Hungarian Jewish leaders said on Tuesday they may stay away from commemorations of the Holocaust in 2014 because of resurgent anti-Semitism in a nation that has struggled to come to terms with a wartime role in deporting Jews.
David Blech, once dubbed the “King of Biotech”, failed to persuade a U.S. appeals court to throw out his four-year prison term for securities fraud on the ground that his sentencing judge was biased.
The Economist removed a cartoon from an article on its internet edition that has been characterized as anti-Semitic.24
Fliers were hung in the Oakland neighborhood of a Jewish city councilwoman with a swastika drawn on her forehead.3
Chile’s top soccer league has penalized the Palestine Football Club with a fine after playing in three official matches wearing uniforms showing the entire map of Israel as Palestine.3
More than 1,000 people have applied for new compensation money from Germany for labor performed in Amsterdam’s Jewish ghetto during the Holocaust.
Nearly 350 years after his wrongful execution, a French Jew who had been convicted of a blood libel was exonerated and declared a martyr.3
The English Football Association charged Nicolas Anelka on Tuesday for making a “quenelle” salute after scoring for West Bromwich Albion against West Ham United in the Premier League last month.
New York traffic authorities have reportedly lowered the speed limit along a busy Brooklyn street that runs alongside Prospect Park where bar mitzvah boy Samuel Cohen-Eckstein was struck and killed by a van.
British lawmaker David Ward has raised Jewish ire again for a tweet following the death of Ariel Sharon.12
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