Dr. Inna Rogatchi Awarded Patmos Solidarity PrizePro-Israel Finnish humanitarian foundation grants award for writer Inna Rogatchi's "creative approach in the hard labor of memory".
Yad L'achim: Beware Missionary Threat in SouthChristian missionaries have in recent weeks begun targeting cities in southern Israel, activists for the Yad L'achim organization said.
Finland Apologizes for 1938 Anti-SemitismIn a small but symbolic gesture, Finnish Amateur Athletic Association apologizes for unfairly denying Jewish athlete's 1938 victory.
Anti-Semitic Paper Promises to 'Tone it Down'A Finnish paper notorious for its anti-Semitic content has said it would tone down its editorial line after being criticized.
Finland, Denmark Upgrade PA's Diplomatic MissionsFinland and Denmark upgrade the status of the Palestinian Authority’s diplomatic missions to 'Palestinian embassies'.
Finnish Official: Jews Control Money, Media in USFinnish official asserts on state television that Jews hold vast control over wealth, media, thus impeding neutrality in US Mideast stance.
Israel Warns Finland Over Latest Flotilla ShipIsrael warns Finland that it will stop a boat with activists on board by force if it tries to break the blockade on Gaza.
Spain's Interest Rate Reaches Point Of No ReturnEuropean finance ministers hit resistance while trying to stave off a rout prompted by skyrocketing interest charges on Spanish debt.
Secret Israeli-Finnish Nuclear TalksA senior Finnish diplomat reportedly visited to discuss whether Israel would attend an NPT conference on the Middle East in Helsinki.
No Euro Solution in SightWhile attention has been focused on the Arab world, the European debt crisis is still with us and becoming more intractable.
Finnish President: Goal is PeaceTarja Halonen, the president of Finland, planted an olive tree this week in the Jerusalem Forest as physical expression of her desire for peace.