— A Russian appeals court affirmed the expulsion order issued against an American rabbi working in Sochi, in what a local leader of the Chabad movement called a “dark day” for Jews. In its ruling Tuesday against Ari Edelkopf, the Krasnodar Court of Appeals accepted the position of a Sochi tribunal that earlier this…
The harsh directives issued February 21 by President Trump, which could lead to the deportation of millions of undocumented immigrants, have added a sense of urgency to the Jewish congregations — so far, very few in number — that are considering turning their synagogues into sanctuaries.
A French historian has created an interactive map that charts the location of children deported from France during the Holocaust.
Hungarian Jewish leaders said on Tuesday they may stay away from commemorations of the Holocaust in 2014 because of resurgent anti-Semitism in a nation that has struggled to come to terms with a wartime role in deporting Jews.
A review of U.S. Justice Department records shows that 10 alleged Nazi war criminals ordered deported remained in the United States because other countries would not take them.
One activist believes the immigration reform bill ignores the plight of those deported from the U.S. She explains what she is doing to protest this injustice.
Greek Jews are marking mark the 70th anniversary of Nazi deportations. The railway cars used are a powerful symbol of the atrocity — but are they real?
Israel’s attorney general ordered a halt to the deportation of Eritrean migrants.
Five stars on an Israeli high school basketball team were all deported back to their homeland of South Sudan. The team’s future is now uncertain.
The United States and Israel are both historic magnets for immigrants. When it comes to deporting children of newcomers, they seem to be on different paths.