This December 2016 video from the USA says about itself:
Martin Luther and Anti-Semitism
A panel featuring Mark R. Silk, Trinity College, Hartford; Dean P. Bell, Spertus Institute, Chicago; and Martin Hauger, High Consistory of the Evangelical Church in Germany, discusses Martin Luther’s changing opinion on Jews as well as the impact of the Reformation on Christian-Jewish relations in the 16th century. Sunday, November 13, 2016.
From Jewish daily Forward in the USA, 22 November 2019, by Aiden Pink:
A Jewish family riding on the London Underground was accosted by a man yelling anti-Semitic language – but was defended by a Muslim woman also riding on the train, video posted to social media Friday showed.
The footage, posted by British author and filmmaker Chris Atkins, showed a Jewish man wearing a kippah comforting two young kippah-wearing children as another man preached [in a fundamentalist Christian way] loudly at them about how they were part of the “Synagogue of Satan”.
A bible quote.
The preacher, using obscenities, also threatened to “smack” another person on the train who got too close to him. A woman wearing a hijab then told him off about his language, ignoring the preacher’s criticisms of her for wearing trousers.
The video of the incident has over one million views.
Q&A With Asma Shuweikh, The Muslim Hero Who Defended A Jewish Family: here.
Britain saw a record number of anti-Semitic incidents in the first half of 2019, the Community Security Trust, the British anti-Semitism watchdog organization, reported in August.