'Don't wear kippahs in public' German Jews told
Community leader warns against 'showing your colours' after a wave of antisemitic attacks
German Foreign Minister speaks out on 'disgrace' of antisemitic attacks
Sunday, April 22, 2018
Portman: Bibi, not BDS is why I won't attend $1m Israeli prize ceremony
Hungary Chief Rabbi resigns after Orbán victory
Israeli man attacked in Berlin for wearing a kippah
Canadian teen dancer wins major award
Top French personalities sign petition condemning 'new antisemitism'
Signatories highlight 'ethnic purging' driven by Islamist radicalism and demand the fight against antisemitism becomes a national cause 'before it is too late'
Is Natalie Portman boycotting Israel?
The actress and winner of the Genesis Prize announced that she would not be attending the awards event in Jerusalem
Friday, April 20, 2018
How Hungarian Jews are reacting to Victor Orban's election landslide
Thursday, April 19, 2018
Antisemitic attack victim 'was Arab'
The victim filmed the incident on Tuesday with his mobile phone.
The victim filmed the attack on his mobile phone
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Anne Frank House banned Jewish employee from wearing kippah
Barry Vingerling, an employee, described his desire to wear a kippah as 'a fundamental moral issue'
Monday, April 16, 2018
Anger as Dublin Lord Mayor attends conference glorifying Palestinian ally of Hitler
The conference took place under a banner lauding Mohammed Amin al-Husseini, an infamous Nazi collaborator
Thursday, April 12, 2018
Footage found of Czechoslovak antisemitic show trial
Rudolf Slánský and eleven others were executed in 1952 on treason charges
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Survivors sue Polish publisher over 'pro-Nazi propaganda'
The lawsuit against Gdansk-based firm Katmar focuses on a series of publications by Léon Degrelle, a Belgian Nazi collaborator
Protester spits on Israel flag amid Melbourne clashes
Tensions boiled over in Australia in the wake of renewed violence between the Israeli army and Palestinians on the Gaza border
Viktor Orban claims election victory
The Hungarian prime minister won a third consecutive term by tapping into populist sentiment and attacking George Soros
Monday, April 9, 2018
Germans close Duggan probe
British student's parents maintain that the car accident recorded as his cause of death may have been staged
Thursday, April 5, 2018
Polish historian moving jobs over his Holocaust research
Adam Pulawski may have fallen foul of Poland's new Holocaust law
This law’s makers are not defending Poland
Yehuda Bauer examines the historical discrepancies in the new law
TV star mistakenly 'announced' as new Gaza doctor
Katherine Heigl was described as a French doctor arriving to help wounded protesters
Wednesday, April 4, 2018
Netanyahu blames human rights charity for migrant deal collapse
Yesterday the Israeli Prime Minister scrapped a transfer deal for thousands of African asylum seekers just hours after announcing it
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