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Netflix to Edit Demjanjuk Docuseries After Pressure by Polish Government

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said in a letter to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings that the program showed maps that place Nazi concentration camps within the borders of modern-day Poland.

Anti-Semitic German Lawmaker Loses Committee Chair

Brandner was voted out by all the Bundestag factions except his own.

Netanyahu: Europe Sanctions Israel, But Not Iran

Netanyahu said that “while the EU chooses not to join the sanctions on Iran, it imposes economic-diplomatic restrictions on Israel.”

European Court’s Verdict Ordering the Labeling of ‘Settlement’ Products Could Trigger US Sanctions on...

This decision mandates religious discrimination, treating Jewish-owned and Muslim-owned businesses differently even if they operate in the same geographic location.

Psagot Winery Commits to Fighting EU Court’s Anti-Semitic Ruling on Labeling

“Even though the ECJ ruled against us , this is just the beginning of the fight. We are not going to accept a double standard,” said CEO of Psagot Winery Yaakov Berg.

Europe’s Top Court: Israeli Products from Judea and Samaria, Eastern Jerusalem, Golan Heights Must...

International law expert Prof. Eugene Kontorovich added the ECJ’s ruling “is putting a new ‘Yellow Star’ on Jewish-made products."

France Steps in to Help Solve Lebanese Crisis

The World Bank has warned this week that Lebanon's failure to quickly form a government that meets protesters' demands would likely cause an even faster failure of the local economy.

EU Condemns Gaza Rockets – Again – Recommends 2-State Solution

EU's takeaway from the unprovoked attack by Palestinian terrorists on Israeli civilians is that the terrorists must be given their own state.

Iranian Judoka Becomes ‘Recognized Refugee’ in Germany

“Now I can fully concentrate on judo and the preparation for the next IJF events and for the Olympic Games.”

Germany’s Clandestine Police to Combat Far-Right Online Hate Speech

Germany's opposition parties or the most part objected to the legislative initiative because it is too feeble.

Rabbi Steinberg Brings Christians, Muslims, Jews to Vatican to Say No to Assisted Suicide

The person behind the declaration initiative is Rabbi Avraham Steinberg of Israel who proposed the idea to Pope Francis, who in turn entrusted it to the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy for Life.

Ronald Lauder Awards Chancellor Angela Merkel a Herzl

"I regard this award that carries the name of Theodor Herzl as an obligation never to be content with what has been achieved but to continue striving toward a better future,"Merkel said.

Belgium’s First Female and Jewish Prime Minister

In recent years, Belgium has seen an increase in anti-Semitism and even physical attacks on Jews.

Disguised as Agricultural Work, French Pro-BDS Org also Supports Terrorism

Association France Palestine Solidarite (AFPS) helps fund the activities of an organization managed by PFLP terrorists.

EU to Grant Johnson Three Months’ Delay on Brexit

Prime Minister Johnson on Monday plans to call for a December 12 election, a move that requires the support of two-thirds of parliament.

Israel Welcomes Ukraine’s Decision to Open Diplomatic Office in Jerusalem

Ukraine is the latest country to establish a diplomatic presence in Israel’s capital.

Free Democratic Party Proves Germans Just Don’t Have a Sense of Humor

Alas, the second spelling correction in the video changes "Sieg Hail” to the correct, Nazi-approved "Sieg Heil."

Anti-Israel Boycott Org in Spain Suffers Legal Defeat

The Lawfare Project, a human rights group that defends the rights of the Jewish people and the pro-Israel community around the world, won a major legal victory against the anti-Israel boycott movement in Spain.

Survey: More than 25% of Germans Are Anti-Semites

About 41% of respondents said they agreed with the statements "Jews talk about the Holocaust too much," and "Jews are more loyal to Israel than to Germany."

Arabic Threats Scrawled on Archaeological Museum in Southern France

The museum includes a medieval church, a department of underwater archaeology and prehistory.

Vatican Official Denies Church Going Bankrupt

The book states that following the global rash of sexual abuse lawsuits, donations to the Vatican have dropped to $56.9 million in 2018, compared with $112.7 million in 2006.

Israel Thanks Czech Republic for ‘Important’ Anti-Boycott Resolution

The Czech Chamber of Deputies on Tuesday passed a resolution strongly condemning all manifestations of anti-Semitism, including against the State of Israel, and condemning any call for boycotting the Jewish state.

5,000 Attend Concert Commemorating Halle Yom Kippur Victims

The concert was organized by city government and several media companies, and aimed to send a "strong message against anti-Semitism, xenophobia, and right-wing extremism."

Survey: 59% of German Voters See Anti-Semitism Rising

Only 35% of respondents said they had seen no increase in anti-Semitism across Germany – compared with last year's 51% who saw no evil.

UK, EU, Reach Brexit Deal

Should Johnson's Brexit deal not receive Parliament's approval, it would likely lead eventually to a general election.

Nazi Camp Guard, 93, Faces 5,230 Accessory-to-Murder Counts in Hamburg

Prosecutors say he was a "cog" in Nazi Germany's "murderous machinery."

Rivlin Meets Polish Veterans, Righteous Among the Nations

Janina Rosciszewska met earlier this week Pavel (Pinchas) Wagner, who had been saved as a child during the Holocaust, thanks to her family.

Revolutionary Guards Lure, Arrest, Paris-Based Anti-Regime Activist

According to Mehr News, Amad News is now under the IRGC's control.

Report: Neither of Halle Synagogue Shooter’s Victims Were Jewish

Jana Lange was killed when she reprimanded the shooter outside the synagogue, asking him: "Is that really necessary while I'm walking past here?"

German Minister: Anti-Semitism Certainly One of Shooter’s Motives

185 Olim arrived from Germany in 2018. On the other hand, an estimated 20,000 Israelis have settled in Germany.

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