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Miriam Margolyes and Antisemitism

Miriam Margolyes and Antisemitism Categories: Antisemitism, Australasia, Updates     Author: Glen Falkenstein

"It's becoming a growing concern: who would ride with us, the Australian Jews? The answers I received that night were vague and left me wanting more." On Q&A on 2nd March, Journalism student Erin Gordon asked the panel "Who would ride with us, the Australian Jews," pointing to a rise in antisem

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Social Media Hatewave

Social Media Hatewave Categories: Antisemitism, Australasia, Holocaust/ War Crimes     Author: Sharyn Mittelman

Many people may have thought that Holocaust denial had been relegated to the dustbins of history - discredited by historical evidence, academics, court cases and the testimonies of survivors. However, on the internet, it is alive and even flourishing, especially on social media. It is now increasing

Europa Europa: Twitter Fever Categories: Antisemitism, Europe     Author: Douglas Davis

My belated entry to the Twitter-sphere was prompted by a late-night BBC political chat show which featured a highly articulate Muslim apologist. She argued passionately that, by abusing free speech, Charlie Hebdo had itself incited the attack which killed eight of the magazine's staffers. My tweet t

Scribblings: A failure of basic moral logic

Scribblings: A failure of basic moral logic Categories: Antisemitism, Europe, Terrorism     Author: Tzvi Fleischer

British Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government Eric Pickles recently made an important point about the surge in antisemitic attacks which has been documented in Britain over the past two years: "These pernicious crimes have been accompanied by a creeping cultural acceptance of antis

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Media Week - Mind your language; Long bow, low blow; Security Council sense

Media Week - Mind your language; Long bow, low blow; Security Council sense Categories: Antisemitism, Israel, Media/ Academia, Palestinians, Terrorism, Updates     Author: Allon Lee

On Jan. 15, ABC Radio "PM's" Michael Edwards reported on the "different jihadi groups... now staking their claims for responsibility for the Paris attacks", including "Amedy Coulibaly, who held up the Jewish deli, claimed to be acting on behalf of Islamic State." This sloppy language minimised the

France's Moment of Truth

France's Moment of Truth Categories: Antisemitism, Europe, Terrorism     Author: Michel Gurfinkiel

The jihadist killing spree in Paris in early January has been described as "France's 9/11" by Le Monde, the French liberal daily newspaper. Indeed, just like the American 9/11 fourteen years ago, it was a moment of truth: for France as a nation, for the French political class and - last, but certain

Not Child's Play: The role of teens in recent Palestinian unrest

Not Child's Play: The role of teens in recent Palestinian unrest Categories: Anti-Zionism, Antisemitism, Israel, Media/ Academia, NGOs, Palestinians, Terrorism, Updates     Author: Allon Lee

Over the past few years some in the media, most notably the Australian's Middle East correspondent John Lyons, have waged a high profile campaign accusing Israel of arresting, intimidating, harassing, and imprisoning hundreds of innocent Palestinian children each year, presumably for non-existent or

The Last word: Violence and Silence

The Last word: Violence and Silence Categories: Antisemitism, Australasia     Author: Jeremy Jones

Since October 1989, I have maintained a database of anti-Jewish incidents of "racist violence", using the definition produced by the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission. The Executive Council of Australian Jewry, which began its database in 2013 and has released the results of its first y

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Summer in Paris

Summer in Paris Categories: Antisemitism, Europe     Author: Robert Wistrich

On July 13, the eve of Bastille Day (a national holiday in France), a mob laid siege to the Don Abravanel synagogue in the Eleventh district of Paris. The "protesters," mainly of North African Arab origin, had broken off from a larger demonstration supported by a small band of left-wing allies - Com

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