March 2013 Blog Archive

  • Chag Pesach Sameach

    25 Mar 2013 by CST

    CST wishes everyone a happy and safe Pesach.

  • On Jews, Zionists and Lord Ahmed

    22 Mar 2013 by CST

      The Jewish Chronicle features the below article by CST's Mark Gardner. Thanks to Lord Ahmed, over the past week we have seen antisemitism subjected to the ridicule that it so richly deserves. Within hours of reports of his alleged comments in Pakistan emerging, there was even a website where…

  • Remembering Toulouse

    19 Mar 2013 by CST

    Today we remember Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, his sons Aryeh and Gabriel Sandler, and Miriam Monsonego, victims of antisemitic terrorism at the Ozar Hatorah school in Toulouse, France, one year ago. We remember Bryan Bijaoui, who was seriously injured in the attack. We also remember Sergeant Imad Ibn-Ziaten, Corporal Abel…

  • Lord Ahmed allegations

    14 Mar 2013 by CST

      CST unreservedly condemns Lord Ahmed’s reported antisemitic statements that appear in today’s Times newspaper. CST welcomes the Labour Party’s suspension of Lord Ahmed and expects a full investigation pending further disciplinary measures. If accurately reported by The Times, Lord Ahmed’s allegations about Jews controlling British pol…

  • Tell MAMA - first annual report

    11 Mar 2013 by CST

      The Tell MAMA (Measuring Anti-Muslim Attacks) group, led by Fiyaz Mughal of Faith Matters, has issued its first annual report on anti-Muslim hate crimes. Tell MAMA's findings include the following: • 632 anti-Muslim hate incidents reported March 2012-March 2013 • Muslim women are the victims in 58% of all incidents • Victims ra…

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