Learn about the violent history behind the phrase “Globalize the Intifada,” and how it is being used today by people rallying in support of Palestinians for widespread violence against Jews in Israel and across the globe.
Amid the terrifying increase of antisemitic harassment, intimidation, and violence around the world in the wake of the October 7 terror attack against Israel, American Jewish Committee (AJC) today released updated terms to its Translate Hate glossary, a tool to help people identify, understand, and report antisemitism.
Since the Hamas attack on Israel, we have seen disturbing headlines, videos, and even arrests made on college campuses across the country due to an alarming surge in antisemitism. As we justifiably focus on how to ensure the safety of Jewish university students, we cannot forget the need to combat antisemitism in K-12 schools as well.
On October 7, Hamas launched an unprovoked and vicious surprise attack on Israel. But what is Hamas? What are the group’s origins and how did we get to where we are today? Join American Jewish Committee (AJC) and Maj. Gen. (Res.) Amos Gilead, former senior military and Defense Ministry official and current Executive Director of the Institute for Policy and Strategy at Reichman University, to help answer these questions and more.
American Jewish Committee today welcomed the U.S. House of Representatives’ unanimous passage of a bipartisan resolution condemning the Hamas terror attack on Oct. 7 and demanding that Hamas immediately release all hostages and allow for their safe return home.