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
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
Lawmaker Chris Williamson suspended after telling group of Corbyn supporters 'We have backed off too much, we have given too much ground' ■ Four Labour lawmakers condemn his statements
Witness says the attacker asked the victim, who is in his seventies, if he is Jewish before punching him in the face
Inspired by their new-found Sephardic Jewish roots, scores of newly converted Jews are erasing the taboo that kept their ancestors from proclaiming their faith
Worries about split from Europe compounded by growing prospect of Corbyn-led government if Tories fall
The idea blew up on social media, where Twitter users advised Florence Schechter to put up a sign saying 'caution, slippery when wet' or install a knocker on the door because 'no man will find the buzzer'
61-year old Hans Breuer provides food, transport and the gift of Yiddish music to the Syrian refugees entering Austria.
Uri Rosenthal, a son of Holocaust survivors and married to an Israeli, stresses that his Jewish background and Israeli link don't affect his decisions.
In book written by Holocaust survivor, Frits Bolkestein quoted as saying Jews have no future in Holland; fellow coalition members rebuke comment, say emigration is not the answer.
Controversial anti-Islam Dutch politician Gert Wilders to visit Israel on Sunday; demonstration expected at site of his planned speech in Tel Aviv.
Israel officials call report by Dutch director George Sluizer a 'modern blood libel' after he director claimed to have seen then Defense Minster shooting children from close range near the Sabra-Shatilla refugee camp in 1982.
Famous for a rugged appearance and a straightforward style, Conny Mus was one of the Netherlands' best-known broadcast and television reporters.
New research shows how a group of Dutch farmers that trekked to Ukraine and Lithuania in World War II was spurned as 'white Jews'.
Family and friends recall dedication of fallen son of South Africans.
The new program, to be introduced next month, aims to help encourage immigration to Israel while also giving new arrivals a chance to integrate and learn Hebrew before being conscripted.
English-speaking immigrants have learned that their children will not be able to attend the only religious elementary school in their neighborhood.
New Jersey-born aid worker Gila Garaway is go-to person for Israeli medical delegation.
The late Dutch-Jew Felix Tikotin brought origami to Holland, after struggleing for years to get his countrymen to overcome their animosity toward their brutal wartime foe.
Burundi security officials consider sending away Muslim minorities unless they give information about extremists.
Approximately 50 victims were burned when an oil tanker caught fire two weeks ago, killing more than 230 people in the village of Sange near the Democratic Republic of Congo's border with Burundi.
Israeli doctors working in Congo learn locals turned out to be good hosts - but working with Western volunteers is more complicated.