Diaspora Jewry is the collective name for the Jewish communities outside of the Land of Israel. Historically, these communities go back to big historical events like the Babylonian exile, the siege of Jerusalem and the expulsion from Spain. Today, the biggest Diaspora communities exist in the United States, France, Canada, the UK and Russia.
Severe anti-Zionist rhetoric on occasion descends into antisemitism and seeks to exclude Zionists from campus spaces.
The resolution targets groups like Hillel and StandWithUs.
Andrew Birkin, the screenwriter who attempted to adapt the Nazi’s memoir into a film in the 1970s, is featured prominently in “Speer Goes to Hollywood,” which was released in the US this month.
The ongoing effects of COVID pervaded the event Monday night at the Marriott Marquis in midtown Manhattan, and lent it an air of guardedness.
In their most recent edition of The Harbinger, NYU Review of Law & Social Change announced that it will boycott academic events convened or cosponsored by Israel.
Gibson's 2004 film "The Passion of the Christ" received a controversial reception, including calling it an antisemitic reinforcement of Jewish responsibility for the death of Jesus.
The town was renamed Castrillo Matajudíos — Fort Kill The Jews — in 1627, during a period of extreme religious persecution by the Inquisition.
Intelligence Minister says entry must be made easier to reflect Israel’s status as the nation-state of the Jewish people.
The Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education praised the removal of inflammatory material promoting violence and antisemitic conspiracy theories.
Investor and philanthropist to Jewish causes Michael Steinhardt agreed to forfeit $70 million in looted antiquities and never again collect ancient artifacts in a plea deal.