Tag: Anti-Israel Bias

ISGAP Fellows Reject Antisemitic Tropes in Amnesty Report


“ISGAP strongly rejects the biased antisemitic tropes found within Amnesty International’s recent report, “Israel’s Apartheid Against Palestinians: Cruel System of Domination and Crime Against Humanity.” The bending of history and facts in this report is a prime example of how contemporary antisemitism manifests itself, with the sole goal of dismantling the only Jewish State.”  ISGAP […]

Projecting Malice, the Classic Antisemitic Trope: Amnesty International’s Apartheid Report


Richard Landes, Chair, Council of Scholars SPME Many have commented on the systematic effort of Amnesty International’s Apartheid Report to stigmatize Israel, to stretch beyond recognition the definition of “Apartheid” and “race” in order to accuse Israel of “crimes against humanity.” It is worth noting that this effort is unparalleled in Amnesty’s research on other countries, where […]

Commemorating Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries and Iran


There has been a Jewish presence in Arab-Muslim countries since well before Islam was introduced, and it dates back to before the 6th-century, before the current era. However, these communities have disappeared or are in the process of disappearing in the majority of Arab-Muslim countries. In fact, 865,000 Jews found themselves excluded in the very countries […]

The Jews and Israel in The Jihadist Propaganda


22 Feb., “The Jews and Israel in The Jihadist Propaganda” Mohamed Rafiqui, Social Activist against Extremism, Morocco Date: Tuesday, February 22nd, 2022  Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Time Click to Join ISGAP’s seminar series, in Arabic featuring simultaneous English translation.

Antisemitism and Societal Fragmentation: How can we Talk About Israel, Jews and Race? – Watch The Seminar


1 June, “Antisemitism and Societal Fragmentation: How can we Talk About Israel, Jews and Race?” Open Discussion with: Dr. Joel Finklestein, Director, Network Contagion Research Institute; Visiting Scholar, Madison Program for Ideas and Institutions, Princeton University Dr. Pamela Paresky, Senior Scholar, Network Contagion Research Institute; Visiting Senior Research Associate, Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Knowledge […]

What U.S. Universities Don’t Want you to Know: How Foreign Funding Sways the Anti-Israel Agenda on College Campuses


May 4, “What U.S. Universities Don’t Want You to Know: How Foreign Funding Sways the Anti-Israel Agenda on College Campuses” Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP; Research Scholar, St. Antony’s College, Oxford Susan B. Tuchman, Esq., Director, ZOA Center for Law and Justice Jonathan Ginsburg, Director, ZOA Campus Department Moderator: Kobi Erez, Executive Director, ZOA […]

The Chief Justice of South Africa and the Role of the Constitution in Foreign Affairs


The South African political landscape has been experiencing tumultuous turns since the dawn of our democracy, turns of which have become definitive moments of our nation. These moments have either buttressed or eroded the foundations of the democratic project – reinforcing institutions, enhancing personal liberties and the protection of fundamental human rights. Our supreme law, […]

Germany’s Battle Against BDS and the Delegitimization of Israel


Jan. 19, “Germany’s Battle Against BDS and the Delegitimization of Israel”  Benjamin Weinthal,  Distinguished Journalist, Berlin; Research Fellow, Foundation for Defense of Democracies   ISGAP Research Fellows Seminar Series Date: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Time   Click here to register for the webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email […]

Never Alone – Prison, Politics and My People


Now available on Amazon – Click here!   Watch a special event with Natan Sharansky and Professor Gil Troy, which took place on 24 September 2020! Never Alone: Prison, Politics and my People In 1977, after serving as a spokesperson for democracy and the movement for free emigration in the Soviet Union, Natan Sharansky was […]

Is Corona-Inspired Antisemitism a New Phenomenon?


June 8, “Is Corona-Inspired Antisemitism a New Phenomenon?” Professor Dina Porat, Head of the Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry, Tel Aviv University; Chief Historian of Yad Vashem Chair Professor David Patterson, Hillel Feinberg Chair in Holocaust Studies, University of Texas at Dallas Zoom Webinar Date: Monday, June 8, 2020