In the last decade, Orthodox communities from London’s Stamford neighborhood have made their homes in Canvey Island
The incidents on Nov. 1 and Nov. 2 were being investigated by the New York Police Department’s Hate Crimes unit, which tweeted about the arrest
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis looks to integrate the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's definition into domestic legislation and education
Members of the Jewish community reflect on events before and after November 9, 1989, including an unlikely Jewish renaissance in eastern Germany and the disturbing rise of the far right
Malmo, where about a third of the population is Muslim, has seen frequent anti-Semitic harassment and violence
Authorities respond after Auschwitz survivor Liliana Segre, 89, is targeted by daily barrage of racist abuse on social media
Liberal Democrats leader Jo Swinson tweeted the editorial: 'Incredibly powerful message and appalling that any community in our country has been forced to feel like this'
Liliana Segre called for the creation of a parliamentary committee to combat hate, racism and anti-Semitism. Italy's right-wing parties abstained from voting on it
Opinion After Richard Spencer’s anti-Semitic Tirade, Will the U.S. Media Now Stop Glamorizing Well-dressed White Nationalists?
The mainstream media is noisily shocked at the leaked audio of Richard Spencer’s racist rantings. But it serially platformed him – and his boosters from the left
Questions about Corbyn’s take on Brexit and his suitability as prime minister could also nudge many wavering left-wing voters into the centrist Liberal Democrats’ arms
With lawsuits pending, it is unclear how the death of atypical activist James Stern will affect his efforts to take over a neo-Nazi group - for the second time
Undercover agents say the 27-year-old suspect described the explosives he planned to use as 'absolutely gorgeous'
Prager claims that saying U.S. is racist or anti-Semitic is like saying 'men menstruate'
Ahmad Mansour is waging battles against the radicalization of young Muslim immigrants, and hatred of Israel, in his adoptive country of Germany
Holocaust survivor and senator Liliana Segre sought to establish a parliamentary commission to investigate racial hate but Italy's right-wing bloc says the motion was ambiguous
Denounce Zionism, or we'll downgrade the Holocaust: That's the message of the Benedictine College activists who tried to bully a Holocaust survivor into backing their campaign
Sens. Jacky Rosen, D-Nevada, and James Lankford, R-Okla., members of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, are the co-chairs
Move comes amid spike in hate crime by militant extremists
In their new books, Bari Weiss and Keith Kahn-Harris tackle how ‘the oldest hatred’ plays out on the right and left of the political spectrum
As Self-appointed Diaspora Minister, Netanyahu Vows to Protect Jewish Communities Threatened by anti-Semitism
Netanyahu tells Jewish Agency that Israel needs to 'shift money from civilian areas to military areas' due to Iran threat, accuses Gantz of preventing unity government
After criticism of Nazi-style caricatures at the 2019 Aalst carnival, its organizers are taking revenge, center-staging crude, repellent images of Jews: "Don’t rap us on the knuckles: if you do, we’ll get back at you twice as hard"
The Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team and Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team also honored the victims of the attack on the Tree of Life synagogue
A year since the mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue that killed eleven congregants – the deadliest attack ever on the Jewish community in the United States
Synagogue security is a must, and Jewish leaders are speaking out for other minorities against white supremacists
Three-quarters of U.S. Jews disapprove of how Trump is handling the threat of anti-Semitism. They see a president who emboldens the violent Jew-haters who look up to him
The quasi-governmental agency plans to increase the funds it allocates for ensuring the safety and security of Jewish communities outside Israel
The Pittsburgh Playbook: How the Jewish Community Worked With Their Christian and Muslim Neighbors to Heal
After the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in American history, interfaith ties, initiative and compassion led to organization and solidarity others can model
Twelve months after the worst anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history, members of the Tree of Life and the Steel City’s other synagogues are discovering the ‘new reality of being Jewish in America.’ The first of two special reports
Reform Congregation B’nai Israel has signed up to participate in #ShowUpforShabbat campaign, an initiative launched last year following the Tree of Life attack
Pushed out of the anti-Semitic left and repelled by the nativist right, Jews are now at a unique political disadvantage among U.K. minorities