BEHIND PROTEST AT TUKS
ITALY ANTISEMITIC GRAFFITI AT ARECHI STADIUM IN SALERNO
PALESTINIAN TO BE CHARGED FOR STABBING WOMAN IN NETANYA; COAT SAVED HER FROM HARM
By EMANUEL FABIAN
A Palestinian man from the West Bank is set to face charges for carrying out a terror stabbing attack in the coastal city of Netanya, without causing any injuries, police said Tuesday. He stabbed her in the shoulder with a pocket knife, but she was unharmed as the blade was blocked by her coat, which as a result was slightly torn. The suspect, who did not have an entry permit to Israel, was to be brought for a hearing at a military court on Tuesday to extend his remand ahead of an indictment that would be filed against him in the coming days, police said.
HAMAS DAILY: AN OUTSIDER CANNOT UNDERSTAND THE INTENSITY OF A PALESTINIAN’S JOY AT NEWS OF A TERROR ATTACK AGAINST ISRAELIS
ISRAELI, AN EX-US MARINE, BADLY WOUNDED IN WEST BANK SHOOTING; TERRORIST CAUGHT
SUSPECTED HEZBOLLAH BOMBER CROSSED FROM LEBANON USING LADDER, NOT TUNNEL
SHIN BET BUSTS GAZA-DIRECTED TERROR CELL PLANNING SHOOTING, BOMBING ATTACKS
ARTICLE IN QATARI DAILY INCITES TO TERROR ATTACKS AGAINST ISRAELIS
IRGC THREATENS AZERBAIJANI PRESIDENT FOR ‘ZIONIST AGGRESSION’ AGAINST ARMENIA
SOUTH AFRICA: HAMAS AND PALESTINIAN ISLAMIC JIHAD REPRESENTATIVES SPEAK AT UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN
By DION PIERRE
Representatives of Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) addressed students at University of Cape Town (UCT) via video message during an “Israeli Apartheid Week 2023” event held on Monday by the Palestine Solidarity Forum (PSF). Images of the event, as well as advertisements for it, were obtained by The Algemeiner. PIJ representative Nasser Abu Sharif and Hamas representative Khaled Qadomi, both of whom represent their organizations in Iran, gave remarks. PSF group also displayed the flags of Hamas and Hezbollah in the room where the event took place.
NEW HAMPSHIRE: COMMUNITY TROUBLED BY WHITE NATIONALIST GRAFFITI AT LACONIA STATE SCHOOL
NEW YORK: ANTISEMITIC FLYERS LEFT ON STUDENTS’ CARS NEAR BAYPORT-BLUE POINT HIGH SCHOOL
UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS SETTLES ANTISEMITISM LAWSUIT BY PAYING UNDISCLOSED SUM
BROOKLYN COLLEGE: ANTISEMITISM ON CAMPUS: STUDENTS REWARDED FOR ATTENDING HATEFUL ANTI-ISRAEL EVENTS
BU STUDENT GOVERNMENT DISCUSSES DEFINITION OF ANTISEMITISM, BLACK STUDENT TASK FORCE, SURVIVOR’S BILL OF RIGHTS
NYC PUBLIC COLLEGE UNDER FIRE FOR ORGANIZING ANTI-ISRAEL ACTIVITIES
ANALYSIS & OP-EDS
THE WAY FORWARD WITH IHRA
By JOSH BURNS
‘HATEFUL’ ISRAEL CRITIC IS HIRED BY NEW YORK TIMES TO MODERATE ANTISEMITISM FOCUS GROUP
By IRA STOLL
GWU ACADEMIC’S ANTISEMITISM ISN’T HELPING PALESTINIANS LIKE ME
By BASSEM EID
HOW TO KEEP ANTISEMITISM AWAY FROM TURTLE BAY
By DAVID MAY AND RICHARD GOLDBERG
STUDIES & STATISTICS
AJC STUDY OF U.S. LATINO MILLENNIAL AND GENZ LEADERS’ ATTITUDES TOWARD JEWS, ANTISEMITISM, ISRAEL REVEALS GAPS BETWEEN TWO MINORITY COMMUNITIES
A new American Jewish Committee (AJC) study of Latino Millennial and Gen Z leaders in the United States reveals a troubling disconnect between this growing segment of the American population and the Jewish community. Despite the growing number of antisemitic incidents over the past several years, 52% of Latinos, ages 18-40, say they perceive that Jews, in comparison to other minority groups, are facing the least amount of discrimination. 34% said the Jewish community is experiencing significant levels of discrimination, and 54% disagreed. Moreover, 42% of young Latinos say the Jewish community is well-positioned to fend for itself, while 39% say Jews need the support and collaboration of the Hispanic community.
