February 2015 Blog Archive

  • Antisemitic chanting by West Ham United supporters

    23 Feb 2015 by CST

    CST welcomes today's statement by Lord Ouseley, Chair of football's anti-discriminiation campaign Kick It Out, in which he condemns antisemitic chanting by some West Ham United supporters on their way to yesterday's match against Tottenham Hotspur.

  • Being Jewish is not "an act of provocation"

    20 Feb 2015 by CST

    On Monday I warned, in an article on Left Foot Forward, that the idea we should appease jihadist terrorists by desisting from doing the things that might 'provoke' them had troubling implications for Jews:

  • Dan Uzan - a Walking Mezuzah

    19 Feb 2015 by CST

    Many moving tributes have been paid to the late Dan Uzan Z''L, the Danish Jewish community security volunteer who was murdered by an antisemitic terrorist at 0040hrs on 15 February 2015 / 26 Shvat 5775, whilst protecting 80 people at a Bat Mitzvah in Copenhagen's main synagogue.

  • CST statement on synagogue shooting in Copenhagen

    15 Feb 2015 by CST

    CST is deeply saddened by the news of a shooting at a synagogue in Copenhagen last night, following an attack on a free speech meeting in the same city earlier yesterday.

  • CST op-ed in Jewish Chronicle

    6 Feb 2015 by CST

    Today's Jewish Chronicle has the below article by CST's Director of Communications, Mark Gardner, discussing CST's latest annual report.

  • Antisemitic Incidents Report shows record UK high in 2014

    5 Feb 2015 by CST

    CST's Antisemitic Incidents Report 2014, published today, shows a record number of antisemitic hate incidents were recorded in the UK last year.

  • Neo-Nazi 'demonstration' announced for Stamford Hill, north London

    2 Feb 2015 by CST

    A neo-Nazi activist called Joshua Bonehill-Paine has announced his intention to hold an antisemitic demonstration in Stamford Hill, north London, on 22nd March. This has distressed many people due to the presence of a large Jewish community in that part of London. CST has received several calls, emails and other messages of concern as a result.

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