The year is 2017.
The world is witnessing an unprecedented rise in anti-Semitism, with anti-Semitic attacks on Jewish institutions in cities like Paris, Cologne and New York, and attacks on Jews and other minorities, including those belonging to Israel.
This year, we have seen a spate of violent anti-Israel demonstrations in the United States and Israel.
It is not uncommon to see the media report on anti-Jewish attacks, including vandalism of synagogues, and the rise of the anti-Zionist movement.
The media and Jewish leaders have reacted with shock and horror.
For many Israelis, the rise in hate speech against Jews, especially on social media, was the first time in their lives that anti-semitism was so normalized.
The rise of hate speech and anti-immigrant sentiment, combined with the election of Donald Trump, have prompted the political elite to look for ways to contain this wave of hatred, particularly in the face of rising anti-Muslim sentiment and the emergence of right-wing nationalist groups.
Israel is a very liberal country.
But what we have witnessed this year is that there is an increasing number of people who are seeking to legitimize the existence of a racist and fascist regime in Israel.
In the last week, the United Nations has released a report entitled “The State of Israel 2017”.
This report provides a comprehensive picture of the state of the Jewish state in 2017.
It concludes that there are some indications that Israel is becoming more racist and xenophobic.
In particular, the report highlights the fact that there has been a rise in antisemitic incidents in Israel, as well as attacks on synagogas and other places of worship.
There has also been a clear increase in anti, anti-Palestinian, anti Israel and anti Jewish violence.
This report, as with many of the reports that are released by the United Nation, is extremely critical of the current Israeli government and its leadership.
In 2017, the U.N. has adopted a number of new resolutions aimed at strengthening ties between the U and the Uyghur people of China.
We are also making the decision to adopt new resolutions that aim to address anti-democratic and discriminatory policies in Turkey and Iran.
The U.S. has joined in the Unassir process, which is aimed at negotiating an international agreement to end Iran’s nuclear program.
However, as has been noted previously, U. S. support for Israel has never been unconditional.
In recent years, there have been efforts by the Trump administration to undermine the nuclear deal, which has been the centerpiece of U. States foreign policy since 1979.
The administration is actively trying to undermine U. s efforts to broker a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians, which have been a goal of the Obama administration.
In addition, the Trump Administration is working with Saudi Arabia to weaken the international consensus on the Iran nuclear deal and to seek to undermine international sanctions against Iran.
U. N. officials have been repeatedly critical of President Trump’s Iran policy.
However the administration has also supported Israeli settlements and the continued expansion of settlements in the occupied territories of the West Bank, and has backed the Israeli right-of-center Zionist party, Likud.
For these reasons, we must be vigilant against the threat of a new wave of anti-Arab and anti Israel violence that could escalate.
In this year, Israel is also experiencing a surge in xenophobia, particularly among young people, in particular.
There is a growing anti-Islamophobia sentiment that is increasingly being felt by young people in Israel and across the West.
The anti-Islamic sentiment has reached a level where people feel that they are being targeted because of their faith, ethnicity or gender.
They feel that Israel does not value their rights, and that the Palestinian rights of refugees and the Israeli rights of immigrants are less important than the rights of Israelis.
They are also worried about the growing Islamophobia in the Muslim world.
For example, there are more than 5,000 hate crimes recorded in Israel annually.
There are reports of hate crimes in the West against the West African refugees, and of attacks against the Jewish community.
This is not the first year that anti Islamophobia has been on the rise, and it is not even the first to increase in 2017, but 2017 is the first that anti Muslims are feeling threatened.
In an attempt to counter the growing xenophobia and anti Jews, the Israeli government has taken measures to prevent attacks against Jews.
For instance, in October 2017, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the police to arrest and detain any Jew who insults a Jew.
There were reports that many people were arrested, but the government has stated that no Jewish citizens were targeted.
In May 2018, the government passed new legislation that would allow for the imprisonment of those who attack Palestinians.
There was also an increase in the number of police stations that are equipped with cameras and audio devices, to record all anti-Israeli incidents.
However many are still skeptical about the use