Greek lawmakers on Tuesday passed a bill toughening anti-racism laws and making Holocaust denial a criminal act, as it cracks down on a wave of xenophobic attacks that have come amid the country’s worst-ever peace-time financial crisis.
Jewish settlements in the West Bank and on the Golan Heights received a higher share of state funds than other communities, according to a new report.
Police are investigating an incident of anti-Semitic vandalism in a Rockland County, N.Y., community with a large haredi Orthodox population.
Israel has illegally coerced nearly 7,000 Eritrean and Sudanese nationals into returning to their home countries, where they risk serious abuse, Human Rights Watch said.5
The Republican Party has rejected the two-state solution, the official policy of U.S. administrations for decades.
A cease-fire between Israel and Hamas during Israel’s Gaza operation reportedly broke down over a misunderstanding between Israel and the United States.
Rashi Fein, a Harvard professor known for his contributions to medicine and social policy, has died.
A Catholic priest in Slovakia sparked outrage by blaming the Jews for the hatred against them during the Holocaust and warned the Roma are following suit.5
Jewish-American journalist Steven Sotloff was kidnapped by a so-called moderate rebel faction and then immediately sold to ISIS, the family’s spokesman said.
Organizers have announced a design competition for a memorial in Warsaw to Poles who saved Jews during World War II.
Israel and the United States conducted a test of the Arrow 2 interceptor missile.
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