2022 ANTISEMITISM REPORT IN BRAZIL
NEARLY THREE IN FOUR PALESTINIANS FAVOR HUWARA TERROR ATTACK
US REPORT ON CYPRUS NOTES RISE OF ANTISEMITISM
ANTISEMITIC INCIDENTS IN THE US ARE AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL RECORDED SINCE THE 1970S
REPORT: ANTISEMITISM ‘HIGHER THAN EVER’ ON TWITTER
GOVERNMENT & POLICY
ORTHODOX JEWISH LEADERS TALK ANTISEMITISM WITH WHITE HOUSE OFFICIALS
By GABBY DEUTCH
Amid a national rise in antisemitism, more than three dozen Orthodox Jewish leaders and community members shared their experiences with antisemitism in a virtual meeting with White House officials on Friday. Senior officials from the National Security Council and the Domestic Policy Council participated in the call, which was convened by Shelley Greenspan, the White House’s liaison to the Jewish community. Deputy Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism Aaron Keyak was also on the call.
BELGIUM: BRUSSELS ADOPTS PLAN AGAINST RACISM AND ANTISEMITISM
By THE BRUSSELS TIMES WITH BELGA
Brussels City Council has adopted a plan to fight racism and anti-Semitism on the eve of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. The plan, adopted on Monday evening, is based on the principles of the European Convention on Human Rights. The plan is to be updated every two years. It sets concrete objectives for fighting specific types of discrimination and structural racism in a city that is among the most cosmopolitan in the world.
FOR WILEY NICKEL, ‘NEVER AGAIN,’ IS A PERSONAL DECLARATION
A FLORIDA BILL BANNING ‘ETHNIC INTIMIDATION’ FLYERS AIMS TO STOP THE STATE’S NEO-NAZI RISE
UNITED KINGDOM: PETER DUTTON PROPOSES CRIMINALIZATION OF NAZI SYMBOLS AFTER TUESDAY’S QUESTION TIME STOUSH
SPAIN DECLARES INCREASED COMMITMENT TO FIGHT ANTISEMITISM
NAZI PROTEST IN MELBOURNE HAS SPARKED CALLS TO BAN THE HITLER SALUTE
GEORGIA BILL TO DEFINE ANTI-JEWISH HATE CRIMES FAILS, SPONSOR SAYS
HOLOCAUST TESTIMONY FORUM TO BE HELD IN LONDON
CRANSTON TEMPLE, TWO CHURCHES TOGETHER CONFRONT ‘RISING TIDE OF HATE’
By JACK PERRY
With incidents of white supremacist propaganda increasing in Rhode Island, three Cranston religious congregations will gather Sunday to deliver a unified message: “Hate Has No Home Here.” The religious leaders have heard stories from their members about facing prejudice, and they’ve discussed holding such a service for several months. The service is being held several days after the Anti-Defamation League released statistics showing Rhode Island had 142 reported incidents of white supremacist propaganda last year, a 74% increase over 2021.
NEIGHBORS RALLY TO CLEAN UP ANTISEMITIC GRAFFITI IN SYLVAN PARK
IMAM AIMS TO BUILD BRIDGES WITH ‘PEOPLE OF THE BOOK’ (HUMANITY)
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