News and updates about EJA

Spanish government joins ICJ 'genocide' case against Israel

'Spanish government has lost its way, lost its bearings, lost their sight, and are deaf to Jews' right to defend against terror,' says European Jewish Association after Spain joins ICJ 'genocide' case.

Spanish government joins ICJ 'genocide' case against Israel

'Clear and repeated anti-Israel bias'

European Jewish leaders condemn EU High Commissioner

Over 100 Jewish leaders from across Europe met to discuss operational methods to combat the harassment of Jews on the continent and the rising tide of antisemitic hate since October 7.

European Jewish leaders condemn EU High Commissioner

Moldova:

New survey reveals deep-rooted antisemitism

A new study shows that the European country of Moldova has trends of antisemitism disproportionate to its size or Jewish population.

New survey reveals deep-rooted antisemitism

Entrepreneur Brock Pierce:

'It is a war of information today'

Visionary philanthropist Brock Pierce shares insights on how modern innovations are helping shape the war against Hamas.

'It is a war of information today'

EJA chairman:

'Never Again is now'

Rabbi Menachem Margolin, chairman of the EJA, summarizes the organization's conference in Poland: 'Europe is ready to be much more serious against antisemitism."

'Never Again is now'

Bereaved parents:

'He threw back grenade after grenade at Hamas'

Bereaved parents Shira and Moshe Shapira tell of their son's heroic defense of others at the Supernova festival.

'He threw back grenade after grenade at Hamas'

Hungarian Jewish leader:

Bans on kosher slaughter turning Jews into 2nd class citizens

Following last week's EJA conference in Budapest, Hungarian leader Rabbi Shomo Koves explains the threat to Jewish life in Europe is severe.

Bans on kosher slaughter turning Jews into 2nd class citizens

EJA chair:

'European Jewish leaders are united to combat antisemitism'

Following EJA conference last week in Budapest, chair Rabbi Menachem Margolin says the EU needs to do more to ensure Jews are safe.

'European Jewish leaders are united to combat antisemitism'

'Israel must enact a law against auctions of Nazi items'

Rabbi Menachem Margolin, EJA chairman, calls on Israel to enact legislation banning sale of Nazi memorabilia.

'Israel must enact a law against auctions of Nazi items'

Dutch Chief Rabbi: More talk not enough to fight anti-Semitism

Arutz Sheva speaks with Rabbi Binyomin Jacobst, chief rabbi of the Chief Rabbinate of the Netherlands, at the EJA conference in Poland.

Dutch Chief Rabbi: More talk not enough to fight anti-Semitism

100,000 Hanukiahs distributed for Jews across Europe

The RCE and the EJA have launched a cross-continental initiative to spread the light of Hannukah

100,000 Hanukiahs distributed for Jews across Europe

Online commemoration of Int'l Holocaust Remembrance Day

EJA hosts online International Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony featuring hundreds of EU heads, Parliamentarians and Jewish leaders.

Online commemoration of Int'l Holocaust Remembrance Day

EJA to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day with large online event

"The lessons of the Holocaust have seldom been more pressing or important.”

EJA to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day with large online event

Europe: Preparing for Passover in the shadow of Corona Crisis

Alongside logistical challenges European Jews face anti-Semitic propaganda that attributes the Corona epidemic to a “Jewish conspiracy.”

Europe: Preparing for Passover in the shadow of Corona Crisis

'Hungary is the safest place for Jews'

Hungary's Minister of Justice Judit Varga: Our Jewish community ​is enjoying a​ renaissance, we have "zero tolerance" for anti-Semitism.

'Hungary is the safest place for Jews'

Israel's destruction is a foundation of Iranian ideology

Iranian born Jewish activist says that Iran is today 'officially' antisemitic, and eliminating Israel has become an official state policy

Israel's destruction is a foundation of Iranian ideology

'Israel is not treated like any other country'

The President of the Austrian National Council declares that Austrians "will not avoid responsibility" and commits to fighting antisemitism.

'Israel is not treated like any other country'

'Poles & Jews will guard the truth about the Holocaust'

"We're guardians of historical truth," says Polish President. "We can't allow the truth about the Holocaust to be blurred and forgotten."

'Poles & Jews will guard the truth about the Holocaust'

Leading Netherlands Rabbi: Pittsburgh can occur in our country

Rabbi Binyamin Jacobs, Chief Rabbi at the Inter-Provincial Chief Rabbinate of the Netherlands, discusses the situation in the Netherlands.

Leading Netherlands Rabbi: Pittsburgh can occur in our country

'There is legitimate criticism of Israel, but there is a line'

Coordinator of European Parliament's Anti-Racism and Diversity Intergroup says extremism from both sides needs to be tackled.

'There is legitimate criticism of Israel, but there is a line'

'Our obligation is to ensure the silent majority is on our side'

European Jewish Association Chairman discusses the purpose of the organization's annual conference.

'Our obligation is to ensure the silent majority is on our side'

Can Holocaust education combat antisemitism?

Michel Gourary discusses how spreading Holocaust awareness actively combats antisemitism at EJA conference in Brussels

Can Holocaust education combat antisemitism?

Pro-Israel Antisemites & Pro-Jewish anti-Israelis

Riccardo Pacific talks about the dynamic political landscape in Europe at the European Jewish Association conference in Brussels

Pro-Israel Antisemites & Pro-Jewish anti-Israelis

European nightmare manifest in America

Chair of European Jewish Association: We tend to envy relative peace in US communities. Now we extend sympathy following murderous attack.

European nightmare manifest in America

Romanian Jews now allowed to miss exams for Shabbat, holidays

EJA campaign to extend full religious freedom to Orthodox Jewish college students succeeds in Romania.

Romanian Jews now allowed to miss exams for Shabbat, holidays

European Jewish Leaders to EU: Protect Jews

WJC, EJA leaders call on Denmark to increase security to Jewish institutions after attacks, urge EU to take 'critical' action.

European Jewish Leaders to EU: Protect Jews

Jewish Leaders Plead: Ignore 'Dangerous' EJA Demand to Arm Jews

A joint statement by leaders of 11 communities says EJA Head Rabbi Margolin 'does not speak for Europe's Jews.'

Jewish Leaders Plead: Ignore 'Dangerous' EJA Demand to Arm Jews

EU Officials Appalled at Rise of Anti-Semitism in Europe

At high level meeting with Jewish leaders, 18 EU member-state representatives are urged to wake up and lead the fight against Jew-hatred.

EU Officials Appalled at Rise of Anti-Semitism in Europe

Polish Official Calls for End to Ban on Kosher Slaughter

Poland's human rights ombudsman says Warsaw should advance legislation to legalize kosher slaughter, as a matter of human rights.

Polish Official Calls for End to Ban on Kosher Slaughter

Muslim Hackers Hit European Jewish News Site

Turkish hackers took down the site of the European Jewish Press news site overnight Wednesday.

Muslim Hackers Hit European Jewish News Site