Sources say dismissal was due to liberal views of center's director, who arranged screenings of Holocaust film and other activities that upset Warsaw's right-wing government.
Born in Tel Aviv, pro-Palestinian activist Eran Cohen, 27, is challenging the accepted norms of British Jewry.
Austria on Sunday may become the first European country to elect as its president a far-right politician from a party that was founded by a former SS officer.
Three years ago I visited my father’s town in the Sudetenland, and now I am in my mother’s town – and both arouse much greater emotion than the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron or the hills of Samaria.
Police are working to determine how the 'Arbeit macht frei' sign got from the Dachau death camp to Norway.
The decision follows reports of 924 anti-Semitic incidents, including 86 violent assaults, taking place in the U.K. in 2015.
For most French Jews, Marine Le Pen is unthinkable as president. But the arch-conservative alternative, Francois Fillon, accuses Jews of putting their community and religion above the French nation.
Norbert Hofer, running for Austria's president, has tried to garner Jewish votes but is known to believe in Nazism-tainted pan-Germanism. Should he win next week, the revival of the capital's Jewish community may be at risk and Europe's xenophobic elements could benefit.
The presidential candidate offended many in the Jewish community when he said Jews didn't 'respect the laws of the French Republic.' But will it hurt his campaign?
The Central Council of Jews in Germany and the Left Party called on civil society and government to take a stand against a 'worrying tendency' toward xenophobia and anti-Semitism.