The president of the United Kingdom’s National Union of Students, who was accused by Jewish student groups of anti-Semitism, suffered a shocking defeat in her reelection bid at the hands of a candidate promising to depoliticize the organization.
(JTA) — French police have detained 10 people in the investigation of the deadly 2015 attack on a Jewish supermarket in Paris, sources close to the probe told Agence France Presse on Wednesday.
A policeman was shot dead and two others were wounded on Paris’s Champs Elysees before the gunman was killed by officers.
When Hebraica, a Jewish sports and social club in Rio de Janeiro, hosted far-right lawmaker Jair Bolsonaro, the rising politician, who is known for his openly racist, homophobic and misogynistic views — not to mention support for torture and the country’s past military dictatorships — didn’t disappoint.
What is The Jerusalem Post thinking by inviting Sebastian Gorka to speak at a forthcoming conference?
Like a Jewish Breitbart, the website Europe Israel has taken over the online conversation in Europe’s largest Jewish community. And as a crucial election approaches, it’s bombarding French Jews with biased, slanted news articles and controversial coverage of real, and sometimes fake, anti-Semitic attacks.
Back in February, the right-wing Jewish website Dreuz reported on an unprecedented meeting: The Confederation Of French Jews And Friends Of Israel, it disclosed, had recently met with Louis Alliot, the vice president of France’s National Front party.
Sebastian Gorka, President Trump’s top counter-terrorism adviser, is once again facing disdain from Middle East experts—this time over a reported plan he advanced to partition Libya.
Do Jews get a discount when they buy a car? Do they own McDonald’s? Do Jews control the media and international banking? Do any of them live here anymore? These are among the questions German school children ask Jews who volunteer in a new outreach program with the provocative name, “Rent A Jew.”
The memorial site at the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland was closed for a short time on Friday due to the absurd actions of a group of about a dozen protesters who slaughtered a sheep, lit a fire, took off their clothes and chained themselves to the famous gate that reads “Arbeit Macht Frei” (“work sets you free”).
On the morning of March 19, as a controversy grew over senior presidential aide Sebastian Gorka, an unidentified individual amended the Wikipedia page of a previously obscure far-right Hungarian organization called the Vitézi Rend, or Order of Vitéz.
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