Mennel Ibtissem’s cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” made her a hit. But she wrote conspiracy theories accusing France of faking terror attacks.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that the U.S. is “disappointed” in the Polish government’s new law banning phrases like “Polish death camps.”
Algerian Jews had their French citizenship stripped by the Vichy government, and laws banned Jews from working as doctors, lawyers and teachers.
The statement comes after the Polish parliament’s approval of a law making it illegal to accuse Poles of crimes committed by Germany during WWII.
The measure compares male circumcision to female genital mutilation and calls it a violation of human rights.
The March of the Living should be moved from Poland in response to its parliament’s new bill banning terms like “Polish death camps,” the rabbi wrote.
The number of anti-Semitic attacks recorded in the United Kingdom rose slightly in 2017 to 1,382 cases, marking a new all-time record.
The boy was wearing a kippah when two teenage assailants beat him. It is the second attack on a Jewish child in the same area this month.
The comment comes amid tensions between Poland and Israel over Polish legislation that would ban the term “Polish death camps.”
“Indifference is a virus that is dangerously contagious in our time,” the pope said.
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