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What ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Means to Me

Ari Fuld's hosts told him of Jews who were beaten up for wearing their Kipa. They told him to at least consider tucking in his Tzizit...

Alitalia Pays Out $6,500 to Israelis Stuck in Rome Without Diapers

'Is it conceivable that every time a passenger in Israel needs to contact the defendant to clarify details regarding his or her flight, or customer service, they can only do so by emailing an overseas representative?' Estreicher wrote, wondering if such correspondence was expected to be conducted in Italian.

Anne Frank Museum Launches Bot for Facebook Messenger

With more than 1 billion users monthly, Messenger is one of the most used mobile platforms globally, and gives the Anne Frank House an opportunity to engage with people around the world in a very personal way.

Dutch Researcher Doubts Anne Frank Was Turned In

More was going on in the building than just Jews being hidden there, and the authorities may have raided 263 Prinsengracht for other reasons.

Happy 100th Birthday, Mr. Issur Danielovitch, We Loved You in ‘Cast a Giant Shadow’

All his children were born to non-Jewish mothers, but Douglas insists they were "aware culturally" of his "deep convictions," and he never tried to influence their own religious decisions.

Amsterdam Police Foil Jihadist Attack on Synagogue While Dutch Lawmakers Hope to Reduce Security...

Amsterdam police and the counterterror unit uncovered a jihadist plot to attack a synagogue and arrested the wannabe terrorists.

Rabbi Berland in Court: I Deserve Burning and Stoning for my Sins

The leader of the Shuvu Banim (Return boys) movement, Rabbi Eliezer Berland, confessed to indecent assault and was sentenced to 18 months in prison, part of which he has already served since his arrest.

Orthodox Rabbi Teaching Halakha Beyond the Shulkhan Arukh, Judaism Beyond the Commandments

"I'm sure that if Maimonides, or Rabbi Yosef Karo lived today, they would say: We never wrote our codifications for a time when the State of Israel would be established."

Anne Frank’s Book of Fairytales Auctioned for $62,500

According to a spokesman for the auction house, the auction included half a dozen potential buyers and lasted a minute.

El Al Accident in Amsterdam Due to Fog, Tow Truck Driver

The passengers were forced to spend the Sabbath at hotels in Amsterdam.

El Al Delays Flight to Rule Out Terror at Amsterdam Airport

An El Al flight from Amsterdam to Tel Aviv was delayed with other airlines Thursday due to a suspicious vehicle on the tarmac.

MK Hanin Zoabi Keynote Speaker at Kristallnacht Commemoration

It's not difficult to imagine what Zoabi is going to say....

Dutch Jews Reject Plan for Syrian Refugee Shelter, Citing Anti-Semitism

The Dutch Central Jewish Board is concerned that there will be unpleasant, if not dangerous incidents because of the close proximity of the new shelter to Jewish home.

Dutch Leftists Spare Tel Aviv from ‘Twinning’ with Amsterdam

Israel now is spared from Tel Aviv's image becoming even more liberal, or immoral, depending on your point of view.

Dutch Community Rediscovers Forgotten Mikvahs

A Dutch Jewish organization rediscovered two ancient ritual baths that had been forgotten after the Holocaust.

New Anne Frank Theater to Open in Amsterdam

A new theater dedicated to the story of Anne Frank is slated to open in the Dutch capital ahead of the 70th anniversary of...

Germany to Pay Amsterdam Jews for ‘Voluntary’ Ghetto Labor

More than 1,000 people have applied for new compensation of a one-time payment of $2,700 from Germany for labor performed in Amsterdam’s Jewish ghetto...

Amsterdam Falafel Joint Takes Israelis for a Non-Kosher Ride

By the time they end up at Baba’s Grillroom in central Amsterdam, Israeli tourists tend to be somewhat distracted. Situated near the famous Rembrandt Square,...

‘Most People Don’t Lie, and Liars Confess,’ Says Ben Gurion Study

A recent survey conducted by researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and the University of Amsterdam found that most people tend to avoid...

Anne Frank Sapling Cut Down, Stolen in Germany

A sapling that came from the tree that stood outside the hiding place of Anne Frank in Amsterdam was cut down and stolen in...

Dutch Christians’ Mega-Menorah Helps Jews Come Out of their Shell

Nearly 70 years after the Holocaust, some European Jew still are afraid to be confident enough to be Jewish in public. Christina Zionists are trying to help them, buy aliyah to Israel would be a lot easier.

Holland Hebrew Bookstore Ex-Owners Move to Israel, Close Up Shop

One of Western Europe’s largest Hebrew bookstores has closed down in Amsterdam as its former owners prepare to move to Israel. The Samech bookstore has...

Anti-Zionist Rabbi Blames Israel for Attack by Muslim

A car almost hits a rabbi in Amsterdam. He is furious at the driver, a Muslim, who then attacks the man, a rabbi. Who is at fault? Israel. Why? Well, the rabbi, a former Israeli, is an anti-Zionist.

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