Thursday, September 21, 2017
A diverse community of 200,000 has "started to organize more and create platforms to be able to express their opinions."
The capital of Spain’s Catalonia region is a dynamic Jewish melting pot, writes the director of its organized Jewish community.
Two sheets of paper and bitter memories ended up dealing a painful blow to a tactless businesswoman and the further poisoning of Israel's relations with Bern.
“I tell my congregants: Don’t think we’re here for good," Rabbi Meir Bar-Hen said.
Barcelona's chief rabbi said it did not appear the attack had targeted Jews, but security forces instructed him to temporarily close Jewish institutions in the city.
Switzerland already has a partial ban on producing kosher meat.
Nostalgia and a sense of loss inspire a mock celebration — fake chuppah and all.
The memorial in Lyon bears the names of 44 children and 7 adults who were deported in 1944 from the Children's Home of Izieu in eastern France.
An event at a Jewish cultural center in Marseille drew protests and alleged threats – and snowballed into a public scandal in one of Europe's most change-resistant communities.
The British Jewish community's watchdog recorded a 30 percent increase over the the same period last year.


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