Negzzia got into trouble in her home country when a photographer gave police partially nude photos of her. But that was only the beginning
A few days before the European Parliament elections, populist parties are making sure to squelch any sign of Jew-hatred among their members, but it’s hard to keep a lid on everything
Lawyers shock court in defending suspect in 2014 Jewish museum attack in Brussels
Argentinian police treats rabbi attack as 'robbery', as human rights secretary calls to eradicate anti-Semitism
She broke numerous athletics records, chose to have a mastectomy to help her fit into a motor car better and had love affairs with the likes of Josephine Baker. Now a new book wants to set the record straight on the woman accused of betraying the French Resistance
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’
A photo of employees of Le Train Bleu performing the ‘quenelle’ gesture is stirring emotions in France ■ Owners promise to suspend everyone involved and to investigate the incident
A German art gallery says its client wants the family to pay $3.4 million for Mlle. Gabrielle Diot, which the Gestapo stole out of Jewish art dealer Paul Rosenberg's safe
Belgian Arthur Langerman has spent decades accumulating one of the world’s largest collections of anti-Semitic posters, postcards and illustrations. But he was shocked by the response when he tried to find a home for it in Israel
European potatoes are shrinking because of declining rainfall in recent years and mounting temperatures: Bad news for fries eaters who will get a shorter version this year
Israeli-born sculptor Ram Katzir was inspired by the chairs at Paris’ Luxembourg Gardens to create a unique place of memory in Amsterdam
The singer, Saad Lamjarred, was released following prior rape accusations after the intervention of Morocco's king
French politicians slam Medine's performance slated for October at the Paris venue where 89 people were killed in the November 2015 terror attack
The Barcelona forward may have been at the heart of the diplomatic spat that led to Argentina canceling a friendly against Israel in Jerusalem. But back in 2011, Haaretz reported on the big debt the diminutive superstar owes to Dr. Diego Schwarzstein
The Great Mosque has been training imams (Muslim prayer leaders) destined to lead mosques around Europe in Jew-hatred, preparation for armed jihad and the need to persecute members of the LGBT community
Theaters in France and Belgium have refused to host Dieudonne, who has been repeatedly convicted of hate speech. His solution, evidently, is deception
After winning over the judges and the studio audience with her amazing rendition of 'Hallelujah' in English and Arabic, some unpleasant writing by Mennel Ibtissem were found on social media
No more shouts of 'dirty Jew': Latest attack of 8-year-old Jewish boy near Paris was carried out in silence, leading to a potentially more lenient punishment
One school it previously backed near Hebron was renamed for Dalal Mughrabi, who led a 1978 attack against Israel that killed 38, including 13 children
The legendary Belgian confectioner, now owned by a Turkish company, is no longer making chocolates containing alcohol
Charles-Joseph de Ligne, a Renaissance man from Brussels, was writing in 1801 that the Jews should petition the Ottoman sultan for self-government in Palestine
Can ice cream have a name that is incidentally an insulting term for blacks? The company that manufactures it thought so, the anti-racism authorities argued the opposite and social media users also had their say
The suspects were planning terror attacks, prosecutors say; most members of the Kamikaze Riders are Muslim extremists of North African origin, the Belgian media adds
Lawmakers in Flanders and Wallonia agree to ban kosher and halal slaughter by 2019
After losing the recent Dutch parliamentary election, populist politician Geert Wilders opened a Twitter for his cats and still raised hackles.
Wilders' loss just goes to show: the Netherlands remains a country with a complex society and a mainly moderate character that is not receptive to extremism.
On election day, the Netherlands' nearly 13 million voters find themselves in the midst of a political process that is unprecedented in its fragmentation and uncertainty.
The far-right leader is slipping in the polls before Wednesday’s election, but he has managed to turn it into a referendum on migrants and Muslims.
The far-right leader, whose Party of Freedom is ahead in elections polls, also said sale of Koran should be banned in Netherlands.
Local governments will have to decide; the suggestion comes after the sexual assaults on women in Cologne, Germany, last New Year's Eve.