The brutal shooting of nine people at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on Wednesday night rocked Charleston’s Jewish community.
Management at a Belgian Jewish Orthodox school threatened to take “unpleasant steps” against a pupils’ mother because she did not dress modestly enough.
Sixteen youths have been detained by police for questioning over a suspected arson attack on a historic church in northern Israel.3
Germany’s top Jewish leader urged Protestants to confront and condemn anti-Jewish teachings of Martin Luther, who began the Protestant Reformation.5
A Greek official is accused of abusing the memory of the Holocaust by mentioning Gaza during a speech about the genocide, and saying that “victims become bullies.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected comments attributed to the country’s religious services minister in which he attacked Reform Judaism.8
The central board of a Swedish food co-operative voided a popular vote to boycott Israeli products at one of its affiliates.
A non-Jewish custodian was arrested in the stabbing of a 35-year-old Jewish man inside a synagogue in Kiryas Joel, a Hasidic village in New York State.
The head of Israel’s Kulanu party has apologized to the Obama administration for party member Michael Oren’s public criticism of the U.S. president.
The Jewish community in Melbourne, Australia, is at a heightened risk of attack, a Jewish communal security agency said.
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