Say no to antisemitism


We are GnasherJew, a group of experienced online investigators who expose Holocaust deniers and antisemites around the globe. We are the children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors and victims.

No longer are Nazis hiding out in bunkers and evading capture, social media has given antisemites an easy way to spread their antisemitic poison behind fake profiles and anonymity. We are the ONLY Jewish organization using advanced open source intelligence (OSINT) research techniques to expose these perpetrators and hold them accountable for their hate.

One of our major accomplishments has been documenting how widespread and serious the antisemitism problem was within the UK Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn. Additionally, we provided our research and evidence to the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), which found the Labour Party guilty of illegal discrimination against Jews.

We are the children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors and victims



We monitor social media and receive information on antisemitic incidents from the public.


We use advanced OSINT research techniques to investigate antisemitic incidents and verify the evidence.


We expose antisemites and share information with the general public, journalists, regulatory authorities, and law enforcement officials.

Below are a few recent examples of how we have held antisemites accountable

Our work has frequently been mentioned in the media, please check the media mentions page for further information.

UN Special Rapporteur on Palestine, Francesca Albanese, praised notorious terrorists Leila Khaled and promoted antisemitic views on social media

Francesca Albanese’s appointment as Special Rapporteur on Palestine was met with controversy due to her widely criticized and biased views. We investigated further into Francesca’s social media output and discovered support for Leila Khaled, a notorious terrorist and leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, as well as antisemitism and extreme anti-Israel bias.

Media watchdog Ofcom launched probe into BBC coverage of antisemitic attack

During Hanukkah 2021, Jewish youths celebrating on a bus were attacked by men who performed Nazi salutes and spat at them. Harry Farley, a BBC journalist who reported about the incident alleges, apparently without basis, that “there were some racial slurs heard inside the bus.” which seems to justify the attackers’ horrific actions.

In reviewing the audio track from the incident, our team determined that no such slurs were audible. The only words that were said were in Hebrew “tikra lemishehu, ze dachuf” – “call someone, it’s urgent”.

We challenged the journalist and escalated the problem to the Board Of British Jews. This caused a large amount of media attention and an official investigation by the UK media regulator, OFCOM.

Twitter’s new Middle East news curator posted glowing praise for hate preacher Louis Farrakhan and antisemitism

Twitter recently announced Fadah Jassem as the MENA Editorial Curation Leader. According to Twitter, curation teams find and highlight great Tweets. We examined her tweet history after she included all the flags from the MENA area, apart from Israel, and found some extremely disturbing tweets. Our research was picked up by Fox News.

The National Trust for Scotland has removed a one-sided and offensive exhibit from The Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Center

In response to our public awareness efforts, the National Trust for Scotland has removed an antisemitic exhibit that ignored the historical Jewish connection to Israel.

Hugh Jaeger has been asked to step back from his duties as a trustee of Bus Users UK

Hugh Jaeger has been suspended from his position as Trustee and Director of Bus Users UK after we made public his problematic views toward Jews. Follow-up articles appeared in The Jewish Chronicle and Israel National News.

The BBC has terminated the employment of journalist Tala Halawa

Palestinian journalist Tala Hawala who praised Hitler has been dismissed from the BBC. Following our discovery of several antisemitic tweets from her, we contacted Honest Reporting and hundreds of people contacted the BBC.

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