Germany’s ambassador to the Netherlands is slated to attend a commemoration at a cemetery where many SS soldiers are buried.7
Israel said on Wednesday it would not cooperate with a United Nations Human Rights Council investigation into this year’s Gaza war because its findings were “pre-determined.”3
Prosecutors said that there could be more victims in Rabbi Barry Freunel’s mikveh peeping scandal a hearing today in D.C. Superior Court, according to a report in the Washington Post.19
“We are all one family,” Israel’s President Reuven Rivlin told leaders of the Reform movement at his residence in Jerusalem.6
A senior Russian rabbi accused the country’s communist party of “vulgar and primitive anti-Semitism” after it demanded Russian Jews condemn a Ukrainian Jewish oligarch.
A youth hockey coach in suburban Vancouver was fired for posting Nazi propaganda on social media.
A young French Muslim whose father is Jewish died while fighting with jihadists in Syria.
Rabbi Barry Freundel is expected to appear in a Washington D.C. court today to face charges he used a hidden camera to peep on women in the mikveh of his Orthodox synagogue.
A Tel Aviv court ruled that supermarkets may remain open on the Sabbath in the municipality.
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