Danish terrorists planned to bomb Jewish schoolTeen terrorist and her 24-year-old accomplice stand trial today, believed to have plotted to bomb two schools.
Denmark medal honors slain Jewish security guardDenmark’s parliament announces a new medal of civil valor that will honor Israeli security guard Dan Uzan.
Denmark: 'Serious terror threat' one year later1 year since Palestinian terrorist murdered two at free speech event and synagogue, Danish PM holds memorial under heavy security.
Suspect Held after Arson on Copenhagen MosqueDanish police arrest a man on suspicion of torching a mosque in Copenhagen, causing superficial damage to the building.
Al Pacino Backs Out of Play Written By Hitler FanPacino 'couldn't come to terms' with Norwegian author Knut Hamsun's support of Nazism, and withdrew from stage adaptation of his novel.
Buses Torched, Vandalized in DemnarkDanish police investigating after four city buses destroyed in fire and a fifth vandalized with anti-Israel graffiti in Copenhagen.
BDS Ads Pulled from Copenhagen BusesAds claiming boycotting 'settlements' was with 'a clear conscience' pulled for being too offensive; Palestinian groups balk.
Denmark Shooter Was Put with ISIS Backer in JailDespite reports of starting Islamist radicalization in jail, shooter got cell with ISIS supporter; 2 weeks after release he struck.
Mohammed Cartoonist Awarded Danish National PrizeFlemming Rose, culture editor who started the Mohammed cartoon controversy in 2005, given prize for promoting freedom of speech.
Police Raid Apartments Linked to Copenhagen AttackDanish police search 8 apartments for more clues in last month's Copenhagen shootings.
No Charges Over Pro-Terrorist Facebook PostDanish man who posted 'Je Suis' comments for Copenhagen gunman will not be charged for 'condoning terrorism.'
Oslo 'Peace' Event Organizer: Jews Behind 9/11One of the Muslim organizers of a Muslim-Jewish coexistence event in Oslo said in 2008 that 'powerful' Jews were behind 9/11.
Danish Jewish Radio Station Off Air After AttacksDenmark's Radio Shalom advised by intelligence service to temporarily cease broadcasts "for security reasons".
Two 'Accomplices' Arrested in Copenhagen AttacksSuspects charged with helping facilitate attacks on cafe and synagogue may be minors.
Frmr. Chief Rabbi: Denmark Attacks 'No Surprise'Rabbi Bent Lexner, former Chief Rabbi of Denmark, tells Arutz Sheva why Denmark has been on 'high alert' for some time.
European Jewish Leaders to EU: Protect JewsWJC, EJA leaders call on Denmark to increase security to Jewish institutions after attacks, urge EU to take 'critical' action.
Police Kill Shooter in Denmark AttacksCopenhagen police confirm: man shot dead Sunday morning the lone gunman in double attack.
'You Can't Make Europe's Streets a Shooting Range'Diaspora Minister Naftali Bennett calls on Europe to crack down on anti-Semitism, offers Danish Jews Israel's condolences, help.
Shots Fired Near Copenhagen SynagogueOne person dead and two wounded in shooting attack near a synagogue in central Copenhagen.
One Dead, 3 Injured After Attack on Danish CafeOver 200 bullets fired into Copenhagen cafe during 'free speech' event; target may have been controversial Mohammed cartoonist.
Danish Jews Demand Police ProtectionFollowing Paris attack, Jews in Denmark call for security at school and synagogue in Copenhagen, with Jews targets deemed 'vulnerable.'
Photos from Denmark Jewish School AttackWindows smashed and graffiti daubed in anti-Semitic attack on Jewish school that feels 'far removed from Gaza conflict.'
Denmark: Hundreds March Against Anti-SemitismJews and non-Jews alike don Jewish symbols openly in 'yarmulka protest' against rising anti-Semitism.
Rabbi: Kosher Slaughter Ban Not Anti-SemiticCopenhagen rabbi: ban on kosher slaughter is problematic, but false accusations of anti-Semitism won’t help.
Ex-Shin Bet Head Flees Denmark Over Arrest ThreatCarmi Gallon, of controversial film 'The Gatekeepers,' flees Denmark after pro-PA group demands warrant against him.
SWC Issues Travel Advisory for CopenhagenThe Simon Wiesenthal Center issued a travel advisory for Denmark in wake of warnings by Israel’s ambassador.
Peres: Pollution Has no PassportPresident Peres said in Copenhagen that pollution has no borders. He wants Israel to be a “regional laboratory for the environment.
Peres to UN Climate ConferenceFollowing decision by Netanyahu not to attend, Israel will be represented at the UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen this week by President Peres.
Chanukah Changes Danish ClimateBnei Akiva is using Chanukah lights to change the climate in Denmark, where world leaders are discussing global environmental dangers.