Thursday, April 26, 2018
A so-called “anti-Semitism test" - sending a Jew wearing a kippah into the streets of a European city to see how non-Jews react.
In 1943, Sophie and Hans Scholl, along with Christophe Probst, were beheaded in Berlin for their involvement in peaceful resistance group, the White Rose.
The train station functioned as a concentration camp even before Jews were being murdered en masse in Auschwitz.
The 17-year-old girl adopted the last name of Omar El-Hussein, who killed a Jewish guard outside a synagogue in 2015.
The centrist Emmanuel Macron is a hit with young professionals, but the leader of the far-right National Front believes she'll attract more voters who feel left behind by immigration and globalization.
A popular European soccer player has been officially charged with a breach of Football Association rules, after making a neo-Nazi salute on the field.
Belgium is committed to funding security measures at Jewish institutions and to adopt a zero-tolerance law enforcement policy on anti-Semitism.
British Jewry's largest anti-Semitism watchdog recorded a 34 percent increase in the number of violent anti-Semitic assaults.
Ban Ki-Moon toured Auschwitz today, marking the UN general secretary's first visit to the notorious Nazi camp.
The Berlin Zoo has for years been hiding a dark secret: the zoo pushed out Jewish shareholders during World War II.


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