In Memoriam: Sy Dill
Sy Dill: Rhode Island pro-Israel leader 
Counter-clockwise from top: at Congregation Agudas Achim protesting the rabbi's membership in anti-Zionist Jewish Voice for Peace; at the State House press conference speaking out against the Iran Deal; at the Jewish Community Center for Nitsana Darshan-Leitner's talk 'Bankrupting Terrorism'.

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Anti-Semitism is seeping into the United States via college campuses, politics, and the internet. It is evident in both the far-left and far-right political movements that hatred towards Jews is on the rise. The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem has put together a new resource to help the Christian community better understand anti-Semitism and how to stop it.

The booklet is available to download for free and we encourage everyone to get themselves a copy and share it with people in their network. Click here to view/download.

Riots and Demonstrations from Portland to Jerusalem

Caroline Glick July 31, 2020
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Over the past several years, public discourse in the United States has seen a lot of new lows. It saw another one this month when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi referred to federal officers in Portland, Oregon as “stormtroopers,” that is, Nazi Brownshirts.

In a tweet on July 18 and in subsequent remarks, Pelosi accused the federal forces deployed to Portland of “kidnapping protesters and causing severe injuries in response to graffiti.”

Pelosi’s allegations would cause a political earthquake – if they were true. But they aren’t true. And the fact that she slandered federal officers as Nazis is a deeply disturbing testament to where the Democratic Party – of which she is the senior elected official – stands today and what its intentions are.

For the past two months, the progressive city of Portland in the progressive State of Oregon, has been the scene of chaos and rioting. The liberal media have misleadingly characterized the riots as “peaceful demonstrations.” Read entire article.


Are Jews Still Allowed in the Democratic Party?

Caroline Glick

Ahead of Nancy Pelosi's endorsement of anti-Semitic Representatives Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, I discussed whether, and under what conditions Jewish Americans are welcome in today's Democratic Party.
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WATCHHow can Anti-Zionism be Anti-Semitism? 

A 5-minute animation by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations (United Kingdom) 1991-2013

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