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Brussels ‘Man in the Hat’: We Wanted to Attack Passengers Flying to Tel-Aviv

On Wednesday, ISIS published the obituaries of the Brussels suicide bombers, crediting them with preparing the explosives for the November Paris attacks as well.

ADL: European Nations Failing to Combat Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes

Levels of anti-Semitic incidents are at their highest in a number of European nations this year.

Warsaw Hillel to Start Serving Poland’s Jewish Young Adults

“Young Jews in Poland today carry with them both the tragedies our parents and grandparents endured and the flourishing community our generation has witnessed.”

Anti-Semitism in Austria ‘Highest in Years’

Anti-Semitism is rising in Austria as well as elsewhere in Europe; new Muslim migrants may be part of the cause.

Croatian Jews to Boycott Crypto-Nazi Government’s Holocaust Commemoration

Jewish committee officials are accusing Croatia's newconservative government of ignoring open and public anti-Semitism.

Subcommitte Chair Demands Intensified Demolition of EU-Funded Illegal Construction

"Past committees were presented with partial and biased data, and it was said that Civil Administration employees have an agenda and tend to enforce more against Israelis."

Regavim: Kerry’s State Dept. Unjust in Criticizing Illegal EU Construction Demolition

A March 4 condemnation of Israel’s demolition of illegal Bedouin structures inside "green line" Israel by State Dept. Spokesperson John Kirby on also said it harmed the 2-state solution.

Belgium ID’s Brussels ‘Man in Hat,’ But Warns ‘May Be More Terror Cells’

Mohamed Abrini was arrested Friday; he's the last Brussels terrorist but also was involved in the Paris attacks.

US Deploys B-52 Bombers to Attack ISIS in Syria, Iraq

The U.S. is finally getting serious about fighting ISIS terrorists. It's President Obama's final year in office.

Paris Police Chasing Lone Gunman

It is unclear at this point who the shooter was and what was his or her motive.

Paris Court Fines Jean-Marie Le Pen For Calling Gas Chambers ‘Detail of History’

Paris has become more vigorous in its fight against anti-Semitism and terror in the past few years.

Israel’s 2015 Weapons Sales Reach $5.7 Billion, European Sales Double in 2 Years

This marks an overall increase of about $100 million in 2015 over 2014.

Report: Austrian Anti-Semitic Incidents Doubled

Reported incidents included assaults, racist remarks and Internet postings and threats.

Female Air France Crew Members Can Decline Flights to Tehran

Female staff at Air France can opt out of flight routes to Iran so they won't be forced to wear head scarves.

EU, Gulf States, Building Arab City in Israel’s Area C

"This is a scandal that requires Israel's comptrollers to conduct a deep inspection of the issues."

Air France Female Crew Fights Mandatory Shari’a Dress Code in Tehran

Air France will require female flight crew to comply with Shari'a dress code upon arrival in Tehran. A strike is brewing.

Brussels Airport to Reopen With Symbolic Flights Only

Brussels international airport reopens April 3 with three symbolic flights but still has far to go.

Belgium Charges Third Suspect in French Terror Plot

Belgium charges a third suspect linked to an imminent, foiled French terror plot.

White House Censors French President’s ‘Islamist Terrorism’ Comment [video]

The audio of Hollande saying the words “Islamist terrorism” in French has also been edited.

Report: Germany Spied on Israel’s PM, US, UK, EU, Vatican & OPEC

The German weekly 'Der Spiegel' again outs its country's spy agency for spying. This time Israel was included.

Blast in 6th District of Central Paris, Cause Unknown

First responders evacuated residents in the area of the blast, and ambulances were sent to the site.

Lufthansa Airline Ordered to Pay $1,400 Over Lack of Kosher Food

It took years for the airline passenger to win a small claims lawsuit after the airline forgot his kosher meal.

90-Yr-Old New Yorker Suing Art Dealer for Info on Paintings Stolen by Nazis

Attorney David Toren is hunting for two museum-quality paintings stolen from his family by the Nazis.

Greek President in Jerusalem to Mark 25 Years of Israel-Greece Relations

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem awarded an honorary doctorate to the president of Greece.

Scathing Video Exposes EU llegal Settlements in Judea and Samaria [video]

Prime Minister Netanyahu recently excoriated the European Union over these violations.

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