Paris Memorial Vandalized on Anniversary of Roundup of City’s Jews

On October 12, 2000, just before Sukkot, Vadim Nurzhitz and Yossi Avrahami were stopped at a Palestinian Authority roadblock and detained by PA policemen...

Greta Abandons Fight for Planet’s Future to Join Hamas Protests

Planet Earth’s savior Greta Thunberg, 21, diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, OCD, and selective mutism, is no longer into saving the planet, she now wants...

European Jewry Fears for Jewish University Students Across the Continent

Freedom of speech on Europe’s university campuses is a misnomer “if it champions violence and intimidation of Jewish students.”

Bnai Brith Portugal Remembers the Nun Who Recited Kaddish for a Jewish Man

“We dare not ignore the growth of discrimination against Jews . . . antisemitism is a good barometer for the sickness of our societies."

Thousands March in Hamburg to Establish German Caliphate

Elon Musk tweeted on Saturday, “Surely demanding overthrow of the government in Germany is illegal?”

Adidas Eliminates Number 44 from Germany’s Soccer Jerseys – Looks too SS-Like

In Germany, the public exhibition and distribution of the SS symbol are prohibited and can result in criminal charges.

Romanian Parliament Declares Israel’s Independence Day a National Holiday

“It is often said that true friendship is shown in the most difficult of times. More than ever now is the time for such a symbol."

Berlin Film Festival Caught Up in Conflicts over Gaza War

The event, known for its staunch support of Iran's struggling directors, has called upon Tehran to permit the attendance of two filmmakers subjected to a travel restriction.

EU Pushing Unilateral Plan to Create Palestinian State while Punishing Israel for Opposing It

The EU are frustrated Prime Minister Netanyahu, whom they see as the main obstacle to their two-state vision.

Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt & Europe’s Jewish Communities, Receive the 2024 Charlemagne Prize

In March 2022, Rabbi Goldschmidt and his wife left Russia for Hungary after they refused to publicly support the invasion.

Local Leader Calls Attackers of Breslau’s Synagogue ‘Antisemitic Rabble’

"Unfortunately, the antisemitic rabble has raised its head again in Breslau."

Anti-Islam Pro-Israel Freedom Party Wins Dutch Elections, Faces Difficulty Forging Coalition

Geert Wilders’ is yet another victory for the right in western Europe, complementing the rising right in eastern Europe and Germany.

It’s Getting Tougher to Be an Antisemite in Luxembourg

Security around both of Luxembourg's synagogues will be increased and antisemitic intentions will be considered aggravating factors in criminal cases.

Canada’s House Speaker Apologizes for Praising Zelenskyy’s Nazi Companion

Speaker Anthony Rota pointed to the very elderly Hunka, urging the House to give him, too, a standing ovation.

UNESCO Names Massacre Area of 3,000 Jews in Erfurt a World Heritage Site

The Old Synagogue was used as a storehouse and then a restaurant and dance hall.

Report: Bavaria’s Deputy PM Had a Hitler Thing in High School

The Germans were voted the world’s “least funny nationality.”

Poland to Celebrate New Holiday on September 10: National Day of Polish Children of...

In December 1942, a camp for Polish children and youth was established in a separate area within the confines of the Lodz ghetto.

EU Demanding Compensation for Demolished Structure They Built Illegally

The European Commission is threatening to sue unless Israel comes up with the money.

Gaza Strip Young Man Dies Defending Mother Russia Against Ukraine

Rami al-Farra died "in Russia during a missile attack."

Hiding in Belarus, Prigozhin Still Not Safe from Putin’s Long Arm

“Putin has imprisoned and assassinated people for far less than what Prigozhin has done to him."

Nazi Soldiers’ Skulls Emerge in Drained Ukrainian Reservoir

Videos from the emptied reservoir have gone viral on social media, featuring skulls with helmets peeking out of the reservoir mud.

Barcelona Mayor Who Severed Twin-City Ties with Tel Aviv to Clean Floors (Or Sell...

The winner, Xavier Trias, 77, a conservative, was unseated by Colau in 2015. Now he’s back.

Zhytomyr Orphans Escape from Rocket Shelled Ashkelon

100 Ukrainian orphans living in Israel escaped the terror of war for the second time.

Celebrating Economic Prowess, Netanyahu Inaugurates World’s 8th Largest Retailer’s 50 Israeli Branches

One of the new Carrefour branches is being launched in Beit Shemesh, a city with 70% Haredim.

Israeli Researchers Support Professor Who Declared Poles Falsify Holocaust History

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said, “What happened yesterday in the TVN program was a grand obliteration of the truth."

German Tourists Mistaken for Jews Attacked in Shechem

They drove into Shechem with a rental car from Tel Aviv

Leftist Hooligans Storm Aliyah Event in Paris

Hani Zubida from Reichman University gloated at the attack.

Jewish Man Discovers his Mom’s Home in Krakow Starred on ‘Schindler’s List’

The courtyard of the house at 12 Jozefa was called, "the most beautiful courtyard in Kazimierz."

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