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If Recognized by Israel, Kosovo Would Open Embassy in Jerusalem

According to a 2011 Census, 95.6% of the population of Kosovo are Muslim.

Exhibition Supports Claims of Polish Embassy Saving Hundreds of Jews

It is estimated that the Bernese group produced several hundred to several thousand fake passports between 1941 and 1943.

Polish Synagogue Attacked During Prayers on Yom Kippur

“I apologize to the Jewish community of Gdansk. In the city of Freedom and Solidarity, we respect all religions and do not accept acts of hooliganism," the mayor said.

Bowing to Trump Sanctions, Volkswagen Quits Iran

India plans to cut its oil purchase from Iran significantly, and, according to the same source, “These payments will be made in rupee by refiners."

Arab Crime Families at War in Germany

Clashes among the warring Arab crime families are the order of the day, and many in Berlin now fear that the murder will not go unpunished.

Hungarian Government Transfers Holocaust Museum Ownership to Jewish Community

"The government decision also includes the fact that the owner of the Holocaust museum will be the Jewish Community, something which is unique in Europe."

Netanyahu Warns Europe Still ‘Busy Appeasing Tehran’

“The time has come for Western governments to join the strong and clear effort by the Trump administration against the terror regime in Tehran."

NATO Moving Maneuvers from French Soil to Allow IDF Participation

Israel's unique capabilities in deploying hospitals in the field is well-known and has been praised in disaster-stricken areas.

Exclusive: A Personal Essay from the Streets of Eastern Germany

"Are things that bad, that Saxony's government is too afraid of acting against the Nazis because one of them might get hurt and that may trigger more escalation?"

Neo-Nazis in Germany Attack Jewish Restaurant During Riots

"...we are dealing with a new level of anti-Semitic crime. It calls to mind the worst memories of the 1930s."

Senior European Officials Participated in PA Sponsored Anti-Semitic Exhibition

The anti-Semitic exhibition was placed in the school that was erected in the illegal village, so that the visiting foreign dignitaries could not have missed these artistic offerings.

Netanyahu, North Rhine-Westphalia Minister-President Discuss Iran, Terror Threats

“Israel has good relations with the state in a range of areas including youth exchanges and Holocaust education.”

Eurovision Demands Israeli Commitment to Allow In Fans Who Are Anti-Israel

The EBU also demands that Israel agree not to restrict in any way the events related to the contest that would fall on Shabbat.

European Jewish Congress Calls on Labour to Use IHRA Definition to ‘Root Out Its...

“Much more needs to be done by the leadership to rebuild Labour’s credibility as an anti-racist party and to reassure British Jews that the party makes no exceptions for antisemitism in any form."

Million Dollar Scam Exposed in Sale of Flights to Uman

The two suspects, from the Haredi towns of Beitar Ilit and Beit Shemesh, are owners of the Europnim travel agency, through which they sold the allegedly forged tickets.

European Union Champions UNRWA, Claims ‘Largest Contributor’ to Budget

“The EU will continue its assistance to the Palestinians, including its support to UNRWA’s activities."

German Police Officers Probed over Nazi Salutes Allegations

In Germany, Nazi salutes are a criminal offense punishable by up to three years in prison.

Dutch MP Receives Death Threats, Cancels Muhammad Cartoon Competition

Wilders lived in Israel for two years in his youth and has visited the Jewish State 40 times in the last 25 years.

Poles Commemorate 74th Anniversary of Lodz Ghetto Liquidation

On September 8, 1939, German forces entered Lodz and immediately began targeting and terrorizing Jews, who constituted 34%, or 223,000 people, of the city’s prewar population of 665,000.

Israeli Consulate to Open in Uman for Rosh Hashanah

Israel Police will also send over a special force—as it has done every year—to help the Ukrainian police establish order in Uman during the holiday.

German Left and Right Clash over Murder by Refugees

"If the state can no longer protect the citizen, then people will go on the streets and protect themselves."

Lithuania Admits its Citizens Participated in Murder of Jews During the Holocaust

A document prepared ahead of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s historic visit to Lithuania calls the death of 95 percent of Lithuanian Jews “a great tragedy for the Lithuanian state and society.”

Nazi Hunter Zuroff Lambastes PM for Praise of Lithuania’s Holocaust Remembrance

Zuroff said that “the Government of Lithuania has, over the last 25 years, been making great efforts to eliminate the crimes of thousands of Lithuanians that were directly involved in the murder of Jews.”

Iran Sanctions: 3 Airlines Stop Service, EU Transfers Millions in Aid

Netanyahu: "More should follow, more will follow, because Iran should not be rewarded for its aggression in the region."

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