On Feb. 25, 1941, at least 100,000 Dutchmen stopped working to protest the Nazis’ persecution of Jews, bringing the economy to a halt for days.
A letter from Amsterdam: If Amsterdam purges prostitutes and pot shops from city center, will Jewish sites suffer?
The perpetrators poured orange paint — the national Dutch color — on the monument and wrote “WLM,” possibly for “white lives matter.”
The victims asked the judge to consider a religious or racist motive, which currently is not included in the incitement.
AMSTERDAM An unopened letter that was mailed to the home of Anne Frank while she and her family were in hiding fetched more than $11,000.
He also called her and her children “cancer Jews.”
The home of his father has been vandalized five times in recent years.
A middle-aged Jewish man draped in an Israeli flag bellows insults at another man holding a Palestinian flag.
AMSTERDAM On the national day of mourning for Holocaust victims in the Netherlands, a major mosque in the kingdom’s capital celebrated the conv
The number of incidents involving anti-Semitic vandalism recorded in the Netherlands last year increased by 40 percent, to a 10-year high of 28 cases.