German party lifts requirement for Muslim students to visit concentration camps
The decision was made even after anti-Semitism has become rampant among young German muslims.
Catholic school in Hungary makes Holocaust ed compulsory
With help from Tel Aviv University, Pazmany Peter Catholic University compiles course material required for all students
Egyptian court says not authorized to label Israel terrorist state
The court has no legal authority to consider such a lawsuit.
Israir jet held in Lisbon over outstanding debt
CEO calls move by Portuguese EuroAtlantic Airways drastic, since dispute over seven-year-old damages is still in courts
Barkat says Jerusalem to add security cameras around capital
The remark came in response to a request from Jerusalem journalist Haim Shibi that Barkat use his influence to stop police from impeding photojournalists
Brussels remembers Jewish Museum victims one year on
The crowd brought flowers and lit candles in memory of the victims
Spiritual mentor Ishaya Gisser discusses working with people, the unceasing search for answers and the relations between religions.
Residents suffer from a lack of food and medicine, and remain under military curfew
Until the children of Ukrainian politicians and generals go to the frontline themselves, the state’s attitude to the situation will not change
The Ukrainian scholar discusses the lessons of the history of the last century, and the present political situation in the country
The ethnicity of Doctor Dukhovsky as a tool for manipulation
Case Ukraine economist on the Israeli stabilization plan of 1985
A special forces commander of the Israel Defense Army anonymously talked to Jewishnews.com.ua about the nature of service in Israel
Ukrainian justice proved deaf to the pleas of Jewish refugees from Donetsk
This was reported by a correspondent from Jewishnews.com.ua who attended a session of the Kiev Court of Appeal
Refugees first lost their homes, and then their money
On the 13th of February one of the most influential people in Ukraine celebrates his 52nd birthday
The renowned financier and investment banker talks about what can save the Ukrainian economy
As the liberation of Auschwitz approaches its 70th anniversary this month, Reuters photographers took portraits of now elderly survivors.
The assistant to the chief rabbi of Mariupol told Jewishnews.com.ua about the situation in the city and the community’s reaction to the tragedy that took place on Saturday.
On the nature of military language and lexical metamorphoses
An alternative view of the nature of the recent events in France and the mass reaction to them,
Solidarity, condemnation, support and cartoons – the response of social networks, media and artists to the first terrorist attack of 2015.
Odessan Jews discuss explosions and acts of provocation, moods and premonitions.
The Jewish front of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict
The founder of Jewish Defense of Kiev speaks about the sources of anti-Semitic provocations and the experience of the small but highly effective army of Israel, which Ukraine should learn from
The complex history of relations between the Ukrainian and Jewish people, and the parallels that arise with Israel in light of the recent events in Ukraine – these and other topics were raised by participants of the conference «Israel and Ukraine between the past and future», which was held on 27 November in Tel-Aviv
A scandal has broken out in Israel involving the renowned journalist at Channel 9, Darya Nenakhova. In her spare time, Darya went to support the Ukrainian army at the campaign “Eat a dumpling – clothe a soldier”. And that would all be fine, but she turned up in a T-shirt with a picture of Stepan Bandera, the leader and ideologist of Ukrainian nationalism and the organization of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA).
Germany adds Jews to commission on anti-Semitism after criticism
The commission consisted of 8 members
Pentagon approves 1.9 billion arms sale to Israel
US says thousands of missiles and bombs to be provided for self-defense needs
Ben-Gurion Airport rolls out biometric passport control
It is another step in the implementation of biometric IDs and passports in Israel.
Iran: 800,000 Missiles Pointed at Tel Aviv
According to a top Iranian advisor, Tehran has “tens of thousands” of missiles pointed at Israel
Iran Denies Involvement in 1994 AMIA Bombing
Former Iranian FM calls case proving Iranian, Hezbollah involvement in bombing a 'lie.'
Jewish family foundation awards Baltimore grants in wake of riots
Weinberg Foundation awarded some $400,000 to Baltimore area nonprofit organizations.