The Philadelphia Police Department on Thursday announced an internal review after a photograph surfaced online of an officer with a tattoo that the mayor called 'incredibly offensive,' especially to veterans and victims of the Nazis.
An event hosted by a pro-Israel student group on the University of California-Irvine campus ended abruptly Wednesday night as police were called to protect attendees from an angry mob that had gathered.
Oberlin College President Marvin Krislov’s initial response to the revelations was to defend Karega’s right to free speech, while emphasizing that her views were personal and not those of the college. This sparked outrage from a number of alumni.
The Anti-Defamation League, a New York-based Jewish rights group, has called on Poland's new prime minister to reconsider the appointment of the country's new defense minister unless he publicly recants an anti-Jewish remark from 13 years ago.
After 50 years of service to the Anti-Defamation League, retiring national director Abraham Foxman expressed worry to journalist Edwin Black about the safety of Jews overseas and Israel’s position in the world.