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'
Brazil's Lily Safra and L'Oreal owner Francoise Bettencourt Meyers' donations account for 17 percent of total amount collected so far to restore Parisian landmark cathedral
Konstanty Rokicki, the Polish vice consul in Switzerland during World War II, produced fake passports of South American countries and distributed them to Jews who were about to be deported
For decades, women artists were excluded from the modernist canon. A new exhibition in Vienna fixes that
In the past 20 years, some 600,000 new immigrants came to Israel – principally from Russia, France and North America. They may be the real reason that the country's politics is now fixed on the right
'Husi’s Jewish cemetery looks like it’s been bombed' read a local news report after 73 headstones were smashed
Rabbis will work in a pastoral capacity to instruct soldiers in what is being called 'a sign of the growing relationship of trust between the Jewish community and the Bundeswehr'
The Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor is offering up to $1 million to projects countering hate crime targeting Jews in Europe and Central Asia
As she brings her comedy show ‘It’s No Job for a Nice Jewish Girl’ to Israel, Rachel Creeger is reveling in her unique place in British comedy
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
Volodymyr Zelensky, who is being called the 'Ukrainian Donald Trump,' is projected to get a quarter of the vote
Prosecutors said that when rapper Kaveh Kholardi said 'f***ing Jews' onstage in Oslo last year, he may have just been expressing dissatisfaction with Israeli policies
Pascal Soleme calls the float, which featured anti-Semitic depictions of Jews with money bags and rats, a 'celebration of humor'
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
Lawyers shock court in defending suspect in 2014 Jewish museum attack in Brussels
In Ukraine, drones are helping to locate Jewish cemeteries; in Poland, a barcode will be linked to every graveyard. New tools are saving valuable historical information from oblivion
When Israel’s government and major Jewish groups cosy up to the global far right, it is a fundamental betrayal of Jewish history, Zionism and the Jewish values we believe in
'BDS is a legitimate means to help Palestinians,' says first mainstream political group in the Netherlands to back the boycott, sanctions and divestment movement
Ian Austin, the ninth lawmaker to quit the Labour Party this week, attributed his resignation to the party's failure to root out anti-Semitism within its ranks
Yellow Vest protesters were captured on camera last week shouting threats and racial slurs against the thinker; suspect is a salesman from eastern France, police say