Monday, February 24, 2020
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.
Hungary’s Jewish community has decided to boycott a national Holocaust memorial program, over alleged Hungarian distortions to Shoah history.
Belgium is committed to funding security measures at Jewish institutions and to adopt a zero-tolerance law enforcement policy on anti-Semitism.
A Swedish nun known for hiding Jews from the Nazis during the Holocaust was among two new Catholic clergy members proclaimed as saints by Pope Francis.
The payments will be paid retroactively going back to 1997, the Federal Cabinet announced this week.
Guests at the Auschwitz museum and memorial in Poland received quite the surprise over the weekend--they were invited to take a shower.
Spain’s king honored Sephardic Jews at a ceremony recognizing a new law conferring citizenship on the descendants of those banished during the Inquisition.
Imre Kertesz, a Holocaust survivor who won the the 2002 Nobel Prize in Literature for his fiction work, died on Thursday in Budapest at age 86.
The Jewish Agency for Israel said in a new study that immigration to Israel (Aliyah) from Western Europe was unchanged and that anti-Semitism was behind it.
A Dutch Jewish group found two ancient mikvehs that had been abandoned after the Holocaust.


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