A six-foot-tall Hanukkah menorah in Evanston, Illinois was vandalized.
Greece’s parliament is scheduled to vote in favor of recognizing Palestinian statehood.
A man who stabbed a Jew and assaulted two other Jews in Marseille was sentenced to four years is prison.
What is The Jerusalem Post thinking by inviting Sebastian Gorka to speak at a forthcoming conference?
Lithuania’s largest Jewish museum opened a center dedicated to combating anti-Semitism and preserving Litvak Jewish identity domestically and abroad.
The chief rabbi of the Netherlands lit what he said is Europe’s largest kosher menorah, which was built for the Jewish community by Zionist Christians.6
The president of George Washington University has reportedly apologized to a college student who threatened legal action after he was reprimanded and ordered to remove a Palestinian flag from his dormitory window.10
New York City cops have released a new video of a suspect in the string of arson fires targeting Bukharian Jews in Queens — and he’s carrying a gun.
Arab-Israeli lawmaker and political leader Ayman Odeh refused to meet with the umbrella foreign policy body for American Jews because it shares office space with the Jewish Agency, an abrupt and dissonant end to a trip that was aimed at promoting greater Arab-Jewish cooperation.6
Reuven Rivlin toddles up the White House driveway. He is grinning as he shouts in Hebrew to a phalanx of local Israeli reporters shivering in the December chill: “If you must live in a Diaspora, live in this one!”
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