Europe Parliament Head Says 'Counting Jews' Line a MisquoteEuropean Parliament head demands newspaper clarify how it misquoted him as saying "Hungary wants to count the Jews.”
Airline Mulls Israel-Poland Link For Auschwitz School TripsA low-cost European airline is looking to introduce flights between Israel and Poland to cater to Israeli schoolchildren visiting Auschwitz
Coming Soon: Smartphones for Haredi CommunityA smartphone catering to the haredi community and approved by a rabbinical committee to launch in coming months.
Imprisoned Alan Gross Settles Lawsuit Against US EmployerAmerican-Jewish contractor settled lawsuit against his US government employer, claiming mission risks were underestimated.
Swastikas Scrawled on Michigan Student Lockers Stir OutrageThree high school teenagers in Michigan could face criminal charges for scratching swastikas into student lockers.
Muslim Clerics to Visit Auschwitz in Anti-Genocide ProgramMuslim clerics to visit the former Nazi German Auschwitz death camp as part of a Holocaust awareness and anti-genocide program.
Church of Scotland 'Revision' Report 'Old Wine in New Bottle'The Church of Scotland's "revision" of its April report "is the same tainted wine in a new bottle," says NGO Monitor.
Head of Hungarian Jewish Community OustedThe head of Hungary's top organization representing Jewish communities resigned on Sunday after losing a vote of confidence.
Muslim Cleric Probed Over 'Throwing Chairs at Jews' in JerusalemIsraeli police question Jerusalem's most senior Muslim cleric on suspicion of disturbance and throwing chairs at Jews on Temple Mount.
Har HaBayit Should Be a Place of Peace, Not of RiotsJewish people should be able to pray and celebrate the re-unification of Jerusalem on the Temple Mount.
Lauder Re-Elected World Jewish Congress HeadWorld Jewish Congress president Ronald Lauder has been re-elected unopposed for a second 4-year term at Hungary conference.
Buenos Aires Book Fair Promotes Iranian Anti-Semitic TheoriesJewish group calles on organizers of the Buenos Aires Book Fair to publicly condemn promotion of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.
Orthodox Woman Sues '24-Hour' Makeup for Failure to Last ShabbatAn Orthodox Jewish woman is suing makeup giant Lancome, claiming that its “24-hour” foundation, does not last through the Sabbath.
Jewish-Latino Relations 'Have Certainly Come a Long Way'Groups sign cooperative agreement to jointly deepen and strengthen relations between the Jewish and Latino communities in the United States.
LA Man's Ponzi Scheme Targets Persian-Jewish CommunityFBI agents arrested a Los Angeles man for running a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme that primarily targeted the Persian-Jewish community.
Napolitano Praises Jewish Community For Post-Attack SecurityU.S. Secretary of Homeland Security praises Jewish community for efforts in ensuring safety following Boston bombings.
Oklahoma Lawmaker's 'Jew Down' Apology Accepted“What I said was wrong and hurtful to many good and decent people," said Oklahoma State Rep. Dennis Johnson, following offensive slur.
Canadian Jewish News Ends Print Publication After 42 YearsThe Canadian Jewish News has announced that it will cease publication this summer, after forty-two years of serving the community.
One Israel Fund: Safeguarding Jewish Lives in Judea, SamariaPresident of One Israel Fund tells Arutz Sheva that organization raises money "to safeguard the lives of Jews living in Judea, Samaria."
UK Minister: Muslims Should 'Celebrate, Emulate' Success of JewsA British government minister speaks out against anti-Jewish sentiments in the Muslim community.
Rabbi Herschel Schacter: From 'Child Prodigy' to Jewish LeaderArutz Sheva Exclusive: Rabbi Dr. Jacob Schacter, son of the late Rabbi Herschel Schacter, speaks of his father's effect on world Jewry.
Polish Parliament Marks Anniversary of Warsaw Ghetto UprisingPoland's parliament paid tribute to fighters of the Warsaw ghetto uprising, amid a host of events marking the 70th anniversary this week.
Anne Frank Museum Defends Teen Idol Amid ControversyAmsterdam's Anne Frank museum defended teen idol Justin Bieber amid recent controversial remarks.
Pearl: 'I Represent Three Generations of Victims of Hatred'Parents of slain Jewish journalist Daniel Pearl light a flame at Yom Hazikaron ceremony in Jerusalem.
Swedish Muslim Politician Resigns Over Anti-Jewish AllegiancesA Muslim Swedish politician resigned from his post on Sunday after coming under intense scrutiny for holding anti-Semitic views.
Ghetto Mezuzah Case Unveiled at Polish Jewish MuseumPoland's chief rabbi unveils a special prayer case at a new Jewish museum, days before 70th anniversary of Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Polish Weekly Under Fire For Merkel Concentration Camp PhotoA Polish magazine came under fire after its cover photo featured German Chancellor Angela Merkel as concentration camp prisoner.
Police Nab Man Accused of Burning Dozens of Brooklyn MezuzotThe alleged perpetrator responsible for burning a dozen mezuzot in Brooklyn has been taken into police custody.
