Saturday, September 26, 2020
The Anti-Defamation League applauded a Supreme Court decision that ruled employers can't consider an applicant’s religion in hiring.
Germany authorities said that a 95-year-old former medic at Auschwitz will face trial on February 29 on at least 3,681 counts of accessory to murder.
An Italian tourist who stole a remnant of barbed wire from Auschwitz could face three years in prison for the crime.
A nominee for the Massachusetts high court is facing hostility, partly because of his connection to the Anti-Defamation League.
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 political activist in Sweden wants to draw attention to rising anti-Semitism—by filing for asylum in her own country.
Germany has announced its plans to investigate 24 suspects as Nazi criminals, including three women.
Kosher slaughter will be illegal in Denmark, beginning Monday, by order of Agriculture and Food Minister Dan Jørgensen.
The Jewish community in a small Greek town is suing for the return of funds paid out during Nazi occupation.
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.
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