Saturday, September 26, 2020
A Jewish family can now pursue legal recourse for an esteemed painting seized by Nazis in World War II, thanks to a recent ruling from a US court.
A lawsuit prompts the Chief Rabbinate of Israel to allow women to become kosher supervisors.
Five US citizens have been granted a share of $81 million in compensation for a 1997 terror attack in Jerusalem.
Bob Dyan has been charged in France for “public insult and inciting hate.”
A nominee for the Massachusetts high court is facing hostility, partly because of his connection to the Anti-Defamation League.
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.
A French court has sanctioned a publishing house for five anti-Semitic books.
Jonathan Pollard, the convicted American spy for Israel, began his 29th year behind bars today.
A political activist in Sweden wants to draw attention to rising anti-Semitism—by filing for asylum in her own country.
Joseph Paul Franklin was executed this morning for murder of Gerald Gordon.
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