Friday, October 19, 2018
A Catholic priest was caught on video snorting what appears to be cocaine in a room with Nazi memorabilia.
A Greek school will hand out diplomas to Holocaust-era students forced to flee during World War II.
Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions oppose this year’s Parisian tradition to turn the Seine into a foreign beach--this year Tel Aviv beach is chosen.
A campaign to immortalize on a stamp Sir Nicholas Winton, known as the 'British Schindler,' has garnered nearly 84,000 signatures in an online petition.
WJC President Lauder praised Jewish resilience in remarks commemorating the 500th anniversary of the establishment of the Venetian Jewish Ghetto.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center is bringing to attention the absence of Israel from Air France's in-flight maps.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Italy this week for meetings with Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta and Pope Francis at the Vatican.
A 23-year-old Scottish man was sentenced to six months in prison for sending a Jewish woman a photo of himself with a Nazi flag.
The paramedics, who use motorcycles, are part of the Hatzalah emergency service focused on the 12,000 haredi Jews living in the Jewish Quarter of Antwerp.
Israeli directors walked away with top honors at the European Film Awards last weekend.


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