Five years after terrorism struck a Jewish school in France, one thing is clear: Jews are on the frontline of Europe's war against democracy.
Jews and Muslims
In June 1867, 150 years ago, Mark Twain embarked on a great voyage to Europe and the Holy Land. His travel book is still quoted widely today in order to prove all sorts of claims.
Compared with other minorities — especially the Arab one in Israel — Jews have it so good.
Activists on both sides say the new harmony has staying power barring another Gaza war. That hasn't stopped some Muslims and Jews from charging NGO leaders with ulterior motives.
Short-termism endangers Muslim-Jewish alliances facing the Trump administration. What if there's another Gaza or Lebanon war? Will our current compassion and concern for each other survive the onslaught?
Georges Bensoussan, one of the world’s leading historians on Jewish communities in the Arab world, was put on trial in December for a misconstrued statement he made during a radio interview in 2012.
To cope with bomb threats and vandalism, community has created a national council headed by a homeland security official and tightened ties with FBI and local law enforcement – while advising fearful members of other faiths.
Time for clarity: Desecrating graves and threatening JCCs are anti-Jewish hate crimes. Activism for Palestinian rights is not.
Philadelphia Jews Reeling After Hundreds of Graves Vandalized: 'It Hit Home in a Holocaust Kind of Way'
Resident whose family is buried at historic Philadelphia cemetery tells Haaretz that more than 500 graves were destroyed: 'Counting was my way of bearing witness.' ADL offers $10,000 reward.
'Whatever extremists try to destroy, we'll rebuild,' Muslim American activist says after Philadelphia cemetery vandalized, vowing to try to divert funds raised for St. Louis to help.