Unafraid following February’s deadly synagogue attack, Jews in Copenhagen say they are more determined than ever to emphasize their identity in their home country. The Cossacks Aren't Coming: A special series on the future of European Jews.
The small nation was the only European country to save its Jews - defying Hitler's Germany and the dark seas to whisk them to safety across the strait to neutral Sweden.
PM Thorning-Schmidt denies synagogue wasn't sufficiently protected; local Jewish leader says it took Denmark time to realize 'we need a different approach with all that is happening across Europe.'
'We will be subdued somewhat, but we will celebrate' says Denmark's Chief Rabbi Jair Melchior.
The gunman who killed two and wounded five in the Danish capital seemed to have at least some military training.
It's too late to say now that Netanyahu isn't speaking in the name of Jews around the world. He’s been doing it for years and very few have spoken out.
A new generation of Hungarian Jews is eager to rejuvenate their community. The problem: radically different ideas of how best to do so. The Cossacks Aren't Coming: A special series on the future of European Jews.
A new generation – many whose families have only recently emerged from the shadows – must grapple with Polish-Jewish identity and their country’s legacy of hatred and horror. The Cossacks Aren't Coming: A special series on the future of European Jews.
From the ruins of the worst Jewish destruction in Krakow, just down the road from the notorious Nazi death camp of them all, a Jewish community center hums with activity. The Cossacks Aren't Coming: A special series on the future of European Jews.
For the formidable former editor-in-chief of Haaretz and founder of the Haaretz English Edition, who died this week, there was no contradiction between being an Israeli and clinging to your British roots