Saturday, February 24, 2018
A Greek school will hand out diplomas to Holocaust-era students forced to flee during World War II.
A ban on a performance by controversial anti-Semite Dieudonne M’bala M’bala has been upheld by a French court, just hours after a lower court overturned it.
Although Miznon fuses French and Israeli flavors, the city’s Jewish community is flocking to the restaurant for a taste of authentic food and atmosphere.
A Dutch financial body has announced it will no longer work with Israeli banks, citing the Jewish state’s presence in the West Bank as reason.
A Lithuanian lawmaker made headlines after claiming Jews “are just looking to take” from his government.
Greece’s second largest city is set to open a Holocaust museum, to honor the more than 40,000 Jews from Thessaloniki that lost their lives to Nazi hands.
Germany is upping security measures after New Year’s Eve partiers desecrated a Berlin Holocaust memorial.
The creator of the controversial “quenelle” neo-Nazi salute faces racial incitement charges for suggesting a Jewish journalist belonged in a gas chamber.
Art gracing the walls of the German parliament could be the result of Nazi-looting.
A US rabbi has been honored by Queen Elizabeth II with one of England’s highest awards.


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