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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."

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.

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.

Germany Investigates Website Selling Zyklon B Peanuts, Führer Wine

Other products include SS linen, busts of Hitler and of other top Nazis, and knockoffs of liquor brands.

Zionist NGO Calls on Swiss Ambassador to Stop Digging into Israel’s State Secrets

Ad Kan asked the Swiss ambassador to explain his country's reasons for funding Akevot to the tune of $200,000, and demanded that embassy staff be instructed to resume acceptable diplomatic protocol.

Muslims and Jews Find Peace in Auschwitz

Aiman ​​Mazyek, chairman of the Central Council of Muslims in Germany, advocates religious tolerance.
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Report: Berlin Harbors 20% of German Anti-Semitic Crimes

There were 401 anti-Semitic incidents in the first six months of 2018 in Germany. Berlin, which is both the capital city and a state, experienced 20% of these.

High Court Calls on State to Provide Alternative Housing for Khan al-Ahmar Squatters

During the hearing, the squatters' attorneys made it clear that their clients were not willing to move too far from the current location of their shantytown, at most "a hundred or two hundred meters."

High Court of Justice to Hear Petitions on Illegal Bedouin Settlement

In the case of Khan al Ahmar, the High Court has displayed a disturbing "flexibility," extending a legal process which, by the Court's own admission, has been plagued by intolerable stalling.

UN Passes EU Condemnation of Hamas Withholding Israeli Soldiers’ Bodies

“For four years, Hamas has withheld the bodies of Israeli soldiers and denied their families any information about their situation in violation of international law."

First Foreign Working Arrangement Europol Signs Is with Israel Police

The agreement was brought to a vote at the Europol headquarters and was unanimously approved by 28 representatives of the member states.

Iran Suing US in Hague Court of Justice

Iran claims the US' decision violated the Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations, and Consular Relations, signed by the US and Iran in 1955, decades before the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Poland Picks Former Maccabi Haifa Player as New National Team Coach

"We will try to build a national team in a new way," said Zbigniew Boniek, of the Poland Football Association.

Cologne Building Museum in Historic Jewish Quarter to Fight Anti-Semitism

Over its history, the Jewish community of Cologne has suffered persecutions, many expulsions, massacres and destruction.

Jewish Student in Prestigious Berlin School Bullied for Months by Anti-Semites

At one point he was ridiculed for being "a good Jew," because in a debate he disagreed with the Israeli government treatment of the Arabs.

How Did ‘Syria Palaestina’ Come Back to Life 1,800 Years Later?

When JTA repeated the term Syrian Palestinian, it gave its approval to a regime of repression against an entire underclass of Syrian residents forever prevented by government fiat from attaining normalcy.

European Broadcasting Union Threatens to Cancel 2019 Eurovision in Israel

On Monday afternoon, PM Netanyahu is expected convene a special meeting to discuss the issue of splitting the Israeli broadcasting corporation, which has his fingerprints and choke marks on its neck.

EU Finances Personal Legal Campaigns Against IDF Soldiers

Yesh Din is working in partnership with Breaking the Silence and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-I).
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Liberman: Argentina Couldn’t Beat Iceland Because They Didn’t Practice in Jerusalem

Argentina, which plays in Group D, will be playing against Croatia and Nigeria next.

For the First Time Since Hannah Szenes IDF Paratroopers Jump in Eastern Europe

The IDF paratroopers are participating in joint training with the 173rd Brigade of the European Command of the US Army.

Northernmost Swedish Jewish Group Folds Under Nazi Attacks, Police Indifference

“It’s a heavy blow," said Carinne Sjöberg, the first and last chairperson of the Jewish association of Umeå. "I’m very sad about it, and have even shed a few tears.”

Danish parliament to Debate Ban on Infant Male Circumcision

Intact Denmark – Association Against Circumcision of Children, began its petition drive on January 1, calling for a ban on circumcising males under the age of consent, 18.

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