After a rise in anti-Semitism in the United States last year, this year's continued spike in anti-Jewish incidents is troubling.
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The latest wave of bomb threats to Jewish community centers has targeted institutions across the U.S. and Canada.
In what is the latest set of bomb threats to American Jewish institutions, schools in Florida, Maryland, and Virginia were targeted, as well as centers in Alabama, Delaware, Indiana, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.
Vandalism of dozens of graves in a Philadelphia Jewish cemetery - along with incidents in Iowa and Buffalo - are the latest anti-Semitic incidents in the U.S.
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.
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.