Anti-Semitism on U.S. college campuses spiked in 2015, with 302 incidents against Jewish students being record at 109 schools in 28 states, according to a new report warning that the rise of anti-Israel organizations is fueling this hatred and making many campuses unsafe for Jews.
Hillary Clinton has appointed to her leadership team a former congressman who blamed his defeat on “Jewish interests” and the “Jewish media,” her campaign announced earlier this month.
MSNBC has admitted that highly controversial graphics aired on the network that depicted Israel as stealing land from the Palestinians were “factually wrong” and that the broadcast would be corrected on Monday, according to a network spokesperson. The cable news network has been fighting off criticism after it aired the graphics and analysis, including a map linked to …
Radio host Howard Stern lashed out at Pink Floyd front man Roger Waters on Tuesday, branding him an anti-Semite for supporting boycotts of the Jewish state.
Following what advocates of the movement to boycott Israel hailed as a major victory, officials at Vassar College reversed a ban on Israeli food products late Friday, calling it a “mistake” after questions from the Washington Free Beacon.
A senior editor at the New York Times became embroiled in a testy back-and-forth exchange with a Jewish pro-Israel reader of the publication, who had criticized it for launching a website aimed at tracking how Jewish lawmakers are voting on the Iranian nuclear deal, according to emails obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
A prominent human rights group is calling on President Barack Obama and lawmakers to denounce anti-Semitic attacks on those Jewish individuals who have come out against the recently signed Iran nuclear deal
Russell Simmons is under addack for a rant that compared the people running New York City’s horse-drawn carriages to the “people for slavery” and the “people who put people in ovens.”
Gov. Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire held a leadership role at an exclusive beach club that has been accused of anti-Jewish discrimination.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner became the first state leader to sign into law “historic” legislation that makes it illegal for any taxpayer-funded public pension fund to invest in any company that participates in the fiercely anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement.