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Anti-Israel protests expanding:

"Human chain" against Israel in Europe

Police in Berlin and Amsterdam dispersed anti-Israel student protests. Tent camps were set up in Finland, Denmark, Italy, Spain, France and Britain against Israel.

"Human chain" against Israel in Europe

Report:

Iran using European ports to arm Hezbollah

The Telegraph reveals that Iran is using European ports to provide cover for shipments of weapons to the Hezbollah terrorist organization in Lebanon.

Iran using European ports to arm Hezbollah

Europe will soon face a direct Arab invasion

It is a case of predator and prey right before the jump. From the Arabs' point of view, their time has come. Opinion.

Europe will soon face a direct Arab invasion

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'

Europe:

Seven arrested for planning terror attacks on Jewish targets

Seven men, some members of Hamas, are arrested as European police foil plots against Jews.

Seven arrested for planning terror attacks on Jewish targets

MK Matan Kahana:

Europe Wake Up!

Former Minister Matan Kahana releases video calling of European nations to realize Israel's enemies oppose Western civilization.

Europe Wake Up!

IAF planes bring hundreds of soldiers home from Europe

Israel has recalled hundreds of soldiers, who were outside the country when the war began, to fight on the Gaza border.

IAF planes bring hundreds of soldiers home from Europe

After Hamas massacre:

Security increased around Jewish sites throughout Europe

With threat of antisemitic violence increased in wake of Hamas massacre in Israel, Jewish institutions received increased security.

Security increased around Jewish sites throughout Europe

The places worth flying to for a trip to Europe

Europe, a continent steeped in history, culture, and unparalleled beauty, offers a plethora of attractions that beckon travelers

The places worth flying to for a trip to Europe

Iranian activists face campaign of intimidation in Europe

The regime uses a wide variety of means to try and silence critics even outside its borders.

Iranian activists face campaign of intimidation in Europe

EU MP:

'We must ensure EU funds aren't used to instill hatred of Jews'

European Parliament MP Cristian-Vasile Terheș visits Israel and Samaria for the first time, pledges to fight incitement in PA textbooks.

'We must ensure EU funds aren't used to instill hatred of Jews'

European Jewish Association:

'Denouncing Diaspora Minister is reckless and irresponsible'

The European Jewish Association publishes scathing retort to a call for students to 'turn their backs on Minister Chikli'.

'Denouncing Diaspora Minister is reckless and irresponsible'

Revenge?

Killer whale attacks on the rise off Spanish coast

Orcas are targeting small boats off the coasts of Europe with alarming regularity and preparation.

Killer whale attacks on the rise off Spanish coast

EU to co-finance new section of Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum

The section will focus on educating visitors about Jewish life in Europe before the Holocaust.

EU to co-finance new section of Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum

ADL: Antisemitic stereotypes deeply entrenched across Europe

Survey finds one in four residents of European countries harbor extensive anti-Jewish attitudes.

ADL: Antisemitic stereotypes deeply entrenched across Europe

Meta faces $1.3 billion record EU fine

Facebook parent company fined historic amount for failing to abide by high court ruling on transferring EU users' data to the US.

Meta faces $1.3 billion record EU fine

GOP senators urge EU to designate IRGC as terror group

Letter to EU calls for sanctions against Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps for selling drones to Russia and 'sowing terror in the West.'

GOP senators urge EU to designate IRGC as terror group

WJC unveils report on EU progress tackling antisemitism

World Jewish Congress shares findings as it meets with Spanish king ahead of country’s EU presidency.

WJC unveils report on EU progress tackling antisemitism

Jewish org and German NGO urge EU to ban neo-Nazi rallies

B’nai B’rith International highlights lax enforcement of laws banning far-right marches in EU states, calls for comprehensive solution.

Jewish org and German NGO urge EU to ban neo-Nazi rallies

Op-ed:

How sad, this new Europe!

Europe is falling apart and is on a slope, absorbing blow by blow without being able to respond. Op-ed.

How sad, this new Europe!

100 EU lawmakers sign letter urging tougher response to Iran

Parliamentarians call on EU foreign affairs chief to enact stronger measures to deter Iran's ongoing violations against its own people.

100 EU lawmakers sign letter urging tougher response to Iran

Austrian Jewish journalist Karl Pfeifer dead at 94

Pfeifer survived the Holocaust, fought in Israel’s War of Independence and went on to campaign against post-war antisemitism in Europe.

Austrian Jewish journalist Karl Pfeifer dead at 94

EJC hosts event on improving security in places of worship

European Jewish Congress holds conference bringing together communities to improve security at religious institutions in the EU.

EJC hosts event on improving security in places of worship

European civilization, about to disappear

Islam is conquering Europe by numbers. An abacus is enough. What does this mean from a historical perspective. Op-ed.

European civilization, about to disappear

'Anti-shechita concerns are often based on ignorance'

Shechita UK campaign director calls for Europe to 'practice what it preaches,' institute legislative safeguards to protect religious rights.

