A plaque honoring Jewish industrialist Emil Kolben was erected in the Czech capital.
An Ohio University student senate meeting erupted into chaos, and four students were arrested over protests of the senate president’s recent “blood bucket challenge” of Israel.9
Leaders of Jewish communities throughout Hungary met with representatives of the Hungarian government almost a year after the suspension of contacts between the sides.
Dozens of intelligence corps reservists vowed to stop collecting information on Palestinians.14
Hillary Clinton’s acceptance speech at last night’s Democratic convention didn’t soar or astonish or frighten. Instead, it was remarkable because, for the very first time, we heard the voice of a woman nominee tell us how she would do the most powerful job on the planet.
A school in Rio de Janeiro published a public apology for an exam question that compared Israelis to Nazis.5
Israel’s August tourist numbers took a sharp downturn from the previous year’s figures.
University of Illinois trustees voted overwhelmingly on Thursday not to reinstate Steven Salaita, whose Twitter postings about Israel caused him to lose a promised faculty job, sparking debate about academic freedom and the use of social media.20
A French Jewish watchdog recorded a near doubling of anti-Semitic incidents in France for the first seven months of 2014 compared to the same period last year.3
Search warrants unsealed in Quebec allege that the haredi Orthodox sect Lev Tahor trafficked in human cargo and committed other abuses.5
The publishers of a book containing Adolf Hitler speeches were cleared of hate-crime charges in the Czech Republic, spurring concerns from the country’s Jewish community.
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