110 years after the French Jewish officer was exonerated, the lessons of the affair still spark a controversy in a country where right-wingers aim to curtail human rights.
A special committee's report, which states that Jews should be allowed to flag what constitutes anti-Jewish speech in their eyes, is a landmark document.
Rabbi Binyomin Jacobs was reacting to an announcement by the Netherlands' health minister of legislation that would broaden existing laws on assisted suicide to include healthy people who no longer wish to live.
They are not only spiritual centers but social venues, too: How French immigrants are changing the Tel Aviv synagogue scene.
Naming a media group with Jewish roots, Anna Hagwall says 'no family or ethnic group should be allowed to control more than 5 percent of the media.'
Team Cyklon B, the Czech transliteration for Zyklon B, had fans shouting 'Go Cyklon B!' at a Prague tournament after team plays against Roma players.
The trial of 95-year-old Hubert Zafke, which finally got underway three weeks ago, was repeatedly postponed after judges ruled he was unfit.
French investigative website Mediapart claims the 'reclusive’ successful Italian author is Anita Raja, a translator and editor who worked for the publishing house that publishes Ferrante’s books. Raja has since denied being the author.
One of the winners, Michael Kosterlitz, is the son of Hans Kosterlitz, a German-born Jewish biologist who emigrated to Scotland in 1934 following the election of the Nazi Party.
After attending the funeral alongside Obama and Bill Clinton, the British royal went to Church of Mary Magdalene on the Mount of Olives to visit the grave of his paternal grandmother, a righteous among the nations.