For several years, anti-Semitism, worldwide, has been skyrocketing to levels not seen in decades. In the United States, the story is sadly much the same, except for one difference: CUFI. For the first time in history, an army of millions of committed Christian Zionists has banded together as Christians United for Israel to strongly oppose anti-Semitism and stand with the Jewish people.

Argentinian Professor Offers Bonus to ‘Whoever Finds a Poor Jew’

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

A university professor in Argentina told his students that he “will give a bonus to whoever finds a poor Jew.” During an online class on international politics at the 21st Century Business University located in Cordoba, Argentina, Prof. Esteban Lizondo also said that the creation of the State of Israel was a concession to the … Read More

NFL Star Apologizes for Posting Anti-Semitic Quotes Attributed to Hitler

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson apologized on Tuesday after backlash for sharing anti-Semitic posts on social media over the weekend. “My post was definitely not intended for anybody of any race to feel any type of way, especially the Jewish community,” Jackson said in a video he posted on Instagram on Tuesday. “I post … Read More

Holocaust Survivor Invites Eagles’ DeSean Jackson to Auschwitz

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Holocaust survivor Edward Mosberg has extended an invitation to Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson to visit Auschwitz, following the latter’s controversial Instagram post quoting Adolf Hitler. The invitation was posted on Twitter by From the Depths, an organization that seeks to protect the memory of the Holocaust, of which Mosberg is honorary chairman. “Almost … Read More

Swastikas Drawn on Home and Bench in Jewish Neighborhood of Baltimore

Thursday, July 2, 2020

Swastikas were found drawn on a public bench and on the side door of a home in a Jewish neighborhood of Baltimore.  The symbol on the home, in the northwest section of the city, was drawn with a black marker and discovered on June 24, the local CBS affiliate WJZ reported, citing the police report.  … Read More

State Department: ‘There Must be Justice’ for Slain Jewish Journalist Daniel Pearl

Thursday, July 2, 2020

The US State Department called for “justice” one day after Pakistan’s Supreme Court refused to suspend a lower court’s ruling freeing Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, who was convicted of being part of the 2002 killing in Pakistan of Wall Street Journal Jewish journalist Daniel Pearl, paving the way for him to walk free. “The United States is watching this case … Read More

Pakistani Supreme Court Paves Way to Free Man Convicted of Jewish Journalist’s Murder

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Monday refused to suspend a lower court’s ruling freeing Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, who was convicted of being part of the 2002 killing in Pakistan of Wall Street Journal Jewish journalist Daniel Pearl, paving the way for him to walk free. The Supreme Court also declined to hear the Pakistani government’s appeal immediately and instead … Read More

Swastika Spray-Painted Outside Synagogue in Maine

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

A swastika was spray-painted Thursday night in white on the sidewalk in front of a US synagogue in Bangor, Maine. Bangor police are investigating the incident. Security camera footage taken by Congregation Beth Israel captured clear images of the teenagers who drew the swastika. “I do hope, rather than criminal mischief or vandalism charges, we … Read More

Concrete Slab Hurled Into Home of 84-Year-Old Jewish Woman Near Paris

Friday, June 26, 2020

A large concrete slab was thrown through a living room window of an Jewish 84-year-old woman in what an anti-racism group called a hate crime. No one was injured in the incident Monday in the suburb of Gagny, but it left the victim “traumatized,” the National Bureau for Vigilance Against Antisemitism, or BNVCA, wrote in … Read More

German Court Rules Travel Portal Can ‘Discriminate’ Against Israelis

Friday, June 26, 2020

A court in the southern Germany city of Munich affirmed on Wednesday the right of a travel portal to deny service to an Israeli passenger because of a stopover in Kuwait–a regime that boycotts the Jewish state. The Israeli Shmuel M, who lives in Germany, wanted to travel in 2018 from Munich to Sri Lanka, … Read More

COVID-19 Fueling Worldwide Wave of Anti-Semitism, Researchers Find

Thursday, June 25, 2020

A report published Tuesday by a Tel Aviv research group found that the coronavirus pandemic has become a vehicle for an intense and exceptional wave of anti-Semitism and anti-Zionist propaganda that accuses Jews and Israel of either causing the virus or standing to benefit from it. The pandemic has “unleashed a unique worldwide wave of … Read More