The Labour politician said that Israel should have been created in the United States and it was not too late to move Israeli Jews there.
Britain’s Labour Party suspended former London Mayor Ken Livingstone on April 28 for saying that Adolf Hitler was a Zionist.
A report found that hate crimes in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) region continue to go unreported.
In Facebook posts from the hospital, a Belgian Jew documented his recovery from the Brussels attacks — and become a symbol of resilience and reconciliation.
The number of anti-Semitic incidents that occurred last year in Austria increased by more than 80 percent from 2014.
Imre Kertesz, a Holocaust survivor who won the the 2002 Nobel Prize in Literature for his fiction work, died on Thursday in Budapest at age 86.
An operator in Belgium’s hotline on the attacks in Brussels was fired for telling a Jewish caller that Israel doesn't exist and is in fact called Palestine.
The paramedics, who use motorcycles, are part of the Hatzalah emergency service focused on the 12,000 haredi Jews living in the Jewish Quarter of Antwerp.
WJC President Lauder praised Jewish resilience in remarks commemorating the 500th anniversary of the establishment of the Venetian Jewish Ghetto.
A Belgian Jew whose leg was blown off in a suicide bombing at Brussels’ main airport said he would immigrate to Israel.