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.
William Tchamaha, who called Israel "a state outside the law" that should be "embargoed," was removed a week after an anti-Israel journalist.
Only two lawmakers from a center-left party abstained in the vote on ending the slaughter of animals if they are conscious.
France must win back Israel's trust, write the director and deputy director of the American Jewish Committee's Europe office.
Alleged occupation and Muslim immigration sapped its popularity, but the Jewish state has gained favor in the formerly hostile eastern part of the continent.
The vote Friday by the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions follows a string of resolutions calling to boycott various Israeli institutions and economic sectors.
The 17-year-old girl adopted the last name of Omar El-Hussein, who killed a Jewish guard outside a synagogue in 2015.