The EU are frustrated Prime Minister Netanyahu, whom they see as the main obstacle to their two-state vision.
Security around both of Luxembourg's synagogues will be increased and antisemitic intentions will be considered aggravating factors in criminal cases.
The European Commission is threatening to sue unless Israel comes up with the money.
The Netherlands, France, Spain, Portugal, and Denmark own colonies overseas, some of which would rather be independent.
Knesset About to Vote on Istanbul Convention Trojan Horse that Undermines Israel’s Immigration Policies
Just look at South Tel Aviv today, mired in thousands of illegal aliens, and multiply the number of destitute foreigners.
"We will work together to ensure that the lessons of the Holocaust and the sacred vow of ‘Never Again’ are passed down to our children."
Fine, we understand, you want Jews to stay, but what if these Jews want to eat a kosher burger?
Powerless Crown Prince of Defunct Kingdom Sends Chanukah Greetings to Post-Holocaust Jewish Remnants
This is so sad, but wait, there's even more "complicated" stuff.
Invasive fungal infections of the internal organs or bloodstream can have a high level of mortality (up to 50%), are often difficult to treat, and cause at least 1.6 million deaths per year.
"It’s our parade, our humor; people can do whatever they want. It’s a weekend of freedom of speech.”
And lest some pesky, pro-Israel European Jew try to join the junket and offer his or her unique view, contestants must submit, in addition to their resume and portfolio, a "motivation letterץ"
"This is a blatant and unacceptable intervention in Israel's internal affairs and its sovereign decisions."
Since 2009, offshore oil and gas fields in the Mediterranean have been the subject of territorial disputes between Turkey on one side and Greece, Cyprus and Israel on the other.
Over the past two years, the PA has created, out of thin air, an “historic” village – which just happens to be located on a strategic point adjacent to the Jerusalem-Hebron highway.
official figures showing that the number of attacks against Jews in Germany increased 10% in one year, from 1,504 in 2017 to 1,646 in 2018. The number of reported violent cases against Jews rose from 37 to 62 over the same period.
The decision can be appealed to the European Court of Justice.
The desalination plant is expected provide water to more than two million Gazans when construction is complete.
Regavim report exposes EU supported silent and systematic illegal seizure of land under Israeli jurisdiction.
Farmers outside Idaho have tended to oppose DST.
During the hearing, the squatters' attorneys made it clear that their clients were not willing to move too far from the current location of their shantytown, at most "a hundred or two hundred meters."
In the case of Khan al Ahmar, the High Court has displayed a disturbing "flexibility," extending a legal process which, by the Court's own admission, has been plagued by intolerable stalling.
“For four years, Hamas has withheld the bodies of Israeli soldiers and denied their families any information about their situation in violation of international law."
The agreement was brought to a vote at the Europol headquarters and was unanimously approved by 28 representatives of the member states.
Yesh Din is working in partnership with Breaking the Silence and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-I).
More than a dozen NGOs that promote anti-Israel boycotts have received some 5 million euros annually in European Union funding. In addition, an estimated several million more euros were channeled to boycott-promoting NGOs through third parties that receive E.U. assistance.
NGO Ir Amim received $3 million from European donors between 2012-2017, and $1.8 million from the NIF between 2008-2016.
The High Court ruled that the demolition orders issued against the outpost's structures would not be implemented for the time being, provided there would be no further construction in the compound.
Protesters held up banners in Hebrew and Polish reading ‘No law can change history’ and ‘Poles, we remember what you did.’
The film explores the Jew hatred in Europe today, showing the relationship between anti-Semitism and Israel bashing in the media.
EJA head Rabbi Margolin: “There is no doubt that this is an anti-Jewish decision that is blatantly anti-Semitic."