Posts tagged Europe
American anti-Semitism is growing from new, surprising sources

A recent poll found that only 80% of Americans believe that 6 million Jews died in the Holocaust.

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As European blasphemy laws endure, journalists should consider how words can get them in trouble

(COMMENTARY) This is an issue journalists — whether they’re writing opinion/analysis pieces or constructing hard news stories — should stay tuned into to avoid crossing the wrong side of a shifting line.

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2018 Jewish Top 10 news story list spotlights anti-Semitism, as well as the genre's limitations

(COMMENTARY) Often religion reporters miss some of the most important stories when they happen, but recognize their magnitude later.

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Atlantic essay on Poland asks: Why do religious biases seem to accompany populist politics?

Newspaper, magazine and broadcast reports attempting to explain the moves toward nationalist-tinged political populism in a host of European nations, and certainly the United States as well, have become a journalistic staple, which makes sense given the subject’s importance.

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