Friday, June 23, 2017
A pastor fighting to protect Jewish circumcision was awarded the Central Council of Jews’ highest honor.
Parisian Jews were able to host their 27th annual Hanukkah menorah lighting at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.
A Jewish teacher in the French southern city of Marseille was reportedly stabbed by Islamic State supporters on Wednesday.
Germany presented Abe Foxman with the government’s highest civilian honor for devoting his life to fighting anti-Semitism and hate.
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.
David Cameron pledged millions of dollars in new funds to Jewish schools and synagogues to be used for security.
In Facebook posts from the hospital, a Belgian Jew documented his recovery from the Brussels attacks — and become a symbol of resilience and reconciliation.
Greece’s second largest city is set to open a Holocaust museum, to honor the more than 40,000 Jews from Thessaloniki that lost their lives to Nazi hands.
Belgium is committed to funding security measures at Jewish institutions and to adopt a zero-tolerance law enforcement policy on anti-Semitism.
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.


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