They now have to pass through a metal detector flanked by three armed soldiers. But visitors to Brussels’ Jewish museum seem undeterred by the security arrangements that were introduced there last year, after the slaying of four people, allegedly by an Islamist fanatic.
French Jews were stunned when an anti-Israel mob besieged a synagogue outside Paris. What happened next may turn out to be a historic turning point.
Rabbi Natan Levy decided to “engage Ramadan as a committed Jew” to promote “a deeper conversation within the Jewish community on how we move beyond demonization of Islam.”
Peering through dusty apartment widows isn’t an uncommon pastime in this capital city’s crime-infested 8th District, with its many drug addicts and alcoholics seeking for a fix.
The cold determination with which the shooter at Belgium’s Jewish museum murdered four people shocked many Belgians, but local Jewish leaders have long anticipated the possibility of such an attack on their community.
Oligarch Petro Poroshenko carries the hopes of many Ukrainian Jews going into this weekend’s crucial election. Does the frontrunner also have Jewish roots?
Jews in the Dutch province of Limburg survived the Holocaust in higher proportions than the rest of the Netherlands, and the region actually had more Jewish residents after the war.
Although Ukraine has been charting a bloody course toward civil war for months, Irina Zborovskaya had always felt safe in Odessa.
Its maiden voyage is months away and will only take a couple of hours, but the Jewish boat of Amsterdam’s annual gay parade-on-the-canals is already making international waves.
Geert Wilders anti-Moroccan remarks cost him much of the sympathy he enjoyed with some Dutch Jews — and left him looking like other European far-right leaders.