Neo-Nazi Publisher Andrew Anglin Sued for Launching ‘Terror Campaign’ Against Jewish Woman in Whitefish, Montana
Anti-Semitism, spurred by an online campaign, enters the legal world
By Jonathan Zalman · April 19, 2017
Anti-Israel activists attempt to misrepresent Passover tradition as murderous celebration
By Yair Rosenberg · April 14, 2017
The party refused to expel Ken Livingstone, despite his repeated conspiratorial remarks about Zionist-Nazi collaboration
By Yair Rosenberg · April 5, 2017
The same center had previously been excluded from a local Holocaust commemoration due to far-left anti-Semitism
By Yair Rosenberg · April 3, 2017
The Google-run video giant is losing advertisers due to its inability to police its own content. Here's how it can turn things around.
By Yair Rosenberg · March 31, 2017
The anti-Semitic remarks are a confounding addition to the legacy of a national heroine
By Vladislav Davidzon · March 28, 2017
Being Jewish doesn't immunize a person from being anti-Semitic. It just fuses their bigotry with betrayal.
By David Schraub · March 23, 2017
The alleged perpetrator's motive and mental state remain unclear
By Miranda Cooper · March 23, 2017
Jewish Senate Candidate Jason Kander Hilariously Schools Neo-Nazi Richard Spencer on Musical Theater
Spencer unironically cited a satirical Nazi song written by Kander's uncle, the legendary John Kander
By Rachel Shukert · March 21, 2017
Both the communal and law enforcement responses to the crime offered an encouraging example for countering acts of anti-Semitism
By Miranda Cooper · March 20, 2017
Intersectional theory is uniquely suited to take on anti-Semitism. But intersectional activists often refuse to do so, perpetuating the prejudice instead.
By Benjamin Gladstone · March 20, 2017
The musician's biographer sets the record straight on the singer's Jewishness and complex relationship to his family's Holocaust history
By Fred Schruers · March 17, 2017
Does it matter if a country consciously lies about its past? An excerpt from the new book, 'The End of Europe.'
By James Kirchick · March 13, 2017
Thompson is alleged to have made at least eight bomb threats nationwide as part of a 'campaign of harassment' against his former girlfriend
By Jonathan Zalman · March 3, 2017
For years, YouTube has failed to distinguish between those who upload racist material and those who post and translate such content to raise awareness of bigotry and inform the fight against it.
By Yair Rosenberg · March 2, 2017
'This is a serious question,' the conspiracy theorist explained
By Yair Rosenberg · February 27, 2017
Andrew Cuomo: 'There is no place for hate or discrimination or bigotry in New York'
By Jonathan Zalman · February 24, 2017
J.K. Rowling, the Imam of St. Louis, and Missouri's Jewish Governor have all voiced their concerns, preached unity
By Zoë Miller · February 22, 2017
Six Years of Syrian Civil War: A French citizen who disappeared into the wreckage of Assad’s state now sends operatives home to fight a brutal war with the West
By Marc Weitzmann · February 12, 2017
Why Marine Le Pen Wants to Ban French Jews From Wearing Yarmulkes and Having Dual Israeli Citizenship
Latent anti-Semitism and a desire to marginalize Muslims are driving the far-right presidential candidate to ensnare Jews in her policies
By Yair Rosenberg · February 10, 2017
Pope Francis: Anti-Semitism Is ‘Contrary to Christian Principles and Every Vision Worthy of the Human Person’
The pope gave a powerful speech to an ADL delegation at the Vatican
By Jonathan Zalman · February 9, 2017
In a candid Tablet magazine interview, the rising politician talks about her rejection of Islam, being called a neo-Nazi, and why Jews should see European nationalism as a welcome development
By Yardena Schwartz · February 7, 2017