Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Iran hosted a Holocaust drawing exhibit over the weekend, aimed at diminishing and sometimes denying altogether the historical existence of the Shoah.
Montreal sent convicted anti-Semitic comedian Dieudonne M’bala M’bala back to France after he landed in Montreal for 10 sold-out shows in Canada.
An Israeli firm and a Chabad rabbi working in Nigeria are preparing to open the first known Jewish ritual bath, or mikvah, in West Africa.
A book of fairy tales that belonged to Anne Frank sold for $62,500 at an auction in New York on May 5.
A model used by Jewish workers to create a ring for Oskar Schindler has been donated to the Melbourne Jewish Holocaust Centre, where it will go on display.
Riyad Mansour, the Palestinian U.N. Ambassador, compared Palestinian terrorists to Jewish fighters in the Warsaw Ghetto uprising.
A Dutch Christian organization is planning to sail a replica of Noah’s Ark to Brazil during the Summer Olympics and the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Facebook and Twitter have been shutting down Hamas pages after months of criticism that the networks were enabling incitement to violence against Israelis.
An Iranian pilot threatened to move to Israel and work with the state to undermine the Islamic Republic’s government.
Palestinians in Ramallah launched a global campaign to secure the nomination of jailed terrorist leader Marwan Barghouti for the Nobel Peace Prize.
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