Anti-Semitism Suit by Non-Jew Can Go Forward
But court’s ruling contains a twist
A New Jersey state appeals court ruled that a man can sue his employer for discrimination produced by anti-Semitic remarks even if he is not Jewish. The relevant test, wrote one judge, is not whether somebody is Jewish, but rather if certain comments would create a hostile work environment for “a reasonable Jew.” Efforts to locate and question a reasonable Jew were unsuccessful.
Non-Jew Can Sue Over Anti-Semitism: Court [JTA/Forward]