Self-appointed mayor in eastern Ukrainian says separatists needs a 'bargaining chip' for leverage with Kiev.
In his latest speech, the former British prime minister brands Israel as a central player in the Western alliance facing off with Islamic extremism.
There's no guarantees that physical persecution of Jews won’t make a comeback, but today it is only one of the more minor strands of xenophobia and racism still blighting humanity.
With authorization from his parliament and 40,000 troops on the border, Russia is not giving up on pulling Ukraine back into its sphere of influence.
Lau is right about the need to change the Law of Return, but his proposals laid out in a recent Haaretz interview smack of xenophobia.
There are no signs that Moscow has dropped its plans, but a prolongation of the military buildup on the Ukrainian border will worsen the damage to Russia’s economy.
In interview with Haaretz, visiting U.K. Labor Party chief speaks of 'deep affection’ for Jewish state
Wake up and smell the horseradish: We won, we’re free, now come the responsibilities.
Observers believe Russian troops are preparing a 'short-notice, offensive operation' on Ukrainian soil.
Growing support for racist Jobbik party reflects wider trend in Europe, not necessarily connected to burgeoning Muslim populations there.