University admits ‘several students’ said lecture ‘veered into anti-Semitism’.
“Everyone knows you as a hero and a best-selling author, but to me you’ll always be little number 825060,” Gottfried as Hitler says to Anne. He also says, “Of all the accounts that I’ve read, Anne, your book is by far the most flammable.”
German Jews have been warned by a leading government official not to wear traditional kippahs in all public settings following a rise in anti-Semitic attacks across the country.
An Uber driver in New York made a harassing remark about measles to a Hasidic Orthodox female passenger.
Someone drew a swastika and racist graffiti inside a classroom in Bergen County yesterday. Police are investigating.
A suspicious fire broke out Thursday night at the Chabad Center of Needham, MA, Shlucha Chanie Krinsky reported, the same night as a second fire at the Chabad Center of Arlington, MA.
“Sitting there hearing about Jews being gassed, eight million perished including children, watching family members being gassed or tortured or shot, is not remotely funny,” she wrote. Butterfield reportedly replied, “If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the oven.”
The Harvard Lampoon has apologized for printing a sexualized image of Anne Frank in its latest issue, insisting that it denounces “all forms” of anti-Semitism. The image was published over the weekend, and the student-run magazine only apologized after an uproar from those who said there was nothing funny about trivializing the Holocaust.
BAL HARBOUR, FLA. Police have arrested a Daniel Starikov who shouted Jewish slurs and attacked two separate groups of Orthodox Jews on the Sabbath as they walked to, or in the area of, synagogues in Bal Halbour.
A series of photos featuring a group of teenagers crowded around a swastika made of red plastic cups – laughing, toasting and Sieg Heiling over the Nazi symbol – is shaking swaths of predominantly white and affluent communities across Orange County, Calif., where at least some of the teens are enrolled in high school.
The video, with suspenseful music playing in the background, opens with footage of a crowd of Orthodox Jews. Then it paraphrases a classic poem about the Holocaust. But the video, which was posted this month, isn’t meant to denounce Nazis. Instead its purported villains are Orthodox Jews looking to move to the Central New Jersey suburbs.
A school district in Wisconsin said the First Amendment prevented it from punishing students in this picture, in which many are making what appears to be a Nazi salute.