Is it just my imagination?

Arutz Sheva collects a few facts about antisemitism in North America:

( A Jewish center in the Canadian city of Montreal was targeted in a bomb attack, and a synagogue in San Francisco, California was defaced with swastikas during the first days of the Passover festival.

San Francisco’s Emanu-El synagogue, the largest in the city, was defaced with swastikas over the Passover festival. Congregants discovered the vandalism Monday morning.

In the heavily-Jewish populated Bergen County region of New Jersey, swastikas and anti-Jewish graffiti were found engraved into the playground of a Wallington park on Passover eve.

Chicago police are investigating the Passover eve spraying of graffiti on the walls of a Chicago synagogue. Anti-Israel messages, including “Death to Israel,” were painted in English and in Arabic.

A rough drawing of a building labeled “Jewish library” with missiles headed toward it was found in a Princeton University common room. Also in the path of the missiles were stick figures labeled “little Jews.” A swastika graced the top of the sketch. — Israel National News (Arutz Sheva)

Kos imageAnd here’s an image from the Daily Kos (let’s see how long the link remains valid):

Is it just my imagination that antisemitism grows bolder when Israel is perceived to be weak?

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