Germany’s ambassador to the Netherlands is slated to attend a commemoration at a cemetery where many SS soldiers are buried.7
Israel said on Wednesday it would not cooperate with a United Nations Human Rights Council investigation into this year’s Gaza war because its findings were “pre-determined.”3
Prosecutors said that there could be more victims in Rabbi Barry Freunel’s mikveh peeping scandal a hearing today in D.C. Superior Court, according to a report in the Washington Post.19
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
“We are all one family,” Israel’s President Reuven Rivlin told leaders of the Reform movement at his residence in Jerusalem.6
A senior Russian rabbi accused the country’s communist party of “vulgar and primitive anti-Semitism” after it demanded Russian Jews condemn a Ukrainian Jewish oligarch.
A youth hockey coach in suburban Vancouver was fired for posting Nazi propaganda on social media.
A young French Muslim whose father is Jewish died while fighting with jihadists in Syria.
Rabbi Barry Freundel is expected to appear in a Washington D.C. court today to face charges he used a hidden camera to peep on women in the mikveh of his Orthodox synagogue.
A Tel Aviv court ruled that supermarkets may remain open on the Sabbath in the municipality.
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