‘Fighting Online Antisemitism’ (FOA) is a Non-Governmental Organization established in 2020. Our goal is to combat online antisemitism and cyberhate through volunteer training, reporting hateful content on social media, and raising awareness of the phenomena of cyberhate among the general public (through educational workshops and webinars).
Though young, we have trained over 200 international volunteers who regularly monitor antisemitic content in multiple languages and across seven leading social media networks.
We believe that removing online antisemitic content will contribute to the reduction of offline antisemitism worldwide. We strongly feel that the fight against antisemitism is not in the sole interest of the Jewish people. Combating cyberhate, promoting diversity, equality and tolerance is a goal shared by many who wish to create a better world, not only for Jews but for all of humanity.
Founded in Israel, our staff and volunteers based in many different countries around the world, help us make a difference on a global scale.
We've identified and reported thousands of antisemitic posts. videos, and images across 7 social media networks in over dozens languages.
We’ve conducted several offline educational workshops for Israeli teenagers and students, and international webinars joined by a diverse international community.
We’ve recruited and trained over 200 international volunteers from diverse backgrounds and age groups.
We’ve collaborated with governments, businesses, non governmental actors and civil society in order to effectively combat online antisemitism on social media