Thursday, July 19, 2018
For the third time this year, French police sent a man who displayed violent behavior toward Jews for psychiatric evaluation.
The convergence of hate has made Swedish Jewry something of a test case for the rest of Europe.
Gerhard Geier isn't Jewish, but the rise of nationalism around the world has motivated him to take action.
An Italian politician's call to create a "registry" prompted passionate condemnations from some Jewish groups in Europe.
Malmo, a city notorious for its anti-Semitism, has seen several small-scale interfaith efforts try to improve the situation.
The Arab-Israeli victim, a non-Jew, had put on the head covering as an experiment.
Two men described as being of Middle Eastern descent drove menacingly toward the group, Rabbi Yanki Jacobs told police.
Three individuals who appeared to be teenagers beat the 15-year-old after following her in from the street.
Anti-Semitism likely played no role in a crime that has galvanized a political debate over Muslim refugees.
Charlotte Knobloch wrote that the envoy's support "exacerbates" Germany's far-right problem and may "fan the flames of anti-Semitism."


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