Anti-Semitism & Bigotry
Communications technology has long enabled the spread of hatred, but the internet and related tools have expanded the reach of anti-Semitism by orders of magnitude.
Even in periods when anti-Semitism was low, its persistence in Jewish memory and imagination continued to exert a formative influence on American Jewish identity.
The idea that extreme criticism of Israel is anti-Semitic is controversial.
Two millennia of European anti-Semitism can be traced to early Christian beliefs about Jewish culpability in the murder of Jesus.
Hatred of Jews has been around for centuries, but only in the 1800s did it begin to be referred to as 'anti-Semitism.'
Jews and Muslims have enjoyed positive relations throughout history, but various historical and political developments have led to an entrenchment of anti-Semitic views.
Prejudice against Jews has always existed in the United States, but American anti-Semitism differs from its European precursor in fundamental ways.
What you need to know about the world's oldest hatred.
All about the movement for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against Israel.
Ancient/Medieval Jewish History
In many cities, Jews were forced to live and work in specific areas.