Zsolt Semjen said EU's decision to uphold Belgium's ban on kosher slaughter is 'yet one more sign of the total collapse of our traditional Judeo-Christian value system'
EU Court of Justice ruling appears to propose that religious minorities adapt their practices to animal welfare requirements
The court's ruling, which applies to all houses of worship, finds the government's measures 'disproportionate'
The passengers took control of the public address system with witnesses saying they announced 'the cancer Jews need to leave the train now or we’ll blow you all up'
In an unusual location and in unusual times, the renowned curator is opening together with a Belgian-Israeli partner a new international gallery in Tel Aviv
Last year, UNESCO withdrew its recognition of the carnival following the depiction of Jews holding bags of money
The Aalst carnival, which included a float this year of large-nosed Jews atop piles of money, was the first-ever cultural tradition to be taken off the UN's global inventory of cultural practices
Earlier this week, the parade gave up its UNESCO status after the UN organization considered removing it from the list for its 'racist and anti-Semitic' float depicting Jewish caricatures
Move is a major victory for proponents of attempts to boycott Israel, who have had few breakthroughs in their attempts to shape Belgian-Israeli relations
New movement organizes marches, daylong ‘hunger strikes’ to protest ‘great injustices’ over how applications are allegedly now being handled by Belgian authorities
Sophie Wilmes, a centrist, will head a caretaker government during negotiations on the formation of coalition, which in Belgium are known to take months
After criticism of Nazi-style caricatures at the 2019 Aalst carnival, its organizers are taking revenge, center-staging crude, repellent images of Jews: "Don’t rap us on the knuckles: if you do, we’ll get back at you twice as hard"
Over the past decade, thousands fleeing the Strip tried to seek asylum in Belgium until a new immigration policy slowed down this trend. Haaretz spoke to migrants and experts to understand if this is the end of the Belgian emigration wave
'Recently, we’ve seen an accumulation of anti-Semitic cases where the response was as worrisome as the original issue,' says head of one Brussels-based Jewish institution
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