Speaking out against anti-Semitism in HBI's latest '614'

"614" logoIn the current issue of "614," the e-zine published by the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, contributors focus on anti-Semitism: Rachel Cohen considers whether or not she should travel abroad given that acts of anti-Semitism are on the rise; Michael Goldberg asks whether a Jew is "anti-Semitic" if they are angered and offended by the actions of Israelis in Gaza; Stephanie Maneles takes a closer look at the threatening environment Jews are facing in Belgium; Paula C. Yablonsky wonders how she can help her daughter, and others, overcome anti-Semitism; David Hirsh analyzes the fight over narrative in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; and editor Michelle Cove remembers how she dealt with her own anti-Semitic experience. As Cove says in her introduction to this issue: "I don't know the answers, but I do know that anti-Semitism is something we have to talk about!"

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