Friday, August 18, 2017
At least 80 people were killed when fire swept through the low-income, high-rise Grenfell Tower apartment building in West London, which Nazim Ali called a "grotesque' comparison.
The move comes two months after Belgium's largest region, Walloon, passed similar legislation.
Britain's chief rabbi offered prayers and a local synagogue put out an appeal to help the victims in a blaze that has killed at least six, with many missing and feared dead.
Watchdogs and activists say authorities are covering up the anti-Semitic motivation behind a brutal crime.
The grandchildren of Holocaust survivors or of those who grew up behind the Iron Curtain, young European Jews are creating projects outside of existing communal structures.
The train station functioned as a concentration camp even before Jews were being murdered en masse in Auschwitz.
The attacks are being investigated as "anti-Semitic hate crimes," police said.
A “núcleo duro" or "hard core" of four women bring progressive Judaism to the Spanish capital — a departure from the city’s traditionally Orthodox-dominated Jewish life.
In the wake of the attacks that killed seven, Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis said the "values of peace and tolerance" will defeat "the evil of terror."
A terrorist plot unearthed in 2012 against the U.K. city's Jews readied the vibrant and vigilant community for the deadly bombing at an Ariana Grande concert.


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