Monday, April 24, 2017
A French court has sanctioned a publishing house for five anti-Semitic books.
A pastor fighting to protect Jewish circumcision was awarded the Central Council of Jews’ highest honor.
The World Jewish Congress is calling on the German government to up efforts to return Nazi-looted art to its rightful owners.
A Dutch broadcaster has removed and apologized for a children’s video blaming Jews for the death of Jesus.
A political activist in Sweden wants to draw attention to rising anti-Semitism—by filing for asylum in her own country.
Europe’s first school of Jewish theology opened in Germany this week.
A German prosecutor is seeking legal charges against a Minnesota resident that might have been involved in the murder of dozens of adults and children in World War II.
The Polish edition of Forbes apologized for three articles about restoring prewar property that targeted community leaders and Jewish organizations.
A rare haggadah recently uncovered at a private home in England is expected to fetch more than $800,000 when it goes to auction Friday.
A survey that showed a high fear of anti-Semitism among Hungarian Jews used flawed polling, officials are now saying.

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