“We will not tolerate hateful actions of any sort against members of our community," wrote the UC Hastings Chancellor.
The artist apologized that his work was mistaken for an anti-Semitic attack.
Twitter removed only 1 percent of flagged content.
Shormrim leader in Stamford Hill Barry Bard suggested the fact that much planning and design work had been invested in making it may be cause for alarm.
'Jews remain the most targeted faith community, both numerically and proportionally, accounting for 11.4% of all hate crime and 53% of all religious hate crime.'
Larijani urged Sunni Muslim countries to abandon their reliance on Israel and join up with Iran's war against the Zionist foe.
On the Muezzin Bill, Netanyahu asked Jacobs if he hears a lot of Muezzin calls in New York City.
'They’ve reached this point ... hooked nose, the alliance of capitalism and Bolsheviks (the red sickle and the cigar) ... Even the [far-right Front National] wouldn’t dare.'
Most of the Jewish Community Centers that received threats had received them before, including the one in Vancouver, where the JCC was threatened last week.
A sign next to the defaced wall read: 'Temple De Hirsch Sinai is aware of this graffiti. We are choosing to leave it exposed for the time being.'
The bipartisan bill codifies the State Department definition of anti-Semitism, and... "is meant to protect Jewish students from discrimination."
The attacker uses a voice changer and a phone device which makes the call appear as if it is coming from a number inside the attacked institution.
The text of the message, sent by cell phone notification, claimed that three pipe bombs were "scattered throughout the museum."
The report cites President Trump's derogatory remarks against Muslims and Mexican immigrants, which won the enthusiastic endorsement of white supremacists harboring anti-Semitic, Racist and anti-Muslim ideologies.
"We insist that all relevant federal agencies, including your own, apply all the resources available to bring the perpetrator or perpetrators... to justice."
"As long as [the threats] continue, we'll continue to condemn them and look at ways in which we we can stop them."
"We are concerned that the number of incidents is accelerating and failure to address and deter these threats will place innocent people at risk"
"Despite our long-standing practice of coming to the defense of threatened Jewish communities, when it comes to the United States, we are silent."
A sixth wave of bomb threats has struck American Jewish institutions across the United States -- but some centers chose not to evacuate this time.
Thompson will be in court in St. Louis on Wednesday, as scheduled, for a hearing on his remand until his trial.
MK Smotrich said in a statement that the new law means Israel 'stops turning the other cheek.'
Campuses in 25 states have reported seeing flyer and poster activity at their schools.
Local Jewish leaders, such as State Assemblyman Dov Hikind, are not convinced, and demand further investigation.
The Dutch national security agency said the Rotterdam mayor had not, as he claimed, been in touch about the Hamas conference.
Anti-Semitic attacks are "disgusting, reprehensible, it violates every tenet of the New York State tradition," said Cuomo.