Saturday, November 28, 2020
Amid a debate on Poland’s Holocaust past, the country’s president joined the launch of a museum for 'Righteous' non-Jews who saved Jews’ lives in the Shoah.
'The intolerant ideology of ISIS stands in stark contrast to that of Brussels and all of Belgium, which exemplifies respect for diverse communities.'
Rivlin condemned the attack in France, in which a priest was murdered and another wounded after both were taken hostage during a morning Mass service.
Jewish groups are congratulating Theresa May for winning the leadership of the Conservative Party and replacing outgoing UK Prime Minister David Cameron.
An annotated edition of Adolf Hitler’s notorious Mein Kampf hit German bookstores amid protest by some Jewish groups and endorsement by others.
Kiev Jews gathered Wednesday to pray for their country, hours after a police raid in Independence Square left dozens injured.
The owner of a Czech tour bus that advertised Auschwitz as a holiday destination will remove the bus' controversial design showing pictures of inmates.
Police in Copenhagen have denied a request by Danish Muslims who wanted to create a peace ring around a city synagogue that was fatally attacked.
The Auschwitz Museum says it has rescued from storage 16,000 personal items belonging to Jews killed at the Nazi death camp.
The World Jewish Congress is calling on the German government to up efforts to return Nazi-looted art to its rightful owners.
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