H.Res.707 – Condemning all forms of anti-Semitism and rejecting attempts to justify anti-Jewish hatred or violent attacks as an acceptable expression of disapproval or frustration over political events in the Middle East or elsewhere.113th Congress (2013-2014)
|Sponsor:||Rep. Nadler, Jerrold [D-NY-10] (Introduced 07/31/2014)|
|Committees:||House – Foreign Affairs|
|Latest Action:||09/18/2014 Motion to reconsider laid on the table Agreed to without objection.|
Passed House amended (09/18/2014)
Condemns: (1) all forms of anti-Semitism and rejects attempts to justify anti-Jewish hatred or violent attacks as an acceptable expression of disapproval over political events, and (2) the comparison of Israel to Nazis.
Applauds those foreign leaders who have condemned anti-Semitic acts, and calls on those who have yet to take firm action against anti-Semitism in their countries to do so.
Reaffirms support for the mandate of the United States Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism as part of the broader policy priority of fostering international religious freedom.
Supports Holocaust educational programs.
Urges the Secretary of State to:
- maintain fighting anti-Semitism as a U.S. foreign policy priority;
- urge governments to ensure that adequate laws are in place to punish anti-Semitic violence against persons and property;
- continue U.S. reporting on anti-Semitism by the Department of State and the Special Envoy to Combat and Monitor Anti-Semitism;
- ensure that instruments of U.S. public diplomacy, including the U.S. Representative to the Organization of Islamic Conference, are utilized to combat anti-Semitism;
- ensure high-level U.S. participation in the 2014 Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) event marking the 10th anniversary of the 2004 OSCE Berlin Declaration against anti-Semitism;
- provide training for diplomatic and law enforcement personnel posted abroad to report on anti-Semitic incidents; and
- support OSCE efforts to monitor and address anti-Semitism, including through support for its law enforcement and civil society training programs.
Source: congress dot gov
WW~Notes: The antisemitism law we’ve been dreading has finally arrived. Now, Americans by law cannot criticize Israel. If you did not know, antisemitism just means you cannot call a ‘jew’ a JEW in public nor even mention the word without retribution. I haven’t read all the way through this ridiculous, cowardly piece of jew-vomit legislation, but I wonder how they intend on imposing this Draconian law? Arrest anyone and everyone everywhere that says a derogatory word about Jews or Israel? There aren’t enough jail cells or even FEMA camps to make this law feasible in the U.S. unless they use unconstitutional rendition practices and jail Americans elsewhere in the world. It’s time to make a stand – RIGHT NOW, America!