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Zapomniane Foundation Exorcising Poland of Its Haunting Unmarked Jewish Victims

"There are hundreds or even thousands of forgotten, not commemorated graves of the Holocaust victims in Polish cities and villages."

Poland Donates Spare COVID-19 vaccines to Iran, Egypt, Ukraine

Poland did not charge Iran for the vaccines in consideration of its economic hardship.

Israeli Defense Company to Place Fire-Control Systems on Display in Paris

Smash Hopper, the remote-controlled weapon station, provides a “one-shot—one-hit capability while remotely controlled by an operator from a safe distance.”

EU, Germany Launch Program to ‘Maintain Palestinian Identity’ of Jerusalem Through Tourism

EU representative: "For us, East Jerusalem is part of the occupied Palestinian territory."

Jewish State Dept. Envoy: Ukraine Serious about Fighting Anti-Semitism

The Ukrainian news agency boasted that Germain assured them that anti-Semitism was not a huge problem in Ukraine.

When Naftali Met Angela: German Chancellor’s Farewell Visit to the Jewish State

"I consider it a great pleasure and great honor to be able to visit Israel once again at the end of my term in office and to get to know the new Israeli prime minister."

Germany’s Merkel Arrives in Israel for ‘Farewell Visit’

Chancellor Merkel has repeatedly called the security of the State of Israel is a “crucial priority” of the German government.

Spain Seeks Descendants of Hungarian Jews Saved from Nazis by Diplomat

Yad Vashem recognized Angel Sanz-Briz as a Righteous Among the Nations in 1966 for saving approximately 5,200 Jews from the Nazis.

German Government Allots Another $767 Million for Holocaust Survivors

“Every year these negotiations become more and more critical; as this last generation of survivors age, their needs increase,” said Gideon Taylor, president of the Claims Conference.

KKL-JNF Ukraine Established at Special Event in Kiev

Israeli President Isaac Herzog noted that the Odessa Committee began purchasing land in Israel before the establishment of the state.

Estonian Military to Receive IAI-Made Blue Spear Anti-Ship Missiles

It’s part of an agreement for developing and bolstering Estonian coastal defense capabilities.

Concentration-Camp Guard to Stand Trial for 3,518 Murders Between 1942 and 1945

The 100-year-old man was allegedly complicit in executions done by firing squads and poisonous gas.

Singer Esther Ofarim’s Son Refused Service in Leipzig for Wearing Star of David Necklace

"What's going on? Why is everyone else being called up ahead of me?" Ofarim asked the desk clerk.

Ultimate Chutzpa: Holocaust Denial Graffiti Discovered in Auschwitz

The spray-painted messages included slogans denying the Holocaust in English and German.

President Herzog in Ukraine to Mark 80th Anniversary of Babi Yar Massacre

“Most importantly, we shall remember and never forget the terrible massacre at Babi Yar."

Czech Republic Inks $627M Deal for Rafael Surface-to-Air Missile Systems

The new system is intended to replace the country’s outdated Soviet-designed 2K12 Kub surface-to-air missile systems.

Hebrew U Physicist Elected President of CERN Council

Professor Rabinovici’s main field of research is theoretical high-energy physics, in particular quantum field theory and string theory.

In Landmark Decision, Madrid Assembly Officially Adopts IHRA Definition of Antisemitism

The Assembly also demands that the national parliament adopt legislation to exclude any possible grant and public aid to entities that promote Antisemitism according to the IHRA Definition.

Russia Bans the Church of Scientology

Russia's battle against Scientology has intensified as Russia's relations with the West have soured over the past decade.

Ukraine Passes Legislation Effectively Outlawing Anti-Semitism

The new law defines anti-Semitism as hatred of Jews, including attacks, false or hateful statements and denying the mass extermination of Ukrainian Jewry during the Holocaust.

Ukraine Bans, Criminalizes Anti-Semitism

Under the legislation, victims of anti-Semitic attacks may claim compensation from their attackers for material and/or moral damage.

Israel Loses Final Game of European Baseball Championship

In the sixth inning, Assaf Levemart's home run also brought Wanger home and Israel was ahead 4-1.

Shomron Leader Calls to Stop Arab ‘Occupation’ of Area C After Germany Pledges €100...

The “real story” with these EU-funded projects is that they are part of the Fayyad Plan activity to take over Area C.

EU Resolution Condemns Iran and Hezbollah for Lebanon’s Economic, Political Morass

It threatens targeted sanctions on Lebanon for “obstructing and undermining the democratic political process.”

Germany, Palestinian Authority Sign $117 Million Cooperation Agreement

The donation will finance “sustainable economic development in [Palestine] over the next two years,” according to P.A. Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh.

Warsaw’s Jewish Community Buries Remains Found of Unidentified Holocaust Victim

The human bones were found in a basement, thought to have resulted from a Jew hiding from German forces that destroyed the area during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in 1943.

German Police Foil Plot to Attack Synagogue on Yom Kippur

Among those arrested in the plot was a 16-year-old Syrian teenager.

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