The Israel Hayom Sunday article is an attempt to blame the Germans for the February faux pas.
Israel's new ambassador to the UK takes a stand on the rising anti-Semitism expressed by some members of Britain's Labour Party.
Despite rumors being published by Der Spiegel, sources say relations are strong between Israel and Berlin.
Two more British Labour politicians are exposed for anti-Semitic comments and activity in Britain, just before London mayoral elections.
British Labour MP Naz Shah has been suspended "pending investigation" over anti-Semitic posts on Facebook, but it's not clear for how long.
A synagogue in central Marseille has been bought by an Islamic organization for $453,0000.
Repeated checks carried out by Russia's consumer rights watchdog have revealed the absence of any desire of the owners to comply with sanitary regulations.
The Romanian parliament is set to ease the way for Holocaust survivors to reclaim their stolen property.
Israel’s UN Ambassador Danny Danon responded saying, “Holding a meeting on this topic completely ignores the reality in the Middle East."
Russia received intelligence from Israel a year ago that Tehran had violated an agreement with Moscow not to pass on advanced Russian-made weaponry to Hezbollah.
Barring voters she doesn't like is still short of marching them to the nearest train station for a one-way trip to Poland.
Another British Labour Party member, this one an MP, has been outed for vicious anti-Zionist and anti-Semitic Facebook posts.
France rejected Israel's offer of advanced counter terrorist tracking technology just after the January 2015 Da'esh-Al Qaeda slaughters.
A French gentile locksmith was beaten to the point of requiring hospitalization because a Paris gang thought they caught a Jew.
In the category of Family Well-Being, Israel is ranked 3rd, behind Australia and Austria.
It's OK if you use non-violent actions against the Zionists, as long as you remember that there's always the violent option.
UK PM David Cameron called British Jewry a national "success story" in this year's Passover message.
In the capital of Nepal, officials and ordinary citizens gathered to remember those who lost their lives in the 2015 earthquake, the worst in 80 years.
Hundreds attended this year's Chabad of Nepal seder in the Himalayas, the highest place on earth, despite no public notice of its whereabouts.
"Who 30 years ago in this country would have pretended to be a rabbi, to say nothing of 70 years ago?"