For the past few years the Great Synagogue of Vilnius, once the 'beating heart' of the city's Jewish community, has been under excavation after a school was built in its place
Concerned site could become target of anti-Semitic vandalism, council to vote on plan in coming months
Netanyahu, who has been criticized for failing to confront European anti-Semitism, lauded meeting with Oleh Lyashko – who is known for controversial remarks
In a new film and biography, Billionaire Frank Lowy – who now lives in Tel Aviv – returns to the days when he was Pinchas Levy, a 13-year-old boy whose resourcefulness saved his family
The Swedish city, home to several hundred Jews, experiences dozens of anti-Semitic incidents annually
After sharing a tweet linking to a pro-Israel boycott article, Peter Schäfer faced criticism that the museum was 'completely out of control'
The number of anti-Semitic incidents recently reported in Berlin is about 14 percent higher than last year; 2018 saw a total of 1,083 cases
The festival in Lodz, where Jewish life all but disappeared during the Holocaust, draws inspiration from a similar string of celebrations throughout Europe
Relations between Poland and Israel have suffered since the introduction of a law in Poland last year making it illegal to blame the Polish nation for Nazi crimes
Imad Ibn Ziaten's mother has campaigned with French Jews against anti-Semitism since her son was killed in 2012
Redbubble – which recently removed the sale of Auschwitz-printed mini-skirts – is now selling products with the logo of a chemical used by Nazis to murder millions
Moses Elisaf has spent nearly two decades representing the tiny Romaniote Jewish community in Ioannina, and now he’s leading the entire city — overcoming some anti-Semitic slurs along the way
French Culture Ministry says project will look into cultural artifacts kept in French museums, which hold some 2,000 items brought from Germany
Opinion Europe's Far Right Populists Didn't Get Their Tsunami. But They're Still as Dangerous as Ever
Despite their over-hyped predictions, populist nationalists still got a wave. That should disturb anyone opposed to the danger the intolerant far right poses to Europe
How one instance of spitting by me led to the conclusion that I can’t be anti-Semitic
Pittsburgh and Poway were an abstract horror for me until last week, when the arson wave hit my own Chicago synagogue. U.S. Jews now join Europe's Jews in facing ongoing anti-Semitic violence against us and our sanctuaries
The May 1 march for workers' right prompted outcry from the Jewish community over rising attacks with anti-Israel sentiment
Construction workers discovered 120 coffins filled with the bodies of men, women and children near the border with Poland, where a Jewish ghetto once was
We’ve prematurely celebrated the demise of Austrian Nazis one too many times. Despite the graft-and-corruption scandal that's just ousted the Freedom Party from government, has anything really changed?
Farmland goes for a song, farmers receive state support and falafel and malabi are readily available. More and more Israelis are finding a haven on Portuguese soil
The woman, a communal leader in her 60s, is now in stable condition ■ Unattributed reports say crime 'was an act of insanity' rather than anti-Semitism
'We cannot rely on fading memories of the Holocaust to keep today's Jewish communities safe,' Israeli president says
Neo-fascism and a populist glorification of Mussolini's WWII regime is contaminating Italy's culture and politics, from street gangs to intellectual salons to the highest levels of government. And weak, divided liberal democrats are struggling to respond
In largest survey of the country's Jewish community in 15 years, vast majority of respondents say they feel solidarity with Israel
'We were the most murdered victims here during the Second World War and we will never agree to any payments for anyone for this reason,' Morawiecki says
Real Madrid, Torino, Bayern Munich, Benfica: Jews were pivotal in the development of European soccer. But then they were kicked into the concentration camps
Report by Kantor Center at Tel Aviv University and European Jewish Congress also finds rise in violent anti-Semitic attacks including assault, vandalism and arson in 2018
In France, Belgium, the Netherlands and elsewhere, rappers have dabbled in Holocaust denial, anti-Jewish conspiracy theories and threats against 'Zionists'
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: A couple of leading violinists explain what it takes to play the instrument
Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, who governs Austria with the far-right Freedom Party as his coalition partner, calls the poem that appeared in a local publication of the party 'abhorrent, inhuman and deeply racist'