The march began at the Wiesel family home, and ended at the railway station, where a plaque was unveiled and the station named after Wiesel.
“After the atrocious murder of Sarah Halimi in her home, this new aggression must compel authorities in our country to be more vigilant.”
"No one should have to wait for maintenance to come and paint over, cover up, a hate symbol on your front door. That feeling is surreal."
"We can confirm that a number of serving members of the Army have been arrested under the Terrorism Act for being associated with a proscribed far right group."
"There can be no apologizing for terror. Terror must be condemned unequivocally, everywhere."
At a time when the number of violent anti-Semitic assaults taking place in the United States is rising dramatically, programs such as Birthright and Nefesh B'Nefesh are crucial to facilitate the immigration of American Jews to Israel as the most obvious remedy
The EJC is specifically raising a red flag about the deteriorating relationship between Poland's government and the Jewish community.
BDS Jordan started in 2014, when 10 Jordanian women came together to “reactivate the boycott weapon.”
After someone over in Tokyo had shown him the light, Aso realized “it was inappropriate that I cited Hitler as an example and I would like to retract that.”
As late as June, Tillerson wasn’t sure the State Department should have a special anti-Semitism envoy, saying he was concerned the role could actually take attention away from the efforts to fight anti-Semitism.
"It was "a terrifying experience for the young victims who were targeted in this unprovoked anti-Semitic attack."
The petitioners' argument is based not on a claim to the land in question, but on the hypothetical suggestion that the new community which borders enclaves of private Arab land would prevent the owners from using their lands.
The ruling stated that "the consent of the foreigners to their removal is not required for the deportation to be lawful, and it is also possible to deport them against their will.
The United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination has rebuked the US for its “failure at the highest political level to unequivocally reject racist violent events.”
Judging historical figures according to our most current social mores is politically beneficial.
Ukrainian has police announced that apparently the murder resulted from a criminal enterprise.
It seems like this would have been the perfect opportunity to say what they think, directly to the president.
Friedman noted, however, that the President is doing "a great job for America," repeating Trump's charges that the media "treat him unfairly. People have to give him a chance."
"I can’t even believe I have to write this: standing up to Nazis is essential; there are no good Nazis," James Murdoch wrote.
One of the most blatant forms of racism is to refer to an individual from a particular ethnic group as the representative of his or her entire race.
While I find it hard to believe I should have to defend myself on this, or the President, I feel compelled to let you know that the President in no way, shape or form, believes that neo-Nazi and other hate groups who endorse violence are equivalent to groups that demonstrate in peaceful and lawful ways.
March of the Living implores March for Racial Justice to change the date and so as not to exclude Jews.
37% of UK Jews conceal their Jewish identity in public and 17% don't feel welcome in their own country.
HuffPo saying they missed the mark is an understatement.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh warned: "If anyone gets out of control [at the rally] — at all — it will be shut down.”