Saturday, September 26, 2020
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.
A Deputy Minister of Religious Affairs proposed giving the chief rabbinate’s kashrut inspectors the investigative and enforcement powers of the police.
The creator of the controversial “quenelle” neo-Nazi salute faces racial incitement charges for suggesting a Jewish journalist belonged in a gas chamber.
A Gaza resident was in the process of planning a sniper attack on IDF soldiers when he was injured and entered Israel on a humanitarian permit.
A Minnesota court is hearing a fraud suit against Hebrew National, from past employees claiming it is not 100 percent kosher as labeled and advertised.
Germany has announced its plans to investigate 24 suspects as Nazi criminals, including three women.
One of the nation’s most prominent lawyers is retiring form his post at Harvard Law School.
German officials agreed yesterday to return six paintings to Jewish heirs, pieces that were part of a $1 billion stash recently uncovered in an art collector’s home.
A Jewish businessman held in Bolivia for two years has finally returned home.
A German institute is pledging to go ahead with plans to print a version of “Mein Kampf,” despite the book’s government ban.
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