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Combating Antisemitism & Hate

America must vigorously oppose all forms of antisemitism at home and abroad. All government officials including the president of the United States must forcefully and unequivocally condemn antisemitism wherever and whenever it occurs. The recent resurgence of antisemitism both in public rhetoric and in hate crimes illustrates the critical need to call upon our elected officials to denounce such egregious behavior and take any and all necessary steps to help eradicate it. Both the antisemitism on the far-right under the guise of nationalism and antisemitism on the far-left masquerading as anti-Zionism must be opposed at all levels.
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