- President Joe Biden released “The U.S. National Strategy To Counter Antisemitism” Thursday as the most “ambitious and comprehensive” plan to fight Jewish hatred.
- The plan follows recent FBI hate crime statistics showing anti-Jewish attacks increased to 814 incidents in 2021, with assaults increasing by 16% from 2020.
- “The plan will not even allow antisemitism to stand alone, repeatedly mentioning planned executive actions to fight ‘antisemitism, Islamophobia, and related forms of bias and discrimination,’” StopAntisemitism Executive Director Liora Rez’s told the Daily Caller News Foundation in a prepared statement.
The White House released its first-ever national strategy to combat antisemitism on Thursday, touting over 100 new programs to combat record-high levels of anti-Jewish attacks in the U.S. in recent years.
The 60-page plan was released following a press conference Thursday at the White House with Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff, outgoing White House…