A seat at the European table won’t be too much to ask for the man who saves Europe from nuclear war
In upholding bans on kosher and halal animal slaughter, Europe’s Court of Justice affirmed the acceptability of an ugly new expression of an old prejudice
Turkey’s authoritarian president poses an active danger to Western interests. He must be contained.
London, on the night Britain left the European Union, during a brief lull in the culture wars to allow one side its victory dance
With open anti-Semitism in Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party, and Brexit looming, some British Jews are applying for passports to Germany and other European countries their parents fled
France’s Yellow Vests condemn violence but ‘have to admit that it is efficient’
According to ‘respondents who experienced some form of anti-Semitic harassment in the past five years,’ 30 percent of the perpetrators were Muslim, 21 percent were left wing, and only 13 percent expressed right-wing views
The prestigious Andrei Sakharov Prize was given to Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov, held in Russian prison since 2014
Can users of what is essentially privatized social infrastructure really log off?
An academic lecture by Jewish historian Philippe Pierret at the Free University of Brussels was called off for security reasons
The long-awaited action was condemned as discriminatory by critics because the EU does not similarly label products from other occupied territories around the world
The vote comes on the heels of increased frustration over failed peace talks
At Berlin confab, Ambassador to the U.N. warns of rising anti-Semitism
A lesson in how not to unsubscribe from email newsletters
But 68 percent of Jews said in a survey they hide their Jewishness sometimes
A third of European Jews have considered emigrating because they felt unsafe
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At least, Jerusalem says they might