In Prague, anti-Semitism is virtually unknown. Why has the Czech Republic been so successful at stamping out hatred compared to its neighbors in central Europe?
Bild, the largest circulation paper in Germany Friday called on Germans to raise their voices against anti-Semitism. A banner headline said: “Nie Wieder Juden-Hass (Never Again Jew Hatred).
Germany is vowing to clamp down on public anti-Semitic language, responding to recent demonstrations and speeches in which protesters called for death to Jews.
63% of Poles say Jews control international banking and media — and many believe other canards. What does a new poll say about Poland’s hoped-for Jewish revival?
By moving back to Berlin three years ago, Margot Friedlander, a 92-year-old Holocaust survivor, has become an unlikely celebrity in the land where she was once persecuted.
A court in Berlin ruled today that the city must pay the city’s state-funded Jewish community, its annual subsidy, according to wire reports.
The German Bundestag today approved a resolution vowing to combat anti-Semitism and support Jewish life in Germany, and to deepen the country’s special relationship with Israel.
A new poll of Polish high school students showed shockingly high levels of anti-Semitism. Forty-four percent of Warsaw high school students don’t want a Jewish neighbor.
Poland wants to honor righteous gentiles on the site of the Warsaw Ghetto. As the 70th anniversary of the uprising nears, some say that’s not the time or place for such a monument.
Germany’s parliament is considering a review of education programs in its schools after receiving a government commissioned report showing that anti-Semitism in the country remains at disturbingly high levels.