WASHINGTON – Last week, U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.) helped
introduce a bipartisan resolution condemning recent antisemitic incidents in
the U.S. and around the world. The resolution also calls on leaders to denounce
antisemitism and take specific steps to address it and prevent it.
“The recent rise in acts of hatred and violence against
Jewish people, businesses, community centers, and places of worship in the U.S.
and across the world is completely unacceptable,” said Blunt. “We all need to
come together – public officials, religious leaders, and society as a whole –
to show our support for people of the Jewish faith in Missouri, the U.S., and
throughout the world. I’m proud to join more than 50 senators – Republicans and
Democrats – in condemning the harassment, abuse, and violence we have seen
spreading in our communities. I will always stand with the Jewish community,
and I will always do my part to defeat antisemitism and all other forms of
The resolution was led by U.S. Senators Jacky Rosen (Nev.)
and James Lankford (Okla.).
to read the resolution.