Wave of Anti-Semitic Graffiti Hits MassachusettsA wave of anti-Semitic graffiti hit several locations in Massachusetts over the weekend, as officials vow to mount vigorous investigation.
Lack of Support Leaves Lithuanian Synagogues in State of RuinLithuania's synagogues, the vestiges of Jewish presence wiped out in Holocaust, are falling to ruin from lack of funding and support.
2012 Report on Anti-Semitism: US Gets 'A', Australia 'F'Simon Wiesenthal Center criticizes Australia, several other countries for failing to adequately bring perpetrators of Holocaust to justice.
Report: Sharp Rise in 2012 Anti-Semitic IncidentsA report released by Tel Aviv University has noted a 30 percent rise in anti-Semitic incidents worldwide in 2012.
Austrian Leader Opposed to Incorporating Jewish HolidaysThe archbishop of Vienna has expressed opposition to adding Jewish and Muslim high holidays to the list of official Austrian holidays.
Western-Backed Arab Group Apologizes For Jewish Blood LibelArab nonprofit organization removes article from website that accused Jews of using “the blood of Christians in the Jewish Passover”
Lebanese Daily Renews Age-Old Jewish Blood LibelLebanese daily publishes article claiming that Jews eat matzah made with blood of non-Jews during holiday of Passover.
Cologne Archeological Dig Revives Ancient Jewish HeritageAn archaeological dig in western Germany has unearthed myriad traces of daily life in one of Europe's oldest and largest Jewish communities.
Rivals Are 'Heirs to Hitler': Venezuela's MaduroActing Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Saturday accused the country's opposition of being "heirs of Hitler."
British Peer Apologizes For Jewish Conspiracy RemarksA British Muslim peer, who blamed a Jewish conspiracy for his imprisonment, apologized for "unacceptable" remarks.
Police Investigate Minneapolis Passover VandalismThe Temple Israel synagogue in Minneapolis was vandalized as congregants gathered to celebrate Passover.
French Jewish Students Step Up Legal Action Against TwitterA Jewish student group announced it will be taking further legal action against Twitter over failing to comply with court order.
Racist Hungarian Journalist Returns State PrizeA Hungarian television presenter, known for his anti-Semitic remarks, has handed back a prestigious state award after public outcry.
In Solidarity, World Jewish Congress to Meet in HungaryWorld Jewish Congress to hold annual assembly in Budapest to show solidarity with Hungarian Jews facing "exceptionally strong" anti-Semitism
Suspect Indicted in Fatal Brooklyn Hit-And-RunA Brooklyn man was indicted for fatal hit-and-run that killed a rabbinical student, his pregnant wife and their baby.
British MP Suspended Over 'Jewish Conspiracy' CommentsBritain's Labor Party suspended Muslim peer over reports that he blamed a Jewish conspiracy for his imprisonment over a fatal car crash.
Obama Meets With Jewish Leaders Prior to Israel TripPresident Obama meets with Jewish leaders at White House in anticipation of upcoming trip to Israel.
Jewish Harvard Students Receive Mock Eviction NoticesJewish students at Harvard University receive mock eviction notices in light of “Israel Apartheid Week.”
Egyptian Court Acquits Jewish Leader of FraudPresident of the Egyptian Jewish community acquitted of fraud and embezzlement of $450,000, the Egyptian Independent reported.
Report: Jews Main Target of Hate Speech in TurkeyJews have become the main object of hate speech in Turkey, followed by Armenians, Christians and Greeks.
British MEP Relents, Removes Derogatory 'Jew' RemarksBritish MEP David Ward removes derogatory "Jews” statement from his website following further calls for disciplinary action.
ADL Welcomes Indictments in New Jersey Synagogue AttacksADL welcomes indictment against two individuals in a series of attacks targeting synagogues in Bergen County, New Jersey.
Argentine Lawmakers Approve Iran Deal Over 1994 AttackArgentine lawmakers approve deal with Iran to set up a "truth commission" to investigate deadly 1994 bombing of Jewish center.
ADL Calls on Joan Rivers to Apologize for 'Vulgar' RemarksCommenting on model's fashion choice, Joan Rivers said, “last time a German looked this hot was when they were pushing Jews into the ovens."
Argentina Lawmakers Debate Iran Deal Over 1994 AttackArgentine lawmakers set to approve an agreement with Iran to set up a "truth commission" into a deadly 1994 bombing, despite opposition.
Two Arrested For Suspected Links to Toulouse GunmanFrench police arrested two men in city of Toulouse in connection with Islamist gunman Mohamed Merah's March killing spree.
NY Assemblyman Under Fire For 'Offensive' Purim CostumeNew York state assemblyman comes under fire for "black basketball player” Purim costume.
ADL Slams 'Offensive and Not Remotely Funny' Oscars Sketch“While we have come to expect inappropriate ‘Jews control Hollywood’ jokes...the Oscars was offensive and not remotely funny,” said ADL.
German Court Drops Charges Against 'Offending' MohelA German court on Thursday dismissed all charges against a rabbi for his role in the circumcision of a Jewish infant.