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Govt. Report: Mogherini May Claim She Opposes BDS, But EU Keeps Pumping the Funds

Two of the most prominent Israel-boycott organizations, Al-Haq and Al-Mezan, were awarded a multiyear grant of more than $852 thousand by the EU starting in 2018.

Italian Senator Apologizes, Not Really Forgiven, for ‘Elders of Zion’ Tweet

Special thanks to Google Translate for your fine Italian to English translation, without which writing this article would have been impossible.

Bulgarian Synagogue Targeted in Stoning Attack

“Jews in Bulgaria are proud members of society, and their security must be of utmost importance and concern."

Israeli Company Looking to Conquer European Hummus Market

Quality hummus tastes close to sour cream, and after you've eaten a lot of it, you'll still crave more. Factory hummus, by definition, is stale, sour, and mealy. It can't be helped.

German Jewish History Award Goes to Albert Speer’s Daughter

Schramm had a lengthy correspondence with her father while he was in Spandau Prison, from which he was released in October 1966.

Netanyahu: ‘No Country Should Stand Aside While Its Destruction is Being Planned or Advanced’

"The most potent force of militant Islam is the Iranian regime. It is devouring one nation after the other."

Airbnb Delisting in Georgia Confirms Selective Bias Against Jews

Eugene Kontorovich: Airbnb has become "silent partners" with the Palestinian Authority's "judenrein policy."

Week 10: French Yellow Vest Protesters Target Napoleon’s Tomb

Hundreds of riot police were attacked on the streets by the protesters.

Standoff Ends Between Hamas and Italian Diplomats Accused of Spying for Israel

Hamas suspected the four armed diplomats were Israeli spies. It went downhill from there.

Gdansk Mayor Pwel Adamowicz Stabbed During Appearance

Last year the mayor denounced the vandalism when the windows of the city’s synagogue were broken in an anti-Semitic attack.

Iran Irate over Poles Hosting Meeting on Its ‘Destabilizing Influence’

The meeting will "bring together dozens of countries from Asia, Africa, Western Hemisphere countries, Europe and the Middle East of.

France Joins US, Warns Iran to Immediately Stop Work on Ballistic Missiles

"France recalls that the Iranian missile program is not conformity with UN Security Council Resolution 2231."

European Union Funds Unprecedented Mapping Process of Jewish Cemeteries in Eastern Europe

Since its foundation in 2015, the ESJF has rescued and protected over 120 Jewish cemeteries in seven Central and Eastern European countries.

Israel Applauds EU for Imposing Sanctions Against Iranian Intel Unit

This is the first time the world body has imposed sanctions on Iran since lifting penalties three years ago, following the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.

Slovenia Donates EUR 500K to Build Gaza Desalination Plant

The desalination plant is expected provide water to more than two million Gazans when construction is complete.

Israeli, Polish, Interest in Visiting Auschwitz Down 20%

Numerous groups of organized youth explored the camps' history as part of study visits in 2018.

Belgium to Ban Shechita in 2019

This means there will be no kosher meat available to observant Jews in Flanders, home to Antwerp.

Swine Flu Strikes Israeli Jewish Community in Uman

"We are managing here on a day-by-day basis, even with a number of very difficult cases, even a few fatalities, God forbid,... with first aid kits."

Netanya Hi-Tech Company Raised $500,000 to Solve Irish Cow Pollution

The CropX recommendations will allow the dispersion of manure in optimal locations to improve grassland growth and reduce pollution.

Watch: Belgian Soccer Fans Sing ‘Our Parents Burned Jews’

"It would take law enforcement agencies to make things happen, it's their duty, we should be able to punish these fans, and I believe punishing one fan could educate 100."

European Court of Auditors: EU ‘Not Sufficiently Transparent’ on Funds to NGOs

The report follows last week’s announcement that the European Commission was halting funds for the UK-based Islamic Human Rights Commission over its links to Iran.

Young Woman Attacked in Heavily Jewish Paris Suburb

The two unidentified men ripped her cellphone out of her hands and punched her in the face, asking “Are you afraid, you Jewess?”

Belgium’s Prime Minister Charles Michel Resigns

During a visit to Israel in 2017, Michel met with the leaders of the anti-Israel far-left organizations, Breaking the Silence and B'Tselem.

EU Court Rejects Hamas Appeal, Endorses Assets Freeze

The EU labeled Hamas a terrorist organization shortly after 9/11.

Strasbourg Terrorist Suspect Shot and Killed in France

Five people are currently in custody in connection with the attack, according to the Paris prosecutor's office.

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