Antisemitism Worldwide Report for 2022 ADL

ADL and Tel Aviv University Publish The Annual 2022 Report on Antisemitism Worldwide

Summary of April 2023 report from Tel Aviv University and the ADL. The full report can be found here.
Anti-Semitism 101 My Jewish Learning

Anti-Semitism 101 (Website), My Jewish Learning

An overview of antisemitism in Europe, America, and areas under Muslim rule. Topics covered include historical roots and contemporary manifestations of antisemitism, as well as its intersection with Israel.
Antisemitic comments from public figures spark concern over real-world implications 2022 PBS Video

Antisemitic comments from public figures spark concern over real-world implications 2022 Video – PBS

Dov Waxman discusses growing worry surrounding the impact of antisemitic remarks by influential individuals Kanye West and Donald Trump. The article discusses how such comments contribute to normalizing antisemitic attitudes, which may fuel discrimination, hatred, and even violence against Jewish communities.

Antisemitism in Our Midst: Past and Present (Video)

This video is part of the Antisemitism Education Initiative on the Berkeley campus. This video charts the history of antisemitism from its origins until today. It tackles the hard questions about different and changing forms of antisemitism, persistent anti-Jewish stereotypes, the complex racial position of Jews in contemporary America, and the precise line between criticism of Israel and antisemitism.

Antisemitism: A Very Short Introduction, 2007 (Book), by Steven Beller

In his book, scholar and author Steven Beller examines and untangles the various strands of antisemitism seen through history, revealing why hatred of the Jews appears to be so persistent through time in the social, political, and cultural contexts. Beller explores “Aryan” supremacy, “Muslim antisemitism,” Holocaust denial, and European xenaphobia, and other topics to demonstrate how antisemitism persists around the world.

Antisemitism: Here and Now, January 2019 (Book), by Deborah E. Lipstadt

With the increase of antisemitic incidents over the last decade, Deborah Lipstadt, a historian and professor of Holocaust history at Emory University, seeks to answer the following questions: “Is there any significant difference between left-wing and right-wing antisemitism? What role has the anti-Zionist movement played? And what can be done to combat the latest manifestations of an ancient hatred?”
Antisemitism - The Longest Hatred

Antisemitism: The Longest Hatred, 1991 (Book), by Robert Solomon Wistrich

Antisemitism scholar Robert Solomon Wistrich explores the history of antisemitism from pagan hostility toward Jews to Christian anti-Judaism, and the latter’s overwhelming influence on contemporary antisemitism. Wistrich examines the ideologies of Karl Marx and Hitler, the experience of Jews in Islamic countries, Jewish stereotypes, and more, to give a full portrait of antisemitism’s historical roots and contemporary significance.
ADL Audit of Antisemetic Incidents 2022 Survey

Audit of Antisemitic Incidents 2022 – Anti Defamation League

A summary of antisemitic harassment, vandalism, and assault in the United States during 2022. Data is organized by geographic location, month, themes/trends, and methodology; the report concludes with recommendations for how government officials and technology platforms can combat antisemitism.
Bound in the Bond of Life

Bound in the Bond of Life: Pittsburgh Writers Reflect on the Tree of Life Tragedy (Book), edited by Beth Kissileff and Eric S. Lidji

A collection of personal reflections and essays from writers in Pittsburgh following the devastating Tree of Life synagogue tragedy. These writings offer a space for healing and remembrance while providing a testament to the community’s resilience in tragedy.

Dismantling the Big Lie: The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, 2003 (Book), by Steven Leonard Jacobs and Mark Weitzman

Steven Leonard Jacobs and Mark Weitzman debunk the major propaganda source for justifying antisemitism from tsarist Russia, titled The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.The authors examine the book’s history and legacy, and refute the 24 protocols item by item.

Five myths about anti-Semitism, Feb. 3, 2017 (Article/Essay), by Yair Rosenberg

Tablet Magazine senior writer Yair Rosenberg argues that to fight antisemitism, we have to understand it. He breaks down and debunks five common misconceptions about antisemitism.

Is it Still Safe to be a Jew in America? March 25, 2020 (Article/Essay), by Gary Rosenblatt

Gary Rosenblatt, Editor at large of the Jewish Week, argues that as society has grown more polarized, classic forms of hatred have increased dramatically. Rosenblatt provides an in-depth exploration of the history of antisemitism in the United States, including the relationship between Jewish and Black communities over time, President Donald Trump’s influence, the debate on college campuses, increased security at Jewish institutions, and more to address the central question.

Moment Magazine Antisemitism Monitor (Website)

Moment Magazine is an independent magazine that focuses on American Jewish life. Its wesbite features an Antisemitism Monitor that reports antisemitic incidents around the world by county and date on a weekly basis.

Online Hate Index Report: The Digital Experience of Jewish Lawmakers (Survey) Oct. 6, 2020

A study conducted by the Anti-Defamation League looks at online attempts to sow divisiveness and misinformation, in tandem with antisemitism, in order to examine how antisemitism is used to attack incumbent Jewish members of U.S. Congress running for re-election. The study finds that antisemitic tropes are being used, especially by the conspiracy theory group, QAnon, to target Jewish incumbents, and provides recommendations for social media companies, lawmakers, and candidates to address the problem.

QAnon, the KKK, and the Exploitation of Antisemitism for Political Power Oct. 6, 2020 (Article/Essay) by Sara Kamali

Sara Kamali, a scholar of systemic inequities and White nationalism, unpacks the history of antisemitism in the United States through the lens of the KKK and now, QAnon. Kamali compares the two groups’ rise to power by demonstrating their influence over prominent politicians and fueling a white nationalist movement and ideology. Kamali argues that we must look to history for solutions for present-day problems, and that history teaches that the trajectory of the quintessential American experiment is at stake in the 2020 Presidential election.