Review: European Muslim Antisemitism

By Keith Kahn-Harris, May 8, 2015

As Günther Jikeli argues in his compelling new book, there is a "research gap" on Muslim antisemitism in Europe. Although there have been surveys investigating Muslim attitudes to Jews, there is very little fine-grained, detailed research on this issue.


Why I had to expose the 'secret' of Hitler

By Emma Craigie, May 8, 2015

When the Russian tanks entered the centre of Berlin on April 29 1945, a 26-year-old Jewish woman was travelling in a jeep ahead of the troops. Elena Rzhevskaya was a military interpreter for Russia's 3rd Shock Army. She worked for SMERSH, the Soviet counter-intelligence agency, whose name is an acronym of the Russian for "death to spies".


Invasion of the eco-Nazis

By AJ Goldmann, April 16, 2015

German Nationalists are settling villages and towns in Lower Saxony and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania in order to spread their hateful ideology among local communities.


Inquest into death of Jeremiah Duggan delayed until May

By Rosa Doherty, March 9, 2015

An inquest into the death of a north London student who died under suspicious circumstances in Germany has been delayed.

Jeremiah Duggan was 22 when was found dead on the roadside in the town of Wiesbaden in 2003 after attending a youth event organised by Larouche, widely regarded as a cult-like group.


Heirs sue Germany for £147m Guelph treasure

By Toby Axelrod, February 26, 2015

Heirs of Jewish art collectors who lived in Nazi Germany are suing Germany in a US court, hoping to win back treasure of enormous value.

The plaintiffs, Alan Phillip, from London, and Gerald Stiebel from Santa Fe, filed a lawsuit on Monday against Germany and the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation at a District of Columbia court.

According to their lawyers, they reverted to US justice bec


'Nazi' supertanker in U-turn

By Toby Axelrod, February 12, 2015

The son of a convicted Nazi, swayed by public opinion, has decided to remove his father’s name from a huge tanker he owns.

Shipping magnate Edward Hereema, who heads the Swiss-based Allseas Group, last week he had decided that the Pieter Schelte Heerema — the world’s biggest ship — should now be called Pioneering Spirit.


Why Jews like me are returning to Germany

By Amber Rose, February 5, 2015

Germany would never have been on my list of countries to live in. As a British Jew I have grown up with a nauseating uneasiness about anything and everything German. A wariness that had been instilled in me as a child through my parents and grandparents.

But ten years ago my own prejudices changed when I met my future German husband.


Far-right leader resigns over Hitler photo

By Josh Jackman, January 21, 2015

The leader of a German far-right movement has resigned after a photo of him posing as Adolf Hitler on Facebook went viral.

Lutz Bachmann co-founded Pegida, which stands for Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West, in October and has since organised weekly marches that have attracted up to 25,000 people.


Police hunt group who attacked Israeli in Berlin

By Anna Behrmann, January 5, 2015

German police are investigating an assault on a Jewish man in Berlin on New Year’s Eve which took place after he asked a group of men to stop singing antisemitic songs.


Former Auschwitz guard to stand trial for murder of 300,000

By Josh Jackman, December 17, 2014

A 93-year-old former Auschwitz guard has been ruled fit to stand trial next year on mass-murder charges.

Oskar Groening was employed at the concentration camp in occupied Poland in mid-1944, when 300,000 people were killed on arrival. His job was to send valuable possessions of the deceased to Germany.