Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Descendants of Spanish Jews forced out of the country in the 15th century will finally be allowed to return home.
Hungary’s Jewish community has decided to boycott a national Holocaust memorial program, over alleged Hungarian distortions to Shoah history.
Five German non-Jews were honored recently for their efforts to help preserve Jewish history.
Denmark's largest bank is boycotting an Israeli financial institution over its work in the West Bank.
A set of marbles owned by Anne Frank is set to go on display near Amsterdam today.
The French comedian behind the controversial neo-Nazi “quenelle” gesture has been banned from entering Great Britain.
The oldest existing synagogue in Portugal is set to become a museum, after a campaign to have the old shul restored and preserved.
Hungary’s Holocaust past generated headlines this week, as a Shoah expert withdrew his name from a national memorial.
In 1943, Sophie and Hans Scholl, along with Christophe Probst, were beheaded in Berlin for their involvement in peaceful resistance group, the White Rose.
A French Jew who was convicted of a blood libel was recently exonerated, almost 350 years after he was executed for the crime.


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