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  • Abu Qatada: No Longer in Britain, but still preaching jihad and antisemitism

    29 Feb 2016 by CST

    Sheikh Omar Mahmoud Mohammed Othman, better known as Abu Qatada al-Filistini, has not been in the UK for nearly three years, but his legacy still looms. He was deported to Jordan in 2013, acquitted on terrorism charges there, and since his release has been doing in Jordan what he did in Britain: encouraging people to support violent jihad and spouting antisemitism.  

  • Lessons in community relations

    12 Nov 2015 by Mark Gardner

    Yesterday, CST Blog featured an article stating the need for politicians and their political parties to adequately apologise, in words and actions, for antisemitic behaviours on their watch.  

  • Politicians: antisemitism and “offence”

    11 Nov 2015 by Mark Gardner

    The controversy over Sir Gerald Kaufman MP’s (Labour) remarks about “Jewish money” and the Conservative Party has helped mask a simultaneous case with Sandra White (Scottish National Party), who is a Member of the Scottish Parliament, rather than the UK Parliament.  

  • New Facebook guidelines for removing hate content

    17 Mar 2015 by CST

    Facebook has published a new set of rules explaining to users what kind of content is not allowed on the site. These include tougher restrictions on hate content and a ban on the use of Facebook by organisations that promote hate.

  • David Ward MP – Jews, money and power

    18 Nov 2013 by CST

    Jews, money and power is a well-worn antisemitic trinity. So, what possessed David Ward MP to send this tweet on 15th November? That Roma are marginalised is not in question. If David Ward MP wishes they had a better reputation, or better representation, then let him say so:…

  • Online radicalisation. 'Lone wolves' of all stripes.

    10 Oct 2012 by Mark Gardner

    This article, by CST's Mark Gardner, is in the September-October 2012 edition of Hope Not Hate magazine. A shorter version is on the Haaretz website, entitled "Jihad, lone wolves and the terror threats facing Jews today": ------ We already know that Al Qaeda and the extremes of the far right share…

  • Facebook antisemitism arrests

    17 May 2012 by CST

    Strathclyde Police have charged five adults and a child with a breach of the peace with religious and racial aggravations. This follows searches, computer seizures and arrests made on Friday 11th May, 2012 in Glasgow and East Renfrewshire. The arrests concern antisemitic remarks posted in September 2011,…

  • Countering online hate on Safer Internet Day

    8 Feb 2012 by CST

    CST and the All Party Parliamentary Group Against Antisemitism used Safer Internet Day 2012 to promote the online reporting of hate crime via the True Vision reporting website to Members of Parliament yesterday. True Vision, which can be found at http://www.report-it.org.uk, is a website run by the…

  • The 'Jew Goal'

    31 Oct 2011 by Dave Rich

    The question of how deeply embedded antisemitic stereotypes and slurs are in society is one of the less tangible areas of antisemitism research. Often, examples emerge in the most banal settings: less serious in many ways than actual antisemitic hate crimes or statements by high profile people, but somehow more…

  • CST is now on Facebook and Twitter

    5 Jul 2011 by CST

    CST is now active on the social networking sites Facebook and Twitter. You can follow CST on both platforms by clicking on the buttons below. CST will retain its core focus as a community security organisation that monitors and cares for the victims of antisemitism. The Facebook page will include…

  • Lashkar-e-Taiba on Facebook

    30 Apr 2010 by CST

    Last month this blog published some research looking at the antisemitic rhetoric and anti-Jewish targeting of the Pakistani terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), which carried out the Mumbai terrorist attacks in November 2008. The post included examples of threats to Jews and Hindus by Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, the head of…

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