'The Serpent's Egg is Always Ready to Hatch'In response to Greece's neo-Nazi march on Tuesday, Holocaust survivors addressed crowd at Athens University, accounting Nazi atrocities.
Greek Polls Brighten For Pro Austerity PartiesGreece very much wants to stay in the Euro and fears the consequences of an exit. This may shift the vote in the rerun of the elections.
Golden Dawn: 'Foreigners out of Greece!'Supporters of Greece’s neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party chanted “Foreigners out of Greece!” as they marched through Athens prior to new elections.
Greeks To Stew And Ponder Euro Exit ImplicationsThe EU hopes that some reality checks like a bank run coupled with growth promises will produce a positive Greek vote.
Golden Dawn Leader Denies Holocaust Gas ChambersLeader of Greece’s Golden Dawn party claimed Nazi concentration camps did not use ovens and gas chambers to kill Jews during the Holocaust.
Growing Resignation Over Greek Euro Exit.As hopes dim that Greece will abide by the austerity package, there is increasing acceptance that Greece may leave the euro.
Greek Neo-Nazi Party's Website SuspendedThe International blogging platform WordPress suspended the website of the Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn for "hateful content."
Former Salonika Rabbi: Jews in Greece ConcernedFormer rabbi of the Jewish community of Salonika, calls on Israel to pressure Greece over neo-Nazi party.
Greek Jews Apprehensive Over Rise of Neo-NazisFollowing the election of the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn Party to parliament, Greece's Jewish community urged fellow citizens to oppose fascism.
‘Golden Dawn’ Neo-Nazis Cast Shadow on GreeceThe “Golden Dawn” neo-Nazi party shocked Greece by winning 7 percent of the vote in this week’s election.
Election Victor Calls Austerity Policy RepressionIt will be hard to put a coherent Greek government together, increasing jitters in the Eurozone.
Greece: Antiquities Safer in the GroundAfter an antiquities theft ring was rounded up and stolen items recovered, exasperated officials are reburying treasures to keep them safe.
Both the Germans and The Greeks Have Had ItGreece voted for more austerity, but the bad blood accumulated makes this the last go around for both Greece and lenders.
Athens Burns, Lawmakers Vote on Austerity MeasuresAs demonstrators set fire to buildings and clash with security forces, Greek parliament passes disputed austerity measures.
EU To Greece: No Deal, No MoneyAngela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy applied pressure on Greece to reach a final agreement with her creditors.
Egypt Fumes Over Israel's Energy PlansIsrael has beaten Egypt to the punch in its bid to connect to the European electrical grid, leaving pundits in Cairo gnashing their teeth.
Netanyahu to Become 1st Israeli PM to Visit CyprusPM Binyamin Netanyahu is about to become the first Israeli prime minister to make a state visit to Cyprus.
Private Creditors Rebel Against Haircut TermsStunned by the downgrades, Europe had no time for recriminations as the Greek crisis struck again.
EU Moving Closer to Imposing Oil Embargo on IranEU governments are moving closer to halting oil purchases from Iran after Greece lifts its objections to an embargo.
US Topographer: Israel is Line of Defense for NATONYC topotgrapher and recent ZOA awardee Langfan says "Israel is now the heart and soul of NATO’s southeastern flank.”.
Papandreou Takes the Only Available ChoiceGeorge Papandreou is being accused of opportunism but the only way austerity can achieve legitimacy is via the referendum.
Banks Holding Greek Debt Are Hit by SelloffThe Greek debt crisis is reaching its climax as Greek economy worsens and creditors lose patience.
Germany's Vote, Greek Backpedaling Stoke CrisisAnother Christian-Democratic defeat coupled with news of Greek footdragging on austerity complicate rescue plans.
Turkey Out – Greece InAs Turkey rattles its saber at Israel, the Jewish state signs a security deal with its neighbor, Greece.
Health Ministry Warns About Greek MosquitoesThe Health Ministry has issued a warning to travelers to beware the Greek mosquitoes that may be carrying the West Nile virus.
Video: Navy Boards 'Tricky' ShipThe Navy peacefully ends the latest attempt of flotilla activists to reach Gaza and is guiding the Dignity ship to Ashdod after it tricked Greece.
A Lone Flotilla Boat ComethA lone French yacht carrying 17 is expected to challenge the Israeli navy off the coast of Gaza after having lied to Greek authorities to set sail.
Knesset Hosts Greek PresidentDr. Karolos Papoulias and leading Greek ministers visit Israel after Greece helps Jewish state against Flotilla 2.
Flotilla Activists Reject AidPro-Hamas flotilla activists expose their political agenda and reject a Greek offer to guarantee shipping aid to Gaza through Israeli ports.
Greece Stops US Flotilla ShipGreek authorities reportedly stopped the US 'Audacity of Hope' when it disembarked without permission on Friday.
EU Bailout is a Greek TragedyThe austerity package that passed the Greek Parliament and the parallel injection of credit is a major gamble that could make things worse.
The Sinking Flotilla ProjectIsrael threatens sanctions against journalists taking part in the pro-Hamas flotilla, which already has been whittled down following US pressure.
A Greek Tragedy UnfoldsWith thousands of demonstrators encircling the parliament in Athens, George Papandreou desperately attempted to form a unity government.
Hellas About to Break LooseThe EU is trying desperately to piece together another bailout for Greece that will effectively mean the loss of economic independence.
Greek Crisis Reaches a BoilAn increasing number of analysts are predicting that the bailout dam in Europe is about to be breached but some think it is part of a master plan.
Eurozone Debt Crisis UnresolvedHaving nudged Portugal into a bailout, the EU expected a respite, but the worsening of the Greek crisis has awakened nightmare scenarios.
Anti-Semitism is Back in GreeceAnti-Semitism is rearing its ugly head in Greece, where the phenomenon is more prevalent than ever, especially in Athens.
Euro Jitters ReturnLingering fears of Portugese solvency as well as issues affecting previous bailouts create a climate of uncertainty
Great Wall of GreeceDesperate to stem flow of illegal immigrants, Greece will build a fence on its border with Turkey. Idea comes from Israel, taunts Turkish paper.
Economic Hell in HellasGreek Prime Minister George Papandreou soldiers on with the austerity plan despite massive popular discontent.
Greek-Israeli PartnershipGreece and Israel deepened cooperation on security and tourism Monday. Netanyahu says his visit is only the first step to closer relations.
Greece, Israel to Tighten TiesGreek Prime Minister George Papandreou visits Israel, two countries to forge new ties.
TASE Slips on Greece BailoutThe Tel Aviv Stock Exchange saw a drop on Tuesday, following a bailout annoucement for cash-strapped Greece, but suffered less than others.
Euro Could Collapse, Expert SaysProf. Yaakov Frenkel predicts a collapse of the European currency in three years if Greek crisis is not solved. Stanley Fischer begins second term.
Telling the Story of Greek JewryA new film, 'In the Shadow of the Acropolis,' tells the story of the Jews of Greece during the Shoa.
Israel Coping With Greek CrisisThough world markets are reeling in the wake of the Greek financial crisis, Israel is faring better than many.
Greece May Seek Nazi FugitiveGreece is set to repeal a law and open the way to try to extradite Alois Brunner, Eichmann’s aide who was last known to be hiding in Syria.
Christians Back Jews in GreeceChristian citizens in the small Greek town of Ioannina massed just before their biggest holiday to demonstrate their support for Jewish neighbors.
Greek Neo-Nazi Author AcquittedA Greek neo-Nazi was acquitted by an appeals court of charges that he incited "racial hatred and violence" against Jews, whom he calls "sub-human".