A video obtained by The Daily Beast on Aug. 19 showed a group of Orange County students singing a Nazi marching song and giving...
The words “for the many not the Jew” was found written in black marker across an electric box on California State University Fullerton’s campus...
Irvine’s Beth Jacob Synagogue was vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti that stated “F*** Jews.” Here’s a photo of the graffiti, which was discovered on the morning...
A group of pro-Palestinian protesters disrupted an event featuring Israeli speakers at UC Irvine (UCI) on May 3 and failed to shut it down. The...
The neo-Nazi organization that is connected to the man who allegedly murdered 19-year-old Blaze Bernstein lavished praise for Bernstein’s death in a series of...
The man suspected of killing 19-year-old Blaze Bernstein in Orange County earlier this month is alleged to have had connections to a neo-Nazi organization...
UPDATE: The body of Blaze Bernstein was discovered Jan. 9 in Borrego Park in Lake Forest. His death is currently being investigated as a...
Temple Beth Haverim, an Agoura Hills-based Conservative congregation, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last week in an effort to restructure its debts.\n\n
\"There has been a significant rise in the past four years in anti-Semitism generally and on school campuses,\" said Dr. Kevin O\'Grady, associate director of the Anti-Defamation League\'s (ADL) Orange County/Long Beach Region. O\'Grady\'s office recorded 43 cases of harassment and vandalism last year, nearly 50 percent more than in 2003; one-third of these involved public schools.
Vandals destroyed a large public menorah in Orange County last weekend, an act classified as a hate crime by authorities.\nThe steel menorah, weighing 150 pounds and standing 15 feet high and 10 feet wide, was located in Ladera Ranch, a planned community near Mission Viejo.
\"Boy\" revolves around 40ish novelist Eric Weiss, who returns home -- actually to the hospital where he was born -- to visit his dying father, Manny, a shoe salesman. It\'s his first trip back in a while, and he\'s ambivalent: \"I saw what Brooklyn did to my parents, and I knew I had to get the hell out of here,\" he tells a friend. \"I saw ... the fear, the xenophobia, the suffocating double grip the Holocaust and the Depression had around their throats.\"
What do we have in Judaism that comes closest to a military parade? It occurred to me that every Sabbath morning, when we take out the Torah and walk around the sanctuary, we are actually simulating a military parade. No guns, not tanks, no jet planes to impress onlookers.
While federal laws require public buildings to provide access for the handicapped, Jay Kruger still encounters restaurants without ramps, public restrooms with hard-to-open doors that trap him inside and theater seating that is spitting distance from the screen.
Overlooking bruised thumbs, sore muscles and sunburns, by week\'s end the construction crew will bubble excitedly over their measurable progress that began with a bare foundation, said Thayne Smith, construction director for Orange County\'s Habitat for Humanity.
In considering the impact of what is arguably the single most cataclysmic event to befall the United States in this generation, professor Lew Smith of Fordham University wrote in Education Week that social institutions such as schools must seize this moment in our history to define their purposes.
The apple, even more than the bibical pomegranate, has become the symbolic first fruit to be eaten during Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, which will be observed at sundown, Wednesday, Sept. 15. During Rosh Hashanah, tradition calls for a perfect apple to be pared and cut into as many pieces as there are people present. A piece of the apple is dipped in honey and passed to each person at the table before the meal begins to symbolize a sweet and joyous New Year.
The event will be held in October by Americans for Peace Now.
One textbook called Zionism "a radical racist political movement."
A Google Search for ‘Jewish Baby Strollers’ Yields Anti-Semitic Images. An Extremist Campaign May Be to Blame
The campaign appears to stem from 4chan.
"I’m satisfied that it’s finally happening," she said.
“The only way to a comprehensive and just peace is the establishment of a Palestinian state on the 1967 borders.”
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