SNP politician 'apologises' for 'offence caused' by antisemitic tweet

By Marcus Dysch, November 9, 2015

The Scottish National Party has apologised on behalf of a MSP after she posted an antisemitic image on Twitter “in error”.

Sandra White, who represents the party in the Glasgow Kelvin seat at Holyrood, had highlighted a cartoon of piglets suckling a large pig with the word “Rothschild” written on it and showing a bank with a Star of David.


Social media users adopt Israeli flag images following terror attacks

By Josh Jackman, October 15, 2015

Two campaigns encouraging people to add the Israel flag to their social media profile pictures have attracted more than 14,000 supporters in their first day.


Anger as Gary Lineker posts anti-Israel blog

By Josh Jackman, September 22, 2015

Gary Lineker has re-posted anti-Israel content online, sparking an angry reaction from Zionist groups.

The former England footballer retweeted an article on Electronic Intifada (EI), a virulently pro-Palestinian website.


Scottish MP Paul Monaghan apologises over antisemitic tweet

By Marcus Dysch, September 2, 2015


A Scottish National Party MP has apologised for posting an antisemitic tweet relating to Israel’s military action in Gaza.

Paul Monaghan used the social media site to accuse the “proud Jewish race” of “persecuting the people of Gaza”.

After the JC questioned his remarks on Wednesday he deleted them from his account and apologised.


Twitter brings crowd to funeral of Holocaust survivor with no relatives

By Franciska Fabriczki, June 10, 2015

A Twitter post about the funeral of a 93-year-old Holocaust survivor with no remaining family went viral earlier today, leading to over 100 people attending.

Former banker Rachel Steinmetz tweeted at dawn on June 10, asking her followers to attend the funeral of a 93-year-old woman, who was being flown in from her home in New York to be buried in Israel.


TV dater shrugs off Twitter hate abuse

By Naomi Firsht, April 16, 2015

A London surveyor has revealed how taking part in a television dating show led to him being the victim of antisemitic abuse on Twitter.

Ori Reiss appeared in last week's episode of Channel 4's First Dates, where couples who have never met are filmed having dinner together.


Simples, says the man revolutionising Twitter

By Josh Jackman, March 19, 2015

An Israeli-developed live-streaming app could revolutionise the way Twitter is used, according to its creator.

Meerkat has accrued almost £3 million of venture capital investment since it was launched by Israeli firm Life on Air at the end of February.

In its first 11 days the app attracted 80,000 users and has now topped the 100,000 mark.


Organiser of far-right rally arrested over alleged antisemitic tweets

By Josh Jackman, February 16, 2015

White supremacist activist Joshua Bonehill-Paine, who has organised a rally against the "Jewification of Great Britain", has been arrested for inciting racial hatred and reportedly banned from entering London.

A Scotland Yard spokesperson said a 22-year-old was apprehended on Friday because of "two visual and written publications on the internet".


Internet troll who abused Jewish MP is 'proud' of his actions

By Marcus Dysch, February 4, 2015

An internet troll who was jailed for abusing a Jewish MP has resurrected his campaign following his release from prison.

Garron Helm told a far-right website he felt no remorse for sending antisemitic tweets to Labour’s Luciana Berger and was “proud” of his actions.


Tweeting our sympathy

January 15, 2015

As news of the attack on the Parisian kosher supermarket broke last week, social media was flooded with messages of support for the victims.