94-year-old Wilhelm Kusterer judged too ill to stand trial in Stuttgart after already being sentenced to life in prison in absentia for taking part in WWII massacre.
The Court of Cassation rejected the appeal last week of Vincent Reynouard, was filmed saying the Holocaust may not have happened and called state commemorations of the deportation of French Jews 'manipulation of memory.'
The 74-year-old's latest album, 'Stranger to Stranger,' debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart earlier this month. It was the highest charting of any of his 12 solo albums.
Members of the graduate student union who opposed the boycott resolution had filed an appeal against the UAW vote, claiming the resolution violated the UAW constitution.
While no reported incidents of anti-Semitism, Jewish Leadership Council expresses empathy and support for all groups currently experiencing 'racially motivated harassment.'
However, Ukraine’s Institute of National Remembrance plans to name local streets after known Nazi co-conspirators, further complicating Ukraine's dubious relationship with its Jewish past and present
Germany still lobbying for the EU to recognize Hezbollah as a terrorist group.
The International Fellowship of Christians has brought more than 4,000 people from 12 countries to Israel since starting its own aliyah program in 2014.
A U.K. agency working to safeguard kosher slaughter in Britain is worried what will happen without the EU's protection of 'faith communities.'
Recent attacks on ritual slaughter and growing security threats make some Jews want to leave France, a Jewish community leader said.