© Provided by CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) – People intent on spreading hate-filled symbols and words are finding new ways to do it online. Messages and symbols of hate have made their way into schools, religious services and funerals – including the Zoom funeral for Dana Brown’s mother.
Judge Resigns After Being Accused of Shoving One Prosecutor, Calling Another ‘Anti-Semitic’ for Refusing to Cut Husband’s Associate a Plea Deal
Head of the Harbor Village Court is contained within the municipality’s village hall. According to the release, former Head of the Harbor Village Justice Ellen D. Fishkin, who first took office in 1996, was under investigation when she resigned May 6. She signed a stipulation agreeing to “never seek or accept” another judicial office at any time in the future, the release says.
Anti-Semitic incidents in London at all-time high The number of anti-Semitic incidents in London reached their highest recorded level last month, according to new figures from a Jewush safety charity. The Community Security Trust (CST) said there were 201 incidents of anti-Semitism reported in the capital in May, and almost all of them were linked to the conflict in Israel and Gaza.
Pro-Palestine mob brandish anti-Semitic banners comparing Israel to Nazis and claiming 'all Jews support violence' at London rally
Thousands called for end to 'British complicity in Israel's war crimes' during the rally outside Downing Street One sign on Saturday read: 'What is antisemitic saying that all Jews support violence and imperialism' Another brandished words: 'It wasn't OK in South Africa, it wasn't OK In Nazi Germany...
London Metropolitan Police have issued a warning about a possible convoy linked to anti-Semitic crime heading to London this weekend. Police say they are aware of the "concern" these reports have created in the community, particularly as the convoy is advertised to take place on the Sabbath and "feels similar to events that took place on NW BCU a few weeks ago".
An independent investigation into the use of anti-Semitic language in the Duxbury High School football team's play calls has found that it was likely a systemic issue, one coaches were aware of, that may have been used in practices since 2010. It found that evidence that the coaching staff was aware of and condoned the use of Jewish terms during practices.
Pro-Palestine protesters at NYC college 'hijack Zoom lecture with anti-Semitic rhetoric and accuse Israel of using Holocaust as a "tool"'
Multiple Jewish students at Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College said May 20 Zoom lecture was hijacked by pro-Palestine activists They said participants of the lecture switched their background to display Palestinian flag and changed their names to 'Free Palestine: Decolonize' Organizers of the stunt then reportedly proceeded to read prepared manifesto denouncing Israel for perpetrating an 'ethnic cleansing'
Police in Arizona are investigating after a spray-painted swastika and an anti-Semitic slur were found on the door of a Tucson synagogue. "The congregation is really disappointed. We're really taken aback," Rabbi Ram Bigelman of the Chabad on River synagogue told CNN on Tuesday.
By Ted Peskett Trainee Reporter Anti-Semitic graffiti was found on the walls of a historic castle in north Cumbria. Police are investigating an incident of racially aggravated criminal damage that occurred on the outer walls of Carlisle Castle. The graffiti was found on the walls on June 2.
Anti-Semitic graffiti has been sprayed on the walls of . Cumbria police is investigating the incident as racially aggravated criminal damage. The graffiti was found on June 2 and officers are appealing for anyone with information or who witnessed the incident to please get in touch. A police spokesman said: “Hate related incidents can have a serious impact on communities and individuals.
Earlier this month, 66 Palestinian children violently lost their lives in Gaza, at the hands of the Israeli military. During the 11 days of fighting between Israel and Hamas, more than 250 Palestinians were killed in total. Of the 10 Israelis who were killed, two were children.
Key Points Google has reassigned a global diversity lead Kamau Bobb over a 2007 blog post that it deemed anti-Semitic. The company said Bobb’s remarks “caused deep offense and pain” to Jewish and LGBTQ+ employees. It also comes as tech companies grapple with how to handle comments made by employees in the years prior to their employment.
'Horrific surge' in anti-Semitic attacks in the past four weeks alone linked to violence in Israel and Gaza has already surpassed the total for any month since records began, campaigners warn
There were 351 recorded anti-Semitic incidents between May 8 and 31, CST say This surpassed the highest total for any single month since records began Spike is linked to the conflict and escalation of violence in Israel and Gaza A 'horrific surge' in anti-Semitic attacks in the past month has 'surpassed anything we have seen before', campaigners have said.
There's anger and disgust in Queens after a memorial for Vietnam veterans was targeted by vandals. Racist and anti-Semitic graffiti was scrawled on the Queens Vietnam Veterans Memorial near 79th Street and Grand Avenue in Elmhurst. The damage was discovered just after noon on Wednesday. City council member Robert Holden posted photos of the graffiti -- calling it a "cowardly act."
“Ultimately, the blame lies with the racist perpetrators of these cowardly incidents. But some politicians, the media, social media companies and others have done their part in tolerating or even stoking the hate." A “horrific surge” in anti-Semitic attacks in the past month has “surpassed anything we have seen before”, campaigners have said.
'Neo-Nazi' student, 24, accused of stirring up a 'racial holy war' tells court he was 'framed by a former girlfriend'
Andrew Dymock, from Bath, is on trial accused of posting antisemitic content 24-year-old allegedly joined white supremacist groups between 2017 and 2018 He told court today that his ex deliberately gave him the extremist material Defendant denied being behind Twitter accounts and claimed he was 'set up' A neo-Nazi student accused of promoting extremist right-wing groups and using social media to 'stir up a race war' today told a court he was framed by a former girlfriend.