'Anti-shechita concerns are often based on ignorance'

Israeli team has shot at sports history in Euro 2024

A series of victories and lucky draws have positioned the Israeli team for favorable matchups in the Euro 2024.

Israeli team has shot at sports history in Euro 2024

British source:

Leaks to Nord Stream pipelines likely a premeditated attack

British defense source underwater explosive devices likely used in suspected act of sabotage against Nord Stream gas pipelines.

Leaks to Nord Stream pipelines likely a premeditated attack

EU condemns Iranian President's Holocaust denial

EU mission to Israel 'appalled" by Ebrahim Raisi's questioning of the Holocaust during "60 Minutes" interviwew.

EU condemns Iranian President's Holocaust denial

ADL partners with European org to address antisemitism

Initiative will educate young Jewish leaders to combat antisemitism and anti-Israel bias in Europe.

ADL partners with European org to address antisemitism

EU economy on verge of ‘full stop’ energy crisis

Belgium PM calls for price caps on gas in order to avert a catastrophic economic shutdown that would be difficult to recover from.

EU economy on verge of ‘full stop’ energy crisis

Op-ed:

Demographic decline and disintegration: Europe’s fate

In 2050, a third of Italy's population will be foreigners, says a United Nations report. And there will be 3 seniors for each child. Op-ed.

Demographic decline and disintegration: Europe’s fate

EU vows to support PA groups Israel says are terror orgs.

EU foreign minister spokesperson says Israel has not 'substantiated' claim PFLP orgs. are affiliated with terrorism.

EU vows to support PA groups Israel says are terror orgs.

Ex-Northern Ireland Secretary: EU tried to block kosher products

Former Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis alleges EU attempted to block kosher products from being exported to Northern Ireland.

Ex-Northern Ireland Secretary: EU tried to block kosher products

Estonia and Finland call on EU to deny tourist visas to Russians

Estonia and Finland urge European nations to deny tourist visas to Russians.

Estonia and Finland call on EU to deny tourist visas to Russians

Europe wildfires burn second biggest area in two decades

Record wildfires in Southern Europe have burned huge swatch of land with fire season only half over.

Europe wildfires burn second biggest area in two decades

Sorbonne scholar: Europe’s islamization is underway

In his extraordinary essay in Le Figaro, Prof. Pierre Vermeren writes of Islamization on all fronts of European society. Op-ed.

Sorbonne scholar: Europe’s islamization is underway

EU-Israel Association Council to be renewed after 10 years

EU foreign ministers agree to renew joint council meant to foster high level cooperation between Europe and Israel.

EU-Israel Association Council to be renewed after 10 years

The Turkish child who grew up to hate Europe

Abused child Erdogan grew into a man who believes 'minarets are our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers" - and Europe is theirs. Op-ed.

The Turkish child who grew up to hate Europe

EU to accept Ukraine as candidate member in solidarity

Largely symbolic move seen as a statement against Russian invasion of Ukraine.

EU to accept Ukraine as candidate member in solidarity

Study:

Which European countries are best for Jews?

First-of-its-kind index combines different measures of Jewish experience to find the best countries in Europe for Jews to live in.

Which European countries are best for Jews?

Europe considers returning to coal in response to Russia

EU nations consider drastic measures as gas supply from Russia dwindles.

Europe considers returning to coal in response to Russia

EU chief:

Russia blocking Ukrainian grain a 'war crime'

European Union’s foreign policy chief blasts Russia for blocking sea exports of Ukrainian grain during global food shortage.

Russia blocking Ukrainian grain a 'war crime'

Israel, EU, Egypt sign MOU to supply natural gas to Europe

Historic agreement will see Israel help Europe reduce its dependence on Russian energy together with Egypt.

Israel, EU, Egypt sign MOU to supply natural gas to Europe

Israel joins EU program which discriminates against Yesha

Govt. ministers approve joining Culture and Media Fund despite ban on use of program's funds over the 'Green Line.'

Israel joins EU program which discriminates against Yesha

Govt. set to join EU fund that discriminates against Yesha

Cabinet to vote today on joining EU Culture and Media Fund despite ban on fund's use over the 'Green Line.'

Govt. set to join EU fund that discriminates against Yesha

More than 80 cases of Monkeypox in 14 countries worldwide

Researchers are having trouble locating the origins of the new virus that has many Europeans worried about another outbreak.

More than 80 cases of Monkeypox in 14 countries worldwide

Austria hosts European Conference on Antisemitism

Summit brings together organizations fighting antisemitism to network, further cooperation and increase reporting of incidents.

Austria hosts European Conference on Antisemitism

Iran considering exporting gas to Europe

The move comes amid soaring energy prices due to Russia's war in Ukraine.

Iran considering exporting gas to Europe

Shaked demands changes to Istanbul Convention

Minister Sa'ar seeks to have Israel ratify treaty addressing violence against women, but Shaked concerned