Thursday, July 19, 2018
Israeli Yaki Gantz has made over 100 trips to Poland to help identify dozens of unmarked or anonymous Holocaust grave sites across the country.
A Dutch museum wants to stop a planned memorial for victims of the Holocaust.
British lawmakers are pushing for welfare benefits for observant Jews unable to work on Shabbat and other religious holidays.
A center named for the father of modern Zionism has been opened in Budapest.
Bob Dyan has been charged in France for “public insult and inciting hate.”
A group of rare religious texts has been made available online thanks to a joint effort of the Vatican library and the Bodlein Libraries at Oxford.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Italy this week for meetings with Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta and Pope Francis at the Vatican.
A small leftist party in France said it is allying itself with the international campaign to boycott Israel and Israeli products, known as the BDS.
A final push to catch the last remaining Nazi criminals is seeing success, thanks to efforts by the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the globe’s leader in Nazi prosecution.
German President Joachim Gauck marveled at the fact that Jews want to live in his country, in a recent address to a Jewish community conference in Berlin.


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