Friday, August 18, 2017
Federica Mogherini has been strongly criticized for comments which she recently made in a press conference about the escalation of violence in Jerusalem.
A small leftist party in France said it is allying itself with the international campaign to boycott Israel and Israeli products, known as the BDS.
Jean-François Jalkh, who is heading the far-right party on an interim basis, reportedly once said that Zyklon B poison could not have been effective for mass extermination.
Dumas, a past foreign minister of France, said in an interview that Prime Minister Manuel Valls was “under Jewish influence” because his wife is Jewish.
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.
Israel, Greece, and Cyprus will set up a committee to decide how to lay a pipeline between the three countries in order to export gas to Europe.
A prominent Belgian activist against anti-Semitism called on his government to follow Israel’s lead in airport security after the Brussels attacks.
An Italian leader proclaimed recently that Jews have a monopoly on the banking industry, comments that are drawing ire from the local Jewish population.
David Cameron sent a letter to Israel’s outgoing ambassador to the United Kingdom Daniel Taub, thanking him for work in strengthening UK-Israel relations.
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.


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