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.
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.
The 3,000 men, women and children at Tel Aviv’s newly renovated Habima Square last December were waiting anxiously to hear Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh, the St. Louis-born mystic and scholar whose quiet demeanor belies incendiary scholarly writings that are inspiring a generation of Jewish supremacists.
Arson was not the cause of a fire that damaged the Duma home of a key witness in a deadly attack last year in the same West Bank Palestinian village, police believe.
The Palestinian child whose brother and parents were killed in a July firebombing by Israeli Jewish extremists met soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo in Madrid.
A Jewish teen was sentenced to life in prison and a second teen to 21 years in prison for kidnapping and murdering a Palestinian teen by burning him to death in the Jerusalem Forest.
Three Jewish-Israeli teens were indicted in the vandalism of a Jerusalem monastery with anti-Christian graffiti.
Israel’s Supreme Court added to the prison sentences of two brothers who pleaded guilty to an arson attack on a Jewish-Arab school in Jerusalem.
Meir Ettinger, a suspected Jewish terrorist being held under Israel’s administrative detention policy, collapsed in prison nine days after launching a hunger strike.
A right-wing Jewish extremist, who has been held in administrative detention since August, has gone on a hunger strike to protest his detention.