Amphibious proto-cetacean living 50 million years ago looked like a cross between a crocodile, a dog and a beaver and could swim as well as walk on land, paleontologists say
Opinion 'Stop Whining About Your Holocaust Already': What Happens When Europe's Jews Call Out anti-Semitism
When Jews challenge grotesque caricatures on Belgian carnival floats, or soccer fans who sing 'burn the Jews', they're told they 'have no sense of humor,' that they should suck it up – or leave
Mehdi Nemmouche shot dead four people in a 2014 attack, and also faces charges in France for his role in holding journalists hostage in Syria
Conviction 'at last brings a semblance of justice to the loved ones of those who were so brutally murdered, and to the Jewish community as a whole,' World Jewish Congress says
The float 'Shabbat Year' sparked international controversy but local mayor says that 'the carnival participants had no sinister intentions'
Mehdi Nemmouche, who exercised his right to silence for most of the trial, told jury ahead of verdict he was 'trapped' into involvement in terrorist slaying
Editor in chief of Belgium's largest Jewish newspaper, expected to be the country's first Orthodox lawmaker, 'decided to take the plunge' after ban on kosher slaughtering of animals went into effect
Mehdi Nemmouche faces life in prison in what is the first trial over an attack staged by a Western European returned from fighting in Syria
'On the ground, it makes little difference. We still have meat. The problem is the message it sends. It tells Jews: We don’t want you here'
Footage from the match shows dozens of fans taunting rivals of teams that are considered historically Jewish
Police say 5,500 people marched in the bigger protest, organized by Flemish right-wing parties
News site deletes organ accusation from column but retains charge that Israel is 'murdering' and 'kidnapping' Palestinian children
Iranian diplomat Assadollah Assadi was detained in Germany on Sunday on a European arrest warrant for suspected involvement in a bomb plot
The model Marisa Papen was previously detained in Egypt after posing naked in front of religious site
La Libre Belgique newspaper quoted a police source as saying the gunman shouted 'Allahu Akbar' and RTBF said investigators believed the attacker may well have had a terrorist motive
The Great Mosque has been training imams (Muslim prayer leaders) destined to lead mosques around Europe in Jew-hatred, preparation for armed jihad and the need to persecute members of the LGBT community
The 24-year-old refugee was filmed destroying at least 20 mezuzahs and vandalizing Jewish institutions in Antwerp, Belgium
Abdeslam refused to speak to investigators in France about the attack there that killed 130. Days after his capture, Islamic State extremists struck again in Brussels
Salah Abdeslam is the only living member of the ISIS terror cell that perpetrated 2015's lethal attacks on Paris. This is a closer look on what pushed him on his course, days before he faces trial
The Belgian Federation of Jewish Organizations is fighting the regional ban on production of kosher and halal meat passed in May
The show is meant to encourage the creation of a Belgian museum dedicated to immigration, says curator
One school it previously backed near Hebron was renamed for Dalal Mughrabi, who led a 1978 attack against Israel that killed 38, including 13 children
Man who attacked two soldiers in Brussels shouted 'Allahu Akbar' twice during attack
The event is being treated as an attempted terrorist murder, say Belgium's federal prosecutors
The suspects were planning terror attacks, prosecutors say; most members of the Kamikaze Riders are Muslim extremists of North African origin, the Belgian media adds
The Jewish ritual method of slaughtering animals, shechitah, requires animals to be conscious
Brussels train station reopens after blast, reported to have caused panic among an estimated 100 people inside the station, but there we no casualties aside from the suspected bomber
Lawmakers in Flanders and Wallonia agree to ban kosher and halal slaughter by 2019
Under the measure, small animals will be stunned electrically before being killed, which animal rights campaigners say is more humane than Jewish and Islamic rituals.
Belgium Prime Minister Charles Michel met with leaders of B'Tselem and Breaking the Silence while in Israel, despite Netanyahu's demand that the Belgian government stop funding organizations that 'harm IDF soldiers.'