Zuckerberg has ‘no plan to run for White House’
Bulgarian Deputy PM’s Holocaust ‘gag’
Ex-minister in dispute over flag
France seeks arrest of JDL hacker
Lithuania discriminated against Jews seeking passports
Rabbi: 'I didn't say Ivanka could break Shabbat'
Kushner faces Russia probe
President's son-in-law agrees to answer questions
Joe Lieberman withdraws FBI candidacy
The former Senator had concerns over a possible conflict of interest
US politician charged after assaulting Jewish reporter
The reporter's glasses were broken; eyewitness accounts confirm that at no point did the journalist show any form of physical aggression towards the candidate
Romania to provide cash for survivors
Monthly payments of up to $97,98 per month for each year of deportation or detention will be available.
French hacker 'Ulcan' has been waging an online crusade against antisemitism
'Unless you could prove that your grandparents [for example] left Lithuania for reasons of occupation, or persecution or political oppression, then you could not hold a second passport'
Rabbi Haskel Lookstein described reports of him allowing the breach as ‘fake news’.
Family of murdered pensioner claim hate cover-up
Sarah Halimi was beaten up and thrown out of a window of her Paris apartment on April 4.
Brexit 'making life more difficult for Jews'
UK referendum having ‘negative impact on freedom of religion issues in Europe’
Ivanka and Jared get rabbinical pass to fly on Shabbat
Not the first time the couple have managed to circumvent the rules
Friday, May 19, 2017
Weiner pleads guilty to sexting
The former congressman had been investigated over reports he had exchanged sexually explicit messages with a 15-year-old girl in North Carolina
Picasso saved from Nazis fetches $45 million
Completed on the artist’s 58th birthday — Femme assise, robe bleue is a searing portrait of his mistress, Dora Maar.
Trump is eroding trust, say ex Israeli spy chiefs
The US President’s actions had raised concerns over “a point of trust” by sharing information with Russia
Maduro claims his supporters ‘are the new Jews’
Under Mr Maduro's predecessor, Hugo Chavez, Venezuela was widely recognised as the most antisemitic country in South America
Thursday, May 18, 2017
Giro d’Italia pays tribute to hero cyclist who saved Jews
Gino Bartali smuggled messages and false documents for Jews in his bike frame.
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Cartoon compares circumcision to paedophilia
Image printed in Dagbladet, country’s second largest tabloid daily
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