Israel Recognizes 6 Slovaks as ‘Righteous Among the Nations’

The Israeli Embassy there held a ceremony honoring Slovakian Righteous Among the Nations. It awarded six coins and certificates to six families who risked their lives saving persecuted Jews during the Holocaust.

Romania, Israel Ink Agreement for Compensation to Holocaust Survivors

During World War II, between 280,000 and 380,000 Jews were murdered by the Nazis and their Romanian collaborators, according to the Romanian government.

Moldova Eyes Attacks on Breakaway Transnistria

Transnistria is strategically located along Moldova’s northeastern border.

2 Yamina MKs Play Hooky in Moldova, Away from Bennett’s Watchful Eye

Bennett didn’t explain how he plans to fix the coalition gaps with at least 2 MKs from his faction having gone AWOL. Should be very educational.

Orbán’s Election Victory Highlights Shift Among Hungarian Jews

The Jewish community of 100,000 or so has been divided on the prime minister largely across religious-political lines, even though they agree that anti-Semitism has not really been an issue.

IDF to End Holocaust Delegations to Poland, Chooses Lithuania Instead

The move has stunned many inside and outside the IDF, both due to the unilateral nature of the decision and due to the choice of alternative destination.

Relatives of Lithuanians Killed in 1991 Soviet Crackdown Sue Gorbachev over War Crimes

So far, the Putin administration has refused Lithuania's request to question Gorbachev regarding his role in the events of January 13, 1991.

Romanian Parliament Votes to Make Jewish & Holocaust Studies Mandatory

The Ellie Wiesel Institute reported 27 anti-Semitic in Romania in 2020 alone.

Czech President Milos Zeman ‘Unable to Carry Out Duties, Prognosis Uncertain’

The newly elected speaker of the lower house will name the new prime minister after the first meeting of the new house on Nov. 8 if Zeman is incapacitated.

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The new system is intended to replace the country’s outdated Soviet-designed 2K12 Kub surface-to-air missile systems.

Pope Laments Anti-Semitism in Meeting with Slovakia’s Jews

“In a frenzy of hatred, during the Second World War more than a hundred thousand Slovak Jews were killed."

On Eve of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, Catholic Journalist Atones for the Sins...

"Jonas Noreika received the Cross of the Vytis, the highest honor a Lithuanian could receive posthumously."

Remains of Vilna’s Great Synagogue Torah Ark Excavated after Nazi Destruction

A few years ago, Dr. Jon Seligman's visit to Vilna as part of a roots trip sparked the idea of digging up what was left of the compound and the synagogue.

Trifecta: Convicted Terrorist Builds Illegal Structures in Gush Etzion with EU Money

The European Union's funding of illegal Arab construction in Area C of Judea and Samaria is a path to establishing a de facto Palestinian state.

Israeli-German Team Unveils Some Countries’ Under-Reported Corona Deaths

“Our results present a comprehensive picture of the impact of COVID-19.”

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."

Jews Lose: Unanimous US Supreme Court Sides with Germany on Nazi-Looted Art

Chief Justice Roberts warned that a broad reading of the exception in the law could invite lawsuits against the United States in foreign courts.

Lithuanian MP Who Said Jews Shared Responsibility for Holocaust Quits Freedom Commission

Clearly, this faux pas has allowed us a glimpse into the mind of a modern-day Lithuanian anti-Semitic politician.

Albania Academy of Sciences Adopts IHRA’s Definition of Anti-Semitism

The Academy of Science will issue its own statement on the adoption of the IHRA working definition on January 26.

Albania to Host First-Ever Balkan Forum Against Anti-Semitism

The Albanian parliament last week unanimously endorsed the IHRA definition of Anti-Semitism, which includes attacks on Zionism.

Serbs: Israel Recognizing Kosovo Is Like Serbia Recognizing ‘Palestine’

The parallels to Israel's international troubles with the Palestinian Authority are glaring, naturally, and the Serbs, who consider themselves old friends of Israel and the Jews, feel betrayed by Israel.

Smotrich, Bennett’s Aide, Help Israeli Citizen Bring Home His Child on Flight from Virus-Plagued...

About half an hour prior to takeoff, the child's mother was told by the Belavia Belarusian Airlines officials that the boy would not be allowed to board.

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.

Excavation of Destroyed Great Synagogue of Vilna Reveals 18th Century Treasures

This year's excavation uncovered large sections of the bimah, which was originally two stories tall, and was built in the 18th century with a donation from the rich and well-connected Yesod (Yehudah Safra ve-Dayana).

Russian Report Exposes Nazi Glorification in Baltic States, Ignores Decades of Soviet Brutality

"Inside the European Union there are states and territories where glorification of Nazi collaborators and the Nazis is part of the state agenda."

Romania ‘Remains Committed to Relocating Embassy to Jerusalem’

“I stand behind what I said in the past. There is no change in policy,” said Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă.

Bosnia and Herzegovina to Address Holocaust Restitution to Enter European Union

"This . . . is a powerful call for long-awaited legislation in Bosnia to provide justice for Holocaust survivors and their families, and to the Jewish community and other religious communities."

Netanyahu Congratulates Hungarian Prime Minister on Diplomatic Trade Rep in Jerusalem

"I have to commend you for taking on the effort, and your foreign minister, for confronting the lies that are put forward against Israel in places like the Human Rights Committee in EU forums and elsewhere."

Netanyahu Welcomes Czech Prime Minister on First Visit to Israel, Sees ‘Ample Room for...

The Czech Republic is seeking Israel's help in medical cannabis treatment, "which is very important. . . because you are also a leader in this field."


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