Anti-Semitism and Holocaust Denial
Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism-4th International Conference in Jerusalem26 Nov 2012A highlight of this upcoming 2013 Conference in Jerusalem, will be the convening of 10 working groups that will deliberate and formulate concrete action plans on the second day of the conference (29 May).
Annual Israel-EU seminar on the fight against antisemitism and xenophobia26 Oct 2011Both Israel and the EU assign great importance to this seminar, which reflects the common struggle against the scourges of antisemitism and xenophobia in Europe.
2010 showed slight decrease in number of anti-Semitic incidents27 Jan 2011The campaign of deligitimization and demonization of Israel is the major threat against Jewish communities as well. Rising trend-extreme Islam adopts Nazi ideology.
87 states join forces to fight antisemitism and Holocaust denial21 Jul 2010The cooperation agreement between the ITF and the ODIHR gives an enormous boost to Holocaust remembrance and the fight against antisemitism.
Boycotting Israel27 Apr 2010The Palestinian Authority, in boycotting "settlement goods", has joined the BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions) campaigns, which single Israel out among all the countries that violate human rights.
Palestinian delegitimization of Israel11 Mar 2010Denial of the Jewish people's historical connection to the Land of Israel comes from the highest, most official sources in the Palestinian Authority. Depiction of Jews as corrupt and immoral provides additional justification for denying them the right to a state.
Israel Apartheid Week at Canadian university campuses01 Mar 2010For one whole week, Israel, among all the nations of the world, is singled out for criticism and rabid expressions of hatred.
FM Avigdor Liberman addresses Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism16 Dec 2009We are witnessing the rise of classic Jew-hatred along with Holocaust denial, not only in Europe but as far as South America.
Min. Edelstein addresses Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism16 Dec 2009Anti-Semitic malice has not decreased, rather anti-Semites have succeeded in repackaging their hate into a politically digestive form. Today it is the Jewish state which has brought war and tragedy to the globe.
Israel expresses its concern about current wave of antisemitism12 Jan 2009Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Tzipi Livni has expressed Israel's concern about the current wave of antisemitic attacks in various parts of the world.