Alain Soral, leading ideologue of France’s far right and known Holocaust denier, wrote that ‘the battle between the Jewish people and the rest of humanity should bear the character of total genocide’
CBS Studios and Israeli Keshet Studios acquired the script developed by Chabon and Ayelet Waldman
Romanian rabbi says demolishing the city's 'Jewish symbol' is 'a crime' ■ Iasi municipality: Decision was made with Jewish community, gate will be rebuilt elsewhere
Adam Andruszkiewicz, appointed to combat online incitement and hatred, presided as recently as 2016 over a movement that 'openly proclaims racist ideas'
During the Holocaust, Roxane van Iperen's dream home had been the center for one of the Netherlands' most daring rescue operations conducted by Jews for Jews
New book seeks to undermine the narrative that Italy was 'outside the shadow of the Holocaust'
Meir Margalit studied Jewish emigration from Palestine during the British Mandate. It had numerous causes — economic distress, the precarious security situation and even the Zionist movement’s cruelty toward the sick and the old — but its effect on the Zionist project at the time was minimal
2018 has felt at times the most confrontational year ever, especially among American Jews, however there has never been a time when young Israelis and Diaspora Jews were so similar
Karolinska University Hospital, affiliated with institute that awards Nobel Prize in Medicine, named on Simon Wiesenthan Center list for failing to respond adequately to alleged anti-Semitism toward three Jewish doctors
Man says Jesus' 'blood is on you and your children' and 'Jews are the enemy of all people'
After bloggers published a video of an employee laughing as a man wearing a kippa walks by, Albert Heijn spokesperson says 'it’s a coincidence that the filmmakers misinterpreted. Very annoying'
Worries about split from Europe compounded by growing prospect of Corbyn-led government if Tories fall
Nearly 10,000 children, almost all of them Jewish, were sent to Britain on the Kindertransport from Nazi Germany, including Austria and parts of Czechoslovakia annexed to Germany
Mohammed Yasin was suspended after The Sunday Times gave Labour a dossier detailing his social media activity
Poles are choosing the components of their national cuisine. Or is it Jewish cuisine?
79 percent of respondents said they didn’t report it because they thought doing so would be a waste of time
Bronze-capped cobblestones were embedded into the pavement in central Rome neighborhood ■ Salvini slams 'repugnant anti-Semitism'
More than one in three considering emigration – Israel destination of choice
The cover of the pro-government magazine Figyelo featured a picture of the president of the Hungarian Jewish community with banknotes floating around him
Hungary’s Jewish community fears the museum will be used as political tool to distort the country’s historic role in Holocaust
A Viktor Orban-affiliated business magazine depicts the president of the Hungarian Jewish Federation surrounded by bills falling around him, days after Netanyahu praised Hungary's prime minister for combating anti-Semitism
In addition to the establishment of at least one hotline for reporting anti-Semitic incidents, the funding will go to initiatives in the fields of justice and education
Robert Klein was a Jewish immigrant in France who survived World War II, studied medicine, philosophy and art, and put an end to his life in mysterious circumstances. The discovery of a trove of his unpublished works is causing a stir among art historians
More than a quarter of respondents say Jews have too much influence in business and finance, while over a third say they have no substantial knowledge of the Holocaust
A former department head at Karolinska hospital, affiliated with the body that grants the Nobel Prize in Medicine, is accused of anti-Semitic behavior toward Jewish doctors. Haaretz speaks to one of his alleged victims to hear about years of alleged bullying
According to a new survey of Dutch Jews, many feel that anti-Semitism is on the rise in the Netherlands and 48% say they take steps to hide their ethnic heritage
Israel's Chief Rabbinate 'Cements Monopoly Over Conversions' After Deal With European Orthodox Rabbis
Chief Rabbinate to stop sending Israeli rabbis to perform conversions in Europe. In return, European Orthodox rabbis won't recognize conversions performed in Israel in private courts that Rabbinate doesn't recognize
The prime minister sent a video address to the conference after canceling his participation. Dozens of prominent Israelis: 'It is nonsensical and inappropriate to identify anti-Zionism with anti-Semitism'
Two-thirds of respondents anticipate that anti-Semitism will increase 'significantly' or 'somewhat' over next five to 10 years, but most rule out emigration
Leslie Brent and Lord Alf Dubs among those urging government to take in more migrant children, like the 10,000 mainly young Jews who were saved from Nazi Germany between 1938 and 1940