Mustafa Busuladzic Elementary School in Sarajevo is named after an educator who wrote in favor of “fighting the Jews” and their “spirit” in 1943.
Ever since the war in Bosnia ended 20 years ago, the country has remained divided along ethnic lines. So, where does Bosnia’s Jewish community fit in? Anne Joseph visits Sarajevo to find out.
Employees at Bosnia’s National Museum, known as the British Museum of the Balkans, returned to work on Wednesday to prepare for the re-opening of the institution which was closed three years ago over a lack of funding.
A man has been arrested in connection with the attack on Bosnian Jewish leader Eli Tauber.
Fans of a Bosnian soccer team chanted anti-Semitic epithets in Vienna prior to a match with the Bosnia-Herzegovina team.
A surprise appearance at a soccer match by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spurred more speculation in Israel on Monday that he could be headed toward an early national election.
Israel is sending aid to help rescue efforts in Serbia and Bosnia, where record floods have submerged cities and left more than two dozen dead and thousands homeless.
A group of 100 Jews and Muslims met in the polyglot city of Sarajevo, an icon of tragedy and hope. Miraculously, we succeeded in overcoming our stereotypes, biases and ignorance.
Nearly two decades after the massacre at Srebrenica, the world has yet to come to grips with its horror. What ever happened to the clarion cry: Never again?
The Boston bombings might force us to reconsider what we think we know about jihad terrorism and the larger questions of radical ‘Islamism,’ writes J.J. Goldberg.