Denmark’s small but vibrant Jewish community rebuffed Israel’s call to emigrate after an attack on Copenhagen’s main synagogue.
More than 100 British artists announced that they have launched a cultural boycott of Israel.40
A scholarship endowment fund has been established in memory of Max Steinberg, an American lone soldier killed in Gaza during the summer’s Operation Protective Edge.
A few worried families are all that remain of Yemen’s ancient Jewish community — and they may soon flee now that a Muslim militia has seized power in the country.4
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
Israel’s Cabinet approved a more than $46 million plan to encourage immigration and to adapt the absorption process to Jews from France, Belgium and Ukraine.3
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on Jews in Europe to move to Israel in the wake of an attack on a synagogue in Copenhagen.9
On a visit to Israel, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee voiced support for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s impending address to Congress.
Volunteer guard Dan Uzan, 37, was trying to protect fellow Jews gathered for a nearby bar mitzvah when he was killed outside Copenhagen’s synagogue.14
Denmark’s chief rabbi on Sunday said he was “disappointed” by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s call on European Jews to immigrate to Israel, following the double shootings in Copenhagen a day earlier, including one on a synagogue that left a young Jewish guard dead.21
Copenhagen police shot dead a gunman suspected of killing a synagogue guard and a man at a free speech event as twin terror attacks rocked the peaceful Scandinavian nation.9
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