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100-Year-Old Polish Woman Declared Righteous Among the Nations for Saving Jewish Girl

Out of the 26,513 people who have received the honor, 6,706 are Poles, 5,516 are Dutch.

Bulgaria Adopts Working Definition of Anti-Semitism

EJC expressed hope for "a continental standard so anti-Semites will know which lines they dare not cross.”

WJC Urges City of Vinnitsa to Pull Monument to Anti-Semitic Leader as ‘Defender of...

"Petilura was anything but an honest man. He was a cruel barbarian, indisputably responsible for pogroms in which 35,000-40,000 Jews were murdered."

Netanyahu Phones Austria’s Chancellor-elect Kurz With Invitation to Israel

Austria's Chancellor-elect said he is interested in “developing the friendship and links” with Israel, and is happy to visit soon.

Polish Culture Minister Protests Museum’s Inclusion of Poles in Responsibility for Holocaust

Gliński is irate at the exhibition which presents Poland, France and Ukraine as states and nations that collaborated with the Holocaust, while Germany is presented "only as the country that exemplifies the holocaust."

NY Members of Congress Push to Deport Former Nazi Guard

Palij pleaded in court that he was forced to serve as a guard at the slave labor camp during World War II.

March to Honor the Memory of Elie Wiesel, His Hometown’s Vanished Jews

The march began at the Wiesel family home, and ended at the railway station, where a plaque was unveiled and the station named after Wiesel.

Film about Jewish Polish Director Wins Best Documentary at Venice International Festival

Waszyński was a prolific film director in prewar Poland – in the 1930s he directed 37 of the 147 films made in Poland in that decade, including the Yiddish-language film Dybbuk.

Rivlin is No Sore Loser: ‘Like Football, Running the Government is Like Teamwork’

The Macedonia leader said his delegation hopes to learn from Israel about building new jobs, as well as connect with the youth, with hi-tech, and learn new approaches to agriculture.

European Jews Worry About Rising Anti-Semitism (Again) in Poland

The EJC is specifically raising a red flag about the deteriorating relationship between Poland's government and the Jewish community.

Two Mikvahs Exposed in Vilna’s Great Synagogue 70 Years after Destruction

This important and magnificent synagogue was the center of study of the Vilna Gaon. In recent weeks, a delegation of archaeologists has uncovered two of the compound's ritual baths.

Russian Jews Irate at Official’s Notion of ‘Sweet Holocaust Deal’

"Such words are offensive to two peoples who have been victims of monstrous persecution," Spokesman Borukh Gorin said.

Israeli Aid Teams Fighting Fire in Macedonia

A 22-member delegation was sent by the Jewish State to battle the flames, which began last week.

Confirmed: Death of Albanian ISIS Commander Behind Plot to Kill Israeli Soccer Team

"He was responsible for planning numerous terrorist attacks, including the failed plot to bomb the 2016 Israel-Albania soccer match."
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Poles Condemn Skinhead Attack on Israeli Soccer Team

The Polish government's statement said: "We strongly condemn aggression and violence against any person."

European-Funded NGOs Promote “Right” to Be Paid for Terror

"Government opposition to the Palestinian Authority policy of paying salaries to convicted terrorists ought to be self-evident."

Rivlin Underscores ‘Deep Connections’ at Meeting With Georgian PM

"The challenges we face are quite similar and we need to learn from your experience," said Georgia's Prime Minister.

IAI Signs Mega Marketing Deal With Poland’s PGZ

"We are certain that the partnership will be a long-term, strategic one."

Watch Netanyahu, Kvirikashvili Launch Talks With 2600 Years Bridging Jewish, Georgian People

"The personal ties and the relations between the Jewish and Georgian people are truly exemplary. Our relations go deeply to centuries."

Netanyahu Heard on ‘Hot Mic’ Warning Europe Undermining Its Security

Europe, he said, was acting not just against Israel’s interests but against its own interests as well.

Bibi Gets a Kick Out of Soccer in Budapest

The prime minister has a great love for athletic sports, but as he told the team, he counts it as progress that "he didn't tear a ligament" kicking the ball this time.

Watch: Netanyahu in Budapest, First State Visit by Israeli PM Since 1989

The prime minister's visit to Hungary is focused on promoting cooperation between the governments and the private sector, underlining high-tech, autonomous vehicles and new technologies.

PM Netanyahu in Budapest Expanding Economic Cooperation

This is the first visit by a sitting Israeli Prime Minister to Hungary since the resumption of diplomatic relations.

BDS Movement Waits to Pounce as Netanyahu Heads to Paris

Somehow supporters of the anti-Israel Boycott, Divest and Sanctions (BDS) campaign nevertheless managed to politicize Netanyahu’s visit.

Massive WW II Bomb Safely Removed in Bialystok

The huge bomb was left in place quietly until explosives experts could attend to it safely.

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