Immanuel, which was founded by Dutch Jews, caters to Europe's last Holocaust survivors as they depart from the world
Gérard Filoche, 71, set to be expelled from Socialist Party after posting image of French president standing over the world wearing a Nazi armband
Laras served as chief rabbi of Milan from 1980 to 2005 and as president emeritas of the Italian Rabbinical Assembly
Rising Jewish-Muslim segregation might have something to do with it
Polish president denounces anti-Semitism, but government supports the march as an expression of Polish pride on Independence day
Opinion 90% of Polish Jews Died in the Holocaust. So Why Are Poland's Nationalists Chanting 'Get the Jews Out of Power'?
Poland's anti-Semitic far right marches to the tune of recent nationalist myths pushed by their government, including years of official denial of Polish complicity in the death of Jews in WWII - and with a little help from Donald Trump
British Jewish leaders take specific issue with Prince Charles' use of the 'Jewish lobby' phrase, which they say has been used as an anti-Semitic pejorative for centuries
Pissarro Painting, Seized by Vichy France During WWII, to Be Returned to Jewish Art Collector's Family
Court rules that Pissarro painting 'La Cueillette des Pois,' bought by an American couple from Christie's in 1995, must be given to the previous owner's descendants
The show is meant to encourage the creation of a Belgian museum dedicated to immigration, says curator
Two allies involved in war of words after Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman says Red Army saved 50,000 Bulgarian Jews from Nazi death camps, which Bulgarian president calls 'deep ignorance of history'