A “Beware of Jews” sign was hung near a synagogue in the largely haredi Orthodox Stamford Hill neighborhood of London.
Nostalgia and a sense of loss inspire a mock celebration — fake chuppah and all.
Watchdogs and activists say authorities are covering up the anti-Semitic motivation behind a brutal crime.
“I tell my congregants: Don’t think we’re here for good," Rabbi Meir Bar-Hen said.
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.
The documents, which a historian for Amsterdam's Jewish museum said were a 'specatcular find,' were discovered in a suitcase that Jews stashed away before being sent to their deaths.
(JTA) — More than 10 percent of Central and Eastern Europeans do not accept Jews as citizens of their countries, according to a new study. The study, released Wednesday by the Pew Research Center, surveyed the residents of 18 countries...
It is the second attack this month on a Jewish child in Sarcelles.
A local watchdog on anti-Semitism said the octogenarian's death is reminiscent of the slaying last year of a Jewish woman by her neighbor.
Britain's chief rabbi offered prayers and a local synagogue put out an appeal to help the victims in a blaze that has killed at least six, with many missing and feared dead.