(JTA) — An annual neo-Nazi rally was held in the capital of Bulgaria despite a municipal ban. The Lukov March, which celebrates the Bulgarian alliance with Nazi Germany, went off as scheduled on Saturday night in Sofia despite the ban issued by Mayor Yordanka Fandakova. The rally honoring the then-Bulgarian war minister Hristo Lukov, who…
Bulgarian soccer fans attacked Israeli players during an exhibition match in the country’s capital.
“Death to Jews” and a swastika were painted on the notice board of the Central Synagogue in Sofia, Bulgaria.
A Jewish group and a liberal party in Bulgaria have condemned a march to honor an anti-Semitic general from the 1930s.