Center Senior Fellow Caroline Glick weighs in on Black Lives Matter’s anti-Semitism

The Black Lives Matter movement shows clear signs of unrepentant anti-Semitism. This was the view of two experts in a recent webinar forum held by the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET). Center for Security Policy senior fellow and senior contributor and chief columnist for The Jerusalem Post Caroline Glick joined President of Americans for Peace and Tolerance Charles Jacob in discussing the growing signs of virulent anti-Semitism from within the Black Lives Matter movement.

The semantics of Antisemitism

Re-evaluating how semantics are utilized when talking about Israel, is central to correcting the false narrative when it comes to most pervasive anti-Semitism in the US, which is anti-Zionism. Incorrect verbiage is not just words on a page, online, or said in casual conversation – it also leads to car ramming attacks in Jerusalem, stabbings in Judea and Samaria, rocket attacks at Israeli civilians living in the Gaza Envelope.

If my great uncle was a Palestinian Jew, then who are you, Rashida Tlaib?

Recently the latest darling of the left, Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D.-Mich.), expressed how calm she felt thinking about the Holocaust – because that is the most appropriate feeling to have regarding the greatest targeted genocide towards a group of people in modern history. To drive a bulldozer through this falsehood requires unearthing a series of historical truths hidden beneath the Arab propaganda cloaked in antisemitism.

Special Envoy Elan Carr: Trump’s point man in battle against ‘vile poison’ of anti-Semitism

On February 12, 2020 the Center hosted a panel on the rising tide of international anti-Semitism and the threat it poses to the United States. Elan Carr, the Department of State’s Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism, broadly outlined three sources contributing to the rising tide of anti-Semitism: ethnic supremacism on the right, hatred of Israel on the left and Islamist ideologies.

Trump passes executive order combatting anti-Semitism on college campuses

Yesterday marked a historic day for the United States and the Jewish people when President Trump approved a consequential executive order combating a recent surge in antisemitism. Fred Fleitz, President of the Center for Security Policy, said this led to an exceptionally festive mood at last night’s Hanukkah party at the White House.