The Hungarian government is spending heavily on the Jewish community and Budapest’s Jews walk the streets without fear. So why is Benjamin Netanyahu's alliance with their own prime minister 'making Hungarian Jews shiver'? The second of three special reports
The deep common values that unite you and Netanyahu ought to legitimize any form of cooperation, even a joint statement for the benefit of the present and future at the expense of the past
For 15 years, the man behind the Nobel Prize exchanged letters with his Viennese mistress, a flower girl called Sofie Hess. The Nobel Foundation kept the contents of these letters under wraps for almost a century, for fear of tarnishing his name
An award-winning new movie shines a spotlight on the 1941 Odessa Massacre, where 40,000 Jews were murdered. But as lawmakers propose a law against ‘anti-Romanian’ acts, is the country ready?
'We can’t become victims again': Thanks to Trump, Netanyahu and Putin, the glory days of liberal democracy are over. The arc of history is not bending towards justice. Where will Jews stand?
Next year will be the 200th anniversary of ‘Sarajevo’s Purim,’ and one local Jewish historian is determined that the efforts of Zeki Effendi will not be forgotten
The U.K. Jewish media covered Prince William's visit to Israel breathlessly; every royal visit to a Jewish community event is treated like the coming of the Messiah. But British Jews don’t owe the royals anything
The Italian interior minister's suggestion to create a registry of Roma sends shock waves across Europe: 'When a Roma person is targeted I feel less safe, because I know they will come for me next'
Its crime rate — among the highest in Scandinavia — and a large Muslim community make Malmo a flashpoint rife with interethnic and religious tensions
Rome's Jewish community branded the motion of far-right Brothers of Italy party 'a disgrace to the history of the city'