The Current State of Antisemitism | Presentation by CEP Senior Research Analyst Josh Lipowsky

Wednesday, Apr 06, 2022

Antisemitism remains alive and present, manifesting as violent attacks like the Tree of Life shooting as well as biased and exclusionary rhetoric from both the far-right and the far-left. Josh Lipowsky, a senior research analyst with the Counter Extremism Project and a fellow 3G, will guide us on this topic as he unpacks the “new antisemitism” and the modern incarnations of the world’s oldest hatred. He holds degrees in global affairs, journalism, Jewish studies, and Hebrew, and he previously worked as an award-winning journalist for multiple Jewish media outlets covering antisemitism and the Arab-Israeli conflict.

This event, on Wednesday, April 6, 2022 at 8:00pm ET, was sponsored by 3GNY, 3GAZ, 3GBaltimore, 3GDC, 3GNJ, 3GPhilly, 3GMiami, Boston 3G, and the JFCS Holocaust Center - 3GSF. 

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On September 30, 2017, there was a small explosion at Myanmar’s embassy in Cairo, Egypt, though there were no casualties. Hasm later claimed responsibility for the attack, the militant group’s first on a civilian target, saying it was a warning in response to the Myanmar’s military crackdown on Rohingya Muslims. 

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