As Jews, we have always jumped into the celebration of Thanksgiving. Since arriving in the United States three generations ago, my family has embraced this holiday as representative of the protection this country would give to us as Jews.
I was in Israel when the war broke out. My spouse and I flew for the holidays of Sukkot and Simchat Torah to spend time with our children who live in Israel. The first part of our trip was pure joy. And then October 7th brought us fear, sadness, and uncertainty.
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.