Writing for the Gatestone Institute, Alan Dershowitz discusses the folly of blaming Israel - a nation striving for peace - for the anti-Semitic violence and hatred it faces.
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Police in St. Louis are investigating a possible anti-Semitic hate crime after more than 170 tombstones were vandalized in an attack on a Jewish cemetery.
After the latest rash of bomb threats against Jewish Community Centers in America, the White House has called the actions "unacceptable."
Already this year, 48 Jewish Community Centers have received bomb threats by phone. With this uptick in anti-Semitism, is anyone paying attention?
In the third set of bomb threats toward American Jewish Community Centers this month, eleven more institutions have received threats.
As anti-Semitism rises across the globe, there are still no easy answers to humanity's oldest hatred.
In a show of solidarity with the local Jewish community which has been harassed by neo-Nazis, a Montana police department has put a traditional Jewish mezuzah on its station door.
A new poll taken ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day finds that 85% of Jews worldwide have experienced or witnessed anti-Semitism, while 50% in North America and Europe have in just the past year.
Bomb threats have been reported at Jewish community centers in Delaware, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
A neo-Nazi rally to be held in Montana next weekend in order to harass the local Jewish community will include a Hamas terrorist as one of the speakers.