Category: BUZZ

JewTube Weekly: Leaders of the world, UNITE!

Leaders of the world, UNITE!

Merkel Speaks in Berlin Against Antisemitism

“Germany will do all it can to fight Antisemitism”, Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a speech not too long ago, following a surge of abuse against Jews and spreading anti-Israeli sentiment aroused by the Gaza conflict this past summer.
Merkel made her pledge to thousands at a landmark rally protesting a rise in Antisemitism that authorities and Jewish leaders blame mainly on Muslim extremists and young immigrants, saying anyone who attacks Jews is attacking all of Germany.


Obama: Unite Against Antisemitism, Hatred & Violence

President Barack Obama made a comment on the apparent hate-crime shootings of Jews in Overland Park, Kansas, in April 2014.

“That this occurred now — as Jews were preparing to celebrate Passover, as Christians were observing Palm Sunday –makes this tragedy all the more painful. And today, as Passover begins, we’re seeing a number of synagogues and Jewish community centers take added security precautions. Nobody should have to worry about their security when gathering with their fellow believers. No one should ever have to fear for their safety when they go to pray.”


Ban Ki-moon at the General Assembly Meeting on the Rise of Antisemitism

Secretary-General’s video message for the Informal Meeting of the General Assembly to address concerns of a rise in Antisemitism worldwide

“The fight against anti-Semitism is inseparable from our wider quest for peaceful coexistence and human rights for all. Where anti-Semitism flourishes, other forms of discrimination are sure to be there, too. But when we counter anti-Semitism, we uphold our common humanity. The fight against anti-Semitism is a fight for all of us.”


Pope Francis: No to Every Form of Antisemitism

“Humanity needs our joint witness in favour of respect for the dignity of man and woman created in the image and likeness of God, and in favour of peace which is above all God’s gift.” That was the reflection offered by Pope Francis to the delegation of leaders of the “International Jewish Committee on Interreligious Consultations,” whom he received today in the Vatican. In the course of the encounter, the Pope recalled the conciliar document Nostra Aetate, “a key point of reference for relations with the Jewish people,” which, among other things, “also firmly condemned hatred, persecution and all forms of anti-Semitism.” “Due to our common roots,” the Holy Father said, “a Christian cannot be anti-Semtic”.

Brough to you by: Michael Schwartz.

The new Antisemitism










 ADL -The Anti-Defamation League, is an organization that fights Antisemitism and all forms of bigotry, defends democratic ideals and protects civil rights for all. The organization recently published a new report, known as the ADL GLOBAL 100, consists of surveys taken by the general public from 101 countries, including the Palestinian Territories in the West Bank & Gaza.

Here are some interesting conclusions from the survey


info 3










info6 (1)



For more information visit ADL site

Brought to you by: Eliron Cohav.

JewTube Weekly: When Hatred Penetrates

Anti-Semitism on Daily Basis: When Hatred Penetrates Mass Communication

“Shabbat Hunter” – an anti-Semitic Iranian Film

“Shabbat hunter” is a film that became a major hit in Iran. In the center of the highly budgeted film stands a Zionist rabbi, presented with a handful of negative stereotypes, who turns his grandson into a murder whose goal is to kill all gentiles.

Al-Shatat (the Diaspora): “Jews Murder A Christian Child and Use His Blood for Passover Matzos.”

The following is a scene from the Syrian-produced TV series “Al-Shatat.” It was first aired on Hizbullah’s Al-Manar TV during the month of Ramadan 2003, and then on two Iranian channels during Ramadan 2004. Al-Mamnou’ TV, a new Jordanian channel, aired “Al-Shatat” during Ramadan 2005.


The Iranian Cinema Weapons – Modern anti-Semitism and Defamation of Israel and the Jewish world.

In recent years, Iranian distributors, in dozens of documentary films, share one purpose: smear and create de-legitimization of the Jewish community and the State of Israel through propaganda-driven documentaries.
These films are sold at fairs, both locally and internationally (to a western audience.)

The Iranians also produce feature films with high budget, starring local celebrities, which are aimed at the domestic or Islamic and Arab broadcast channels on satellite.

The plots of these films often pass the border of similarity in the way described Israelis or Jews. That it is difficult in view descriptions, involving forms Antisemitism and hatred of Jews that were mostly known during the Middle Ages.

Brainwashing of the audience in the Arab world (and the in the West) is a war of modern times. A cruel weapon for shameless propaganda.


Anti- Semitic Play on Egyptian TV: Mossad Agents Behind Arab Spring

“The Spy” is an Egyptian play that was performed on 2014 (the days after the revolution against President Hossni Mubark.) It represents the Israeli Mossad with anti-Semitic characteristics and symbols. The plot takes action at the time of the revolutions, showing that the Mossad ridiculously was trying to take advantage of the revolution to take control over the Arab world.

Brough to you by: Michael Schwartz.

What are The 5 most Anti- Semitic Countries?


The 5 most Antisemitic countries

The ADL (The Anti-Defamation League- an organization that fights Antisemitism and all forms of bigotry, defends democratic ideals and protects civil rights for all,) released a new report, which reflects the rising tide of  Antisemitism around the world.This report, known as the ADL GLOBAL 100, consists of surveys of the general public from 101 countries, including the Palestinian Territories in the West Bank & Gaza. Each country received a certain score, according to the anti-Semitic views among its citizens.

Here are 5 of the states who got the highest score:

5. Libya

Who got the index score 87%. 89% of  people aged 18-34 have Antisemitic views and 82% believe Jews have too much control over global affairs.


4. Algeria

Is in a tie with Lybia, both share the index score of 87%. Algeria had a larger gender gap in opinion than the other countries listed, with 92% of males, and 82% of females holding anti-Jewish beliefs.



3. Yemen

Reached the index score of 88%. Anti- Semitic violence in Yemen has been a growing problem since the Yemenite President Ali Abdullah Saleh was elected in 2011.  Islamist terror groups like Al Qaeda are on the upswing in Yemen.

Aharon Zindani stabbed to death in anti-Semitic incident; family arrives at Ben-Gurion Airport for burial, plan to stay in Israel.


2. Iraq

Iraq comes in second place, with an index score of 92%. When Iraquis were asked if Jews are responsible for most of the world’s wars, 75% of them replied “yes.”


1. The West Bank and Gaza

 With 93% overall index score, among the people between the ages of 18-49, 92% were shown to have Antisemitic opinions, and among those 50 and older, 98% of the people were shown to hold such opinions.


Visit ADL website for more information and the rest of the survey.

Brought to you by: Eliron Kochav.


JewTube Weekly: 10 Hours of Walking as a Jew

France Under (an anti-Semitic) Attack

10 Hours of Walking in Paris as a Jew

This video shows Jewish journalist Zvika Klein walking in the streets of Paris, a month after the terror attack at the Kosher supermarket, and in times of raging Antisemitism. “Go f*** from the front and the back,” “Viva Palestine,” “Hey you, with the kippa, what are you doing here?” these were only a few of the remarks sent his way..

The Alarming Rise of Antisemitism in France

Nearly 7,000 French Jews immigrated to Israel in 2014, and this year the numbers are even higher. Simone Rodan-Benzaquen of the American Jewish Committee office in Paris, discusses the rising threat of Antisemitism and the future of Jews in Europe.


Violent anti-Semitic Protest in Paris

A glimpse at how an anti-Semitic protest looks like:Thousands of violent protestors took over the streets of Paris, while shouting anti-Semitic slogans (Death to Jews / Morts aux Juifs) and attacking Jewish-owned shops while also attacking anything and anyone they can get their hands on.

Brought to you by Michael Schwartz.

JewTube Weekly: Anti-Semitic Education

Anti-Semitic Education


Kids, Cartoons and Animals: Top 5 Most Bizarre Palestinian anti-Semitic Videos

In the video, clips translated by MEMRI, children appear to be the clear target of the anti-Semitic incitement. In the Palestinian media, as part of children’s shows, actors dressed up as furry stuffed animals and cartoon characters speak against the “Jewish devil.”

Watch the video here


Anti-Semitic Education at Northeastern University

Are distinguished professors from Northeastern University promoting Antisemitism? This short documentary shows the disturbing situation of tenured professors promote anti-Jewish, anti-Israel agendas under academic cloak. Watch as a hidden camera catches tenured professors indoctrinate students, and encourage meetings with anti-Semites.

Is There Anti-Semitism on College Campuses?

Do Jewish students feel safe on campus? In this video, students from across the US share their anti-Semitic experiences on-campus. As it turns out, the place that should be a haven for freedom of speech– is dangerous and full of hatred.

Brought to you by Michael Schwartz.

JewTube Weekly: Anti-Semitic Vandalism

A Week of anti-Semitic Vandalism

‘Reeks of Anti-Semitism’: The Disturbing Scene at Least Two Dozen Families Just Discovered Outside Their Homes

Disturbing rash of anti-Semitism and vandalism unfolded in Madison, Wisconsin, where at least 30 homes and vehicles were spray-painted with vulgar messages.

Watch here.


Jewish Graves in France Desecrated With Nazi Slogans

A horrifying vision vas unveiled at the Jewish cemetery in the eastern town of Sarre-Union, Frrance, as Some 300 tombs were desecrated. The French police questioned five teenagers in connection with hundreds of Jewish gravestones that were knocked over and defaced with swastikas and Nazi slogans. Read more here.


Rash of anti-Semitic graffiti includes at least 30 complaints

While most of the damage included profane language and explicit drawings, several contained racially-based and anti-Semitic slurs and swastikas.

Watch here

Brought to you by: Michael Schwartz.



JewTube Weekly: Getting Married

Getting married, Jewish style!


What to expect at a Jewish wedding ceremony

Heading to a Jewish wedding? Don’t be in the dark! In weddings like in weddings, not all ceremonies are the same, but there are several basic components you can find in any Jewish ceremony:

Read More

Why Jews Are Awesome?

why jews are awsome כותרת

1. We can celebrate our birthday twice a year: The first time according to the Gregorian calender we all know and use daily, and the second time according to the Hebrew calendar. You don’t have to bring us two gifts. That is, unless you really want to…

2. We eat sufganiyot (like a doughnut but without the hole and with jelly or other cream inside) for 8 whole days during the holiday of Hanukkah, and cannot be judged about it (we just follow tradition, after all.)


3. Confessions? Not for us! We have a special day, called Yom Kippur, where we atone our sins from the passing year. During this day, many of us don’t eat or drink or use electricity, and some even spend the entire day at the synagogue. The paved roads are also empty (traditionally, we do’t drive on this day,)  so that children ride their bikes freely and basically no one walks on the pavements.


4. We celebrate Valentine’s Day twice! Once on Febuary 14, like the rest of the world, and the second time on “Tu Be’Av” (the fifteenth of the month Av) according to the Hebrew calendar


5. We celebrate Purim, which is the non-scary, all fun version of Halloween.We wear costumes and give each other “Mishloach Manot,” which is basucally a package of candies. Best thing about this holiday? You’re never too old for Purim!


  1. We have one holiday, called Lag B’Omer, where all you can smell in the air all across the country, is roasted marshmellow (s’mores anyone?) Sure, this holiday has its religious roots and traditions, but fur many of us – it’s all about sitting around bonfires until sunrise.






Brought to you by: Eliron Cochav

So world Antisemitism NOT on the rise?

by  Yaakov (Bones) Kirschen

Dry Bones Cartoonist Yaakov (Bones) Kirschen (entry in the National Cartoonists Society directory) KirschenAnother Brooklyn boy. Born March 8, 1938. Graduated from Queens College 1961. Wrote and drew funny cards for Norcross. After dismissal for loudness and jocular attitude became a freelance gag cartoonist for the former “Mad Mag” guys who were then doing “Cracked”. Moved on to doing cartoons for Playboy. Included in several “Best Of” Playboy anthologies. Fell in with the anti-Vietnam War folks and was actually elected delegate to the 1968 Democratic convention in Chicago where, in spite of all the riots, was unable to get arrested. In 1971 moved to Israel, changed first name from Jerry to Yaakov, and in 1973 began drawing a daily editorial strip called Dry Bones. In 2003 the toon celebrated its 30th year in the Jerusalem Post. It has been reprinted or quoted by the NY Times, Time Mag, LA Times, CBS, AP, etc. Forbes Mag said about Kirschen: “In the tradition of Nast, Herblock, and Mauldin.”