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As the war between Israel and Hamas rages on, prompting expressions of Jew-hatred both online and offline, an old antisemitic classic is back on social media: Hitler.
Antisemites rallied online around the anniversary of the 1915 lynching of Leo Frank, a Jewish man today believed to be wrongfully convicted by antisemitic public pressure.
After Jamie Foxx posted seemingly anti-Jewish comments on Instagram, antisemites jumped on the bandwagon to spread antisemitic narratives on social media.
After demonstrators burned copies of the Quran in Sweden and Denmark, some people took to social media to blame Jews for the desecration and resulting conflicts.
Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. claimed COVID specifically spared Ashkenazi Jews, setting off a social media storm of antisemitic conspiracy theories.
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