March for Israel draws busloads to National Mall to protest antisemitism

An estimated tens of thousands of people gathered on the National Mall Nov. 14 in a show of solidarity for Israel in the wake of the terrorist group Hamas' Oct. 7 attacks on that country and a protest of antisemitism ...
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People mourn the loss of life as they hold a vigil for the victims of the Tree of Life Congregation shooting in Pittsburgh Oct. 27, 2018. At least 11 people were killed and six others wounded, including four police officers, during the shooting at the synagogue. A federal jury June 16, 2023, found 50-year-old Robert Bowers of Baldwin, Pa., guilty of all 63 charges filed against him in the attack. (OSV News photo/John Altdorfer, Reuters)

Synagogue shooter’s conviction ‘sends message’ against antisemitism, say experts

(OSV News) — The conviction of a mass shooter who murdered 11 people and wounded six more at a Pittsburgh synagogue during services “sends a clear message” against antisemitism, while challenging Catholics to ensure such attacks never happen again, experts ...
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Festival candles at Rodeph Shalom in Philadelphia are seen during a service marking Erev Rosh Hashanah Sept. 6, 2021. (CNS photo/Rachel Wisniewski, Reuters)

Churches called to ‘national reckoning of soul’ amid antisemitism crisis

Scholars of Jewish-Christian relations are urging churches in the U.S. to "a national reckoning of the soul" amid what they are describing as "the greatest crisis of public antisemitism in a century" in the U.S.
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Editorial: A Legacy of Hate

We cannot rewrite history—though it is our duty to learn from it.
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