Anti-Semitic Surge on Twitter Prompts Possible Legal ActionJewish organizations in France have expressed outrage over a wave of anti-Semitic messages that have been sweeping through Twitter.
Nobel Prize Winners Include Moroccan of Jewish DescentSerge Haroche of France and David Wineland of the US won the Nobel Physics Prize on Tuesday for work in quantum physics.
EJP: 'Russel Tribunal on Palestine' Makes 'Mockery of Justice'European Jewry condemned participation of Geneva mayor at "Russell Tribunal on Palestine," which aims at demonizing, delegitimizing Israel.
Secret Passage of Wine and ‘4 Species’ to Jews in Arab NationsAn unidentified rabbi and a Jew from Arab countries have completed a secret mission to bring wine and the”four species” to the Diaspora.
New Proposed German Law Okays Ritual CircumcisionA new proposed German law is set to approve ritual circumcision, hopefully ending the threat to the custom practiced by Jews and Muslims.
Jewish Groups Fear 'Blood Libel' Over Anti-Islam FilmJewish groups are expressing fear of "another blood libel" against Jews stemming from anti-Islam film that allegedly sparked recent protests
EU Rosh Hashanah Greetings Warn of Rise of Anti-SemitismIn Rosh Hashana greetings, President of the European Commission warned of rise of anti-Semitism due to the economic problems in Europe.
'Obama Oy Vey' Campaign May Convince Jews to Move to IsraelMembers of Republican Jewish Coalition rallied in Florida on Sunday with some saying they 'might move to Israel if Obama gets re-elected.'
Jewish Groups Protest Weight-Loss Ad Featuring Holocaust VictimsAn Estonian newspaper has published an ad for weight-loss pills depicting emaciated Jews in a Nazi death camp.
GOP Congressman Apologizes for Holocaust RemarksU.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett (R-Md.) apologized after invoking the Holocaust in reference to federal student loans.
New Attack in Berlin: Vandals Desecrated Jewish CemeteryVandals desecrated six Jewish tombstones at a cemetery in Germany with graffiti including Nazi swastikas, police announced Wednesday.
Two Men Attempt to Run Down Hassidic Jews Outside NY BakeryTwo men were arrested in New York after they allegedly drove a vehicle into a crowd of Hassidic Jews standing outside local bakery.
Jews and Muslims Unite in Fight for Religious Freedom in EuropeJewish and Muslim religious leaders from 18 European countries will gather in Paris to discuss increasing religious prohibitions in Europe.
Ya'alon: Iran Must Decide- Bomb or SurvivalMK Moshe Ya'alon spoke at a memorial ceremony in Bulgaria on Tuesday for victims of Burgas terror attack.
Indian Jews Urge 'Hitler' Garment Shop to Change Store NameA group of Jews from western India visited the ‘Hitler’ men’s garment store and urged owner to change shop’s name.
Peruvian Neo-Nazis Seek to Expel all JewsThe leader of Peru’s far-right political group seeks to expel the country’s Jewish population because “they control the global economy.”
US Sues Florida for Halting Kosher MealsThe federal government is suing Florida's Department of Corrections for not offering kosher meals to prison inmates.
Schools Cease Teaching Holocaust, Demand Students Pray to AllahMany British schools are ceasing to teach the Holocaust in history lessons in order to avoid offending Muslim students.
Jews March to 'Wear Kippot on Heads, Not Hide in Bags'Hundreds of Orthodox Jews wearing kippot marched in Swedish city of Malmo protesting against the recent rise in anti-Semitism.
Wallenberg Stamp to be Issued in Jan. 2013A postal stamp honoring Raoul Wallenberg will be issued in January 2013, 28 years after he was bestowed with honorary Canadian citizenship.
First Orthodox Jewish Holocaust Museum to Open in BrooklynBrooklyn’s first Holocaust museum, the first Holocaust museum in the world to focus on Orthodox Jews, will open next spring.
70 Yrs. Ago: Telegram Alerts World of Nazi HolocaustSeventy years ago the WJC representative in Geneva sent a telegram to US diplomats informing them of Hitler’s plans to annihilate the Jews.
NY State Comptroller Teams Up With Holocaust Restitution ProjectNY State Comptrolleri's office is teaming up with the Holocaust Era Asset Restitution Taskforce to track down property of Holocaust victims.
Romanian Jews Slam Anti-Semite's Appointment to PostRomanian Jews expressed anger over the appointment of a Senator who made anti-Jewish statements to a top government post
MK Ketzaleh: Jews Help Each Other, Muslims Slaughter Each OtherMK Katz (Ketzaleh} gave a lesson to an Arab MK during a Knesset debate on taxes: Jews help each other; Muslims slaughter each other.
Swedish Minister: Put Annual Raoul Wallenberg Day on CalendarSwedish minster calls for an annual day on calendar to remember the Righteous Gentile who saved hundreds of thousands of Jews from Nazis.
U.S. House Considers Jewish Refugees BillA bipartisan bill ensuring recognition of of 850,000 Jewish refugees displaced from Arab countries has been introduced to US Congress.
NY Gov. Vetoes Education Bill Benefiting Religious StudentsNY Governor Cuomo vetoed a bill that would have made it easier for religious students with special needs to receive tuition reimbursements.
Hotel Shangri-La Discrimination Case Heats UpA discrimination case involving a group of L.A. Jews, affiliated with a pro-Israel organization, and a Muslim hotel owner began on July 26.
Australia Donates $500,000 to Auschwitz FundThe Australian government donated $500,000 to the Auschwitz-Birkenau preservation fund.
Clinton: World Must 'Push Back' Against Holocaust DenialSpeaking at U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, US Secretary of State called on the international community to “act against anti-Semitism.”
Video: US Jewish Terror Victim: Where are Anti-Gun Laws?The “Colorado Batman Massacre” might have been prevented if there were better anti-gun laws, says Jewish victim of a 1999 shooting.
Jewish Groups Remember 18th Anniversary of Buenos Aires BombingJewish groups remember 18th anniversary of Buenos Aires bombing; highlight Iran’s involvement in terrorist attack.
From NY to Elon Moreh; From Pen Pals to FriendsJewish teenagers from NY met with their Israeli counterparts living in Elon Moreh, as part of Israel Connect’s ‘school twinning’ program.
Algerian Minister Denounced Over Invitation to Pro-Israel SingerAlgerian Minister of Communications faced harsh criticism for inviting expatriate Jewish singer Enrico Macias to visit the country.
Hitler Baby Poster Sparks Controversy in MontrealAdvertisements for a festival in Montreal, featuring a baby sporting the mustache of Adolf Hitler, have stirred outrage in Jewish community.
Holocaust Survivor, Anne Frank Companion and Author Dies, age 74Dutch Jewish author Berthe Meijer, whose life intersected with Anne Frank’s, died on July 10, at the age of 74.
Anti-Semitic Cartoon Wins Iran's 'Wall Street Downfall' ContestA cartoon portraying Jewish worshippers praying at NY Stock Exchange won first prize in Iran’s "Wall Street Downfall Cartoon Festival."
In Bosnia, Jews Still Not Permitted to Run for Elected OfficeEuropean official urges Bosnia to end practices of discrimination against Jewish minorities, whose members cannot run for elected office.
Attention Potential Olim: Gov't Cuts Taxes on AppliancesMinister of Finance signed a special directive to cut import duties and taxes on hundreds of items.
EU Jewry Blasts Church of England's Anti-Israel VoteBritish Jewry condemns Church of England’s Synod for promoting "an inflammatory and partisan" anti-Israel program.
Presbyterian Church Panel Approves Israel Divestment ResolutionA Presbyterian Church panel wants to divest from companies whose products are used to enforce “occupation of West Bank.”
'I Wish I Could Have Blown Up Knesset'“I wish I could have blown up the Knesset, the Supreme Court and several IDF bases,” said prime suspect of vandalism attack on Yad Vashem.
Iranian VP Blames 'Zionists,' Talmud for Inciting Drug TradeIranian VP condemned the 'Zionists' and the teachings of the Talmud for inciting global drug trade and addiction.
'Jewish Nobel Prize' Worth $1 Million EstablishedPM Netanyahu announced a new international prize to be awarded to Jews who win global recognition due to achievements in science and arts.
Latvian Minister Resigns Over Holocaust Restitution BlunderLatvian Justice Minister was forced to resign his position, following his controversial claims that Holocaust restitution policy is biased
US Lawmakers Call on Hungarian PM to Denounce Anti-SemitismMembers of U.S. Congress called on Hungarian Prime Minister to stand up against anti-Semitic remarks of far-right political party Jobbik.
Anti-Semitism in Brooklyn Reaches New HeightsLawmakers expressed outrage over the recent escalation of anti-Semitic attacks in Brooklyn, N.Y.
NYC Billboard Warns: 'Dear Jew: Shield Your Eyes!'On the way to Manhattan, Ultra-Orthodox Jews warn: “Dear Jew: You are entering a dangerous place. Shield your eyes.”
French Holocaust Denier Roger Garaudy Dies at 98Roger Garaudy, one of the most controversial French philosophers of the twentieth century, died at the age of 98.
Paris School Under Fire for Blatantly Anti-Israel Exam QuestionFrench Jews outraged after a university in Paris posed a question on an exam as to whether IDF strikes can be classified as "genocide."
Norwegians Turning a Blind Eye to Hate Sparks Jewish OutrageThe Simon Wiesenthal Center demanded that Norwegian authorities take immediate action against perpetrators of anti-Semitic hate crimes.
Russia: Still Searching for Clues About Wallenberg MysteryThe chief archivist of Russia’s counterintelligence service said it will continue searching for clues about Holocaust hero Raoul Wallenberg.
Greece's 'Fuhrer' Wants Istanbul BackThe leader of Greece's neo-Nazi Golden Dawn Party said that Istanbul could be restored to Greek control.
Soccer Fans Urged to Boycott Anti-Semitic Restaurants in UkraineSoccer fans visiting the Ukrainian for the Euro 2012 Championships are being urged to boycott two restaurants with anti-Semitic themes.
Hungarian Jews Protest Verbal Attack Against RabbiAbout 120 Hungarians wearing yellow stars inscribed with the word “Jude” protested against the rising rate of anti-Semitism in the country.
Hundreds of Former Soviet Jews Gather to Celebrate HeritageHundreds of Jews have gathered in the former Soviet republic of Moldova to celebrate the Jewish heritage of the former Soviet countries.