Stand With Us was founded in 2001 in response to the misinformation that surrounds the Middle East conflict, and the inappropriate often anti-Semitic language used about Israel and/or the Jewish people worldwide. StandWithUs has offices and chapters around the world and is dedicated to empowering Israel supporters with a wide variety of materials, resources and tools in order to be able to effectively combat the growing anti-Israel campaigns and speakers.
Justice: An anti-Israel demonstrator who took part in a violent protest at a London university in January was found guilty of assault, the UK’s Evening Standard reported on Wednesday.
According to the report, 25-year-old Ivana Bevilaqua stood trial in a Westminster Magistrates Court for her participation in a King’s College, London demonstration against Ami Ayalon — the ex-commander of the Israeli Navy and former head of the Shin Bet — who had been invited to speak on campus by the university’s Israel Society.
Bevilaqua was one of some 200 demonstrators who stormed the room where Ayalon was scheduled to speak.
An anti-Israel demonstrator who took part in a violent protest at a London university in January was found guilty of assault, the UK’s Evening Standard reported on Wednesday. According to the report, 25-year-old Ivana Bevilaqua stood trial in a Westminster Magistrates Court for her participation in…
What do Palestinians think of boycotting Israel? During a recent trip to a factory in the West Bank, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach asked a Palestinian worker how he felt about the discriminatory boycott Israel (BDS) movement trying to close the factory.
The Palestinian said that there is no other work for him, that the people at this factory are like his family, and had some choice words to say about the negative impact BDS would have.
When countries like Iran, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Malaysia, or Qatar bring politics into sports, everyone suffers - especially the athletes who spend countless hours training.
In this clip, an Iranian boy is forced by Iran to forfeit a sports match because he has to play against an Israeli.
Similar antisemitic incidents have occurred with all the above countries listed. Of course the antisemitism and obsessive Israel hatred is not acceptable, but here you see the anguish from the athlete's perspective as well.
Sick: Jewish students from the ORT High School in Buenos Aires, Argentina were attacked in a nightclub by other students dressed as Nazis according to Spanish-language media.
The attackers were from a German school in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Lanus, according Argentine news website La Nación.
The attack occurred at the Cerebro de Bariloche night club. One of the mothers of the children who were attacked recounted the episode to Rádio Latina, saying "at a certain point in the night, young people came wearing swastikas and had painted-on Hitler mustaches."
While at a nightclub in the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires, a group of Jewish students were attacked by students from a German school in Argentina who were wearing painted-on Hitler mustaches and swastikas.