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Czech FM Blames Hamas for Gaza Border Deaths

"I do not think that there is a causal link between the transfer of the U.S. Embassy... to Jerusalem and the events in Gaza."

French Prime Minister Cancels Israel Visit

Philippe had been scheduled to make a two-day trip to Israel from May 31 to June 1.

Israel Moving Towards Becoming ‘World Power’ in Growing Cleantech Sector

Environment Minister Elkin said the cleantech industry is expected to explode, financially speaking, in the coming years.

Minister Says European Union Can ‘Go To A Thousand Hells’

"The Jafar Farah incident is in any event being looked into by the police internal investigations unit. This just shows how contemptible the EU is.”

Romania Buys Rights from Israel to Produce Iron Dome

In a deal worth hundreds of millions of dollars, Israel’s Rafael Advanced Defense Systems will provide the Romanian Romaero company with licensing and training to produce their own air-defense systems.

European Ambassadors Summoned to Foreign Ministry Following UNHRC Vote

Belgium, Spain, and Slovenia joined 29 other countries to back the establishment of the commission of inquiry into “all alleged violations and abuses.”

Palestinian Authority Recalls Envoys from Europe

The day before, PLO envoy to the United States Husam Zomlot was recalled to Ramallah from Washington DC.

Knesset Speaker to French Senate: Move your Embassy, Raise the French Flag in Jerusalem

"We live in a world in which the person who dares and innovates – wins. Jewish history and French history abound with daring and innovations."

Russia: Iran Must Offer Concessions on Nuclear Deal

"Russia will comply with its obligations under the JCPOA to the full."
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2019 Eurovision in Jerusalem On and Right After Lag B’Omer

The first two dates will present a problem in Jerusalem, seeing as they fall two days before Lag B'Omer and on Lag B'Omer.

One Dead, Several Wounded in Paris Stabbing Attack

French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb praised the police response: "My first thoughts are for the victims in this odious attack."

Poles Irate as Trump Signs Justice for Uncompensated Survivors Today Act

Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said the new law places Jews above other people.

Dutch Holocaust Monument Smeared with Blood, Mud

In addition to the anti-Semitic vandalism at the monument, there were a number of other incidents as well around the same time.

France, White House Both Deny Trump Told Macron US to Quit JCPOA

With less than an hour to go, rumors about who said what and what would happen in either case, flew thick and fast.

Tourism Ministry Announces More Direct Flights From Romania to Tel Aviv

Sibiu will be the sixth city in Romania to operate a direct route with Israel.

Israel Withdraws Candidacy for UN Security Council

“It was decided that we will continue to act with our allies to allow for Israel to realize its right for full participation and inclusion in decision-making processes at the UN."

European Jews Ask Leaders to Cut Contact with Mahmoud Abbas

"If the European leadership wants to be seen as an honest broker in the peace process and standing against anti-Semitism then it must do more than merely condemn these remarks."

Abbas Anti-Semitism Condemned by Europe, United States, Israel

The anti-Semitic remarks by Abbas, said Greenblatt, are "very unfortunate, very distressing and terribly disheartening. Peace cannot be built on this kind of foundation.”

Yad Vashem Honors Belgian Carpenter, Wife, Who Saved Jewish Toddler

The names of Henri and Emilie Lamberty will be added to the Wall of Honor in the Garden of the Righteous Among the Nations at Yad Vashem.

Netanyahu Updated World Leaders on Secret Iranian Nuclear Program Files

The prime minister "spoke ... with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the wake of the exposure of the documents on the Iranian plan to achieve nuclear weapons."

Yad Vashem to Sign Educational Agreement with Brandenburg State, Germany

"A major challenge today is to ensure that young people will know about the Holocaust, will find it significant, and will be able to process it appropriately."

Anti-Semitism Commissioner: No Wonder Jews Want to Leave Germany

There are an estimated 100,000 Jews living in Germany today. Some 522,000 Jews lived in Germany in 1933, but only an estimated 214,000 remained in the country by 1937, and then, of course, very few remained.

Germany to Establish National Register for Anti-Semitic Violations

The new anti-Semitism commissioner also said he plans to improve cooperation the Muslim associations in Germany, to better coordinate their condemnations of anti-Semitism.

Israeli Chief Rabbi, European Jewish Leaders Condemn Call to Remove Kippahs in Germany

Chief Rabbi Lau responded on Tuesday that the best way to battle anti-Semitism is to immigrate to Israel, but that all Jews in Germany and throughout the Diaspora must continue to wear the kippah and other Jewish symbols.

Czech Republic Opening Consulate in Jerusalem, Moving Embassy ‘Later’

Both the new Czech Consulate and Czech Cultural Center are to be located on the “western” side of Jerusalem.

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