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Fox News’ “Antisemitism Exposed” newsletter covers stories on the increasing anti-Jewish prejudice in the United States and around the world. In the latest newsletter, it talks about the manhunt for a suspect who threatened Jewish straphangers on the New York subway, French President Macron’s warning on the “scourge of antisemitism” in France, and actress Patricia Heaton urging Christians to fight against the rising antisemitism.

The top story in the newsletter focuses on the NYPD’s search for the leader of a group of masked individuals who took over a subway car and targeted Zionists, telling them to identify themselves. The suspect shouted offensive remarks and raised concerns about the safety of Jewish individuals in public spaces. This incident sheds light on the ongoing issue of anti-Jewish sentiment in society.

Actress Patricia Heaton is featured in a video where she calls on Christians to stand against the antisemitism that is sweeping America. She expressed disappointment in the lack of response from churches following the Oct. 7 attack on Israel, highlighting the importance of raising awareness and taking action against hate crimes targeted at the Jewish community.

In France, President Macron raised concerns about the rise of antisemitism, especially in schools. The warning comes after a 12-year-old girl was raped in a park by three boys who were reportedly spouting hateful slurs. This incident underscores the need for increased efforts to combat antisemitism and protect vulnerable individuals from discrimination and violence.

The newsletter also addresses the lack of consequences for around 30 anti-Israel protesters who occupied and barricaded themselves in buildings on the Columbia University campus. Despite their actions, charges were dropped due to insufficient evidence against individual defendants. This raises questions about accountability and the need for stronger measures to address hate crimes on college campuses.

Additionally, a New York lawmaker is demanding that a US nonprofit behind The Palestine Chronicle no longer receive tax benefits after it was discovered that one of its Gaza-based writers helped Israeli hostages following the Oct. 7 attack. This highlights the importance of scrutinizing organizations that may contribute to perpetuating antisemitism and hate speech through their activities and affiliations. Bill Maher’s quote on the left’s attitude towards Jews adds another perspective on the complexities of antisemitism and political discourse.

Overall, Fox News’ “Antisemitism Exposed” newsletter sheds light on various incidents and developments related to anti-Jewish prejudice, raising awareness and encouraging readers to take a stand against hatred and discrimination towards the Jewish community.

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