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Hundreds of Iraqi notables call to join Abraham Accords, make peace with Israel

In an unprecedented plea for regional reconciliation, over 300 prominent Iraqis called for their country to normalize ties with Israel.

Jonathan Kreutner: “Dear Swiss Press Council, we need to talk”

In an open letter originally published in German, Jonathan Kreutner, secretary general of the Swiss Federation of Jewish communities (SIG/FCSI), is critical of recent rulings by the Swiss Press Council.

Antisemitic videos spreading undetected on TikTok, new report says

a new report from the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) found that extremists use creative ways to promote hate while evading platform moderators on TikTok.

Twitch gamers protest ‘hate raids’ suffered by LGBTQ, Black, Jewish streamers

Night after night, video game streamer RekItRaven watches as their feed is inundated with abusive messages. Hate raided, yet again.

Biden named historian Deborah Lipstadt as Envoy to Combat Antisemitism

US President Joe Biden formally named Deborah Lipstadt as the next US Ambassador to Combat and Monitor Antisemitism.

Top social media platforms fail to act on reported antisemitism, study finds

Social media platforms are mostly not acting against antisemitic content even when...

Israeli filmmakers land in Israel after 20 days in Nigerian prison

Three Jewish filmmakers who were detained by Nigerian security forces nearly three weeks ago have been released and returned to Israel.

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Dr. Moshe Kantor: “The struggle against racism cannot be hijacked by antisemites”

"The Durban Conference, its participants and its resolutions can never be anti-racist if they exclude Jews and Jewish experiences of racism. No single one of the 27 member states of the EU must gratify it with its presence," writes EJC President Dr. Moshe Kantor in an Op-Ed in the Jerusalem Post.