The Jewish community of Spain has been hit hard by the coronavirus.
The country still has dozens of municipalities supporting BDS, more than in any other EU member nation.
A synagogue in Madrid plans to present what it is calling the country’s first egalitarian Torah scroll because women participated in its writin
— A deputy mayor of Madrid hosted in a municipal space an event honoring Palestinian terrorists from Hamas and other groups who are imprisoned in Israel. The event, titled “International Day of Palestinian Prisoners,” was hosted Monday at the main municipal space of the district of Retiro in the southeastern part of the center…
The Madrid alderman for culture under fire for posting a joke about the Holocaust on Twitter four years ago has resigned.
A formerly observant writer — who shall remain anonymous — launches a column about forbidden foods. It starts in Madrid. With pork. On Shabbat.
Spanish prosecutors are investigating the actions of an imam from a town near Madrid who called for the destruction of Jews.
A spokesperson for the mayor of a suburb of Madrid apologized for the mayor’s use of the term “Jewish dog” during her mayoral campaign as representative of the country’s ruling party.
The Jewish community of Madrid has denied the authenticity of quotes attributed to its chief rabbi, in which he reportedly called homosexuals “deviants” who need “re-educating.”
Madrid’s chief rabbi, Moshe Bendahan, called gays “deviants” who should be re-educated and said same-sex marriages are “monstrous.”