Ukraine PM Honors Ukrainians Who Saved Jews during the Holocaust

33,771 Jewish victims were shot at Babyn Yar by the Nazis and their Ukrainian minions during just two days, September 29 and 30, 1941.

Ukraine and Israel Agree to Continue Consultations on Vaccination Passports

The two sides compared notes in preparation for the celebration of Rosh Hashanah in Uman, Ukraine, in September.

Matching Half of Roman-Era Oil Lamp Unearthed in Jerusalem Possibly Found in Budapest

“It is likely that the two halves of the lamps were created in the same artisan house and may even have served as a pair to one complete piece,” says Hungarian archaeologist Gabor Lassanyi.

German Anti-Semitism Czar Wants Ban on Yellow Stars of David in Corona Vaccine Protests

The city of Munich, which had banned wearing a yellow star as a condition in dispensing rally permits.

Exposed: PFLP Diverted Humanitarian Funds from Europe to Finance Terrorism

The PFLP deceived the European aid organizations by reporting fictitious projects, submitting false documents, falsifying and inflating invoices, falsifying documents and stamps of banks, and reporting inflated salaries.

185 Israeli Scientists, Intellectuals, Israel Prize Laureates, Tell Hague ICC: Don’t Trust Our Government

"We wish to express at this early stage our deepest suspicion, based on past experience, that the State of Israel."

Swiss Diplomat Found Dead in Iran

"The cause of her fall has yet to be determined."

European Jewry Warns Far-Right Extremism Rising in Germany

"Far-right and neo-Nazi ideology is no longer on the fringes but is growing, and it is not remaining behind screens but is manifesting itself in violence and bloodshed."

Ousted Human Rights Chief Warns Poland Becoming ‘Undemocratic’

Bodnar said that the powers that be in Poland are "trying to incapacitate or take over additional power mechanisms one by one."

In Historical First, European Parliament Condemns UNRWA for Incitement in Teaching Materials

An IMPACT-se report showed that PA school textbooks have “consistently shown a systematic insertion of violence, martyrdom and jihad across all grades and subjects.”

Azerbaijan Decides to Open Tourism, Trade Offices in Israel

"I believe these are important steps towards the opening of an Embassy of Azerbaijan in Israel."

Anti-Semitic Crimes in Austria Up 6.4% in 2020

Last November, the Jewish Community of Vienna started a public awareness campaign which may have raised the number of reported incidents.

Rafael in Process of Acquiring Bankrupt German Drone Manufacturer

Rafael states on its website that it views UAVs as key components in the modern battlefield.

Abbas Cancels Legislative Election Denying Hamas Easy Victory, Pins Blame on Israel

Of course, Israel could call Abass' bluff by designating voting stations for eastern Jerusalem residents who possess PA ID cards.

Tens of Thousands Rally in Paris Demanding Justice for Sarah Halimi

A French court ruled the Muslim murderer could not be prosecuted because he had been high on marijuana.

French Jews plan Mass Rally in Paris to Demand Justice for Sarah Halimi

A simultaneous rally will be held in London near the French embassy.

Spanish Local Elections Feature Far-Left Anti-Semitic Pro-Arab Contenders

The Unidas Podemos and Más Madrid parties, as well as presidential candidate Pablo Iglesias, have a history of anti-Jewish, anti-Israel action and rhetoric.

Christian Democrats Pick Anti-BDS Armin Laschet to Succeed Chancellor Merkel

In August 2018, Laschet refused to attend the Ruhrtriennale arts and music festival in his home state because it had not denounced its advocacy of the BDS.

Spanish Org Launches “Vote in Conscience” Campaign Against Antisemitic Parties and Presidential Candidate in...

ACOM is calling on voters from Madrid to voice their opposition to anti-Semitic far-Left parties such as Unidas Podemos and Mas Madrid, and presidential candidate Pablo Iglesias, through the ballot box.

Macron Asks for Change in Law after French Court Won’t Prosecute Halimi’s Killer

Lawyers representing the family of 65-year-old Sarah Halimi said they plan on referring the case to the European Court of Human Rights.

Poles to Mark 78th Anniversary of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising with Sirens, Daffodils

"This is how we want to commemorate the Heroes and draw the attention of residents to this event."

Greece Signs $1.65 Billion Military Purchase Deal with Israel

The deal includes the establishment and operation by Elbit Systems of an international flight training center for the Hellenic Air Force, over a period of 22 years.

US Report: Nearly a Dozen European Countries are Failing to Meet Anti-Semitism Challenges

Avoiding this designation was Norway, which has a comprehensive national plan to combat the scourge, as well as sufficient funds for security measures to protect the Jewish community.

Biden Administration Cites Russia’s ‘Extraordinary Threat to National Security’

"We will defend our national interests and impose costs for Russian Government actions that seek to harm us.”

Russia Announces Closure of Kerch Strait, Blocks 2 Ukrainian Ports

“At least 5 FSB boats carried out coordinated provocative maneuvers against our 3 MBAKs."

Roman Catholic Priest to Head Scientific Council of Babi Yar Center

It was the largest mass killing under the auspices of the Nazi regime and its collaborators during the 1941 campaign against the Soviet Union.

PA, EU, Establish Illegal School inside Israel’s Jordan Valley Nature Preserve

"Once these illegal schools are completed, they create a win-win public relations headache which the Civil Administration hasn’t learned to contend with."

Anti-Semitism in the 2020 Pandemic: Less Violence, More Desecration, Intense Online Jew Hatred

The advent of the vaccines, coupled with Israel's vast vaccination campaign, assisted by Israelis and Jews who hold prominent positions in vaccine-making companies, reinforced the anti-Semitic responses.

US, Iran Deal to Drop Sanctions May Prove Unattainable

Simply put, to remove all the sanctions, the Biden administration would have to reverse the terrorist designation of Iran which date back to the Carter administration.

Ukraine Once Again Ready to Host Chassidic Pilgrims in Uman: Ambassador

Ambassador Korniychuk stressed that the Ukrainian side is ready to provide full assistance in organizing the current Chassidic pilgrimage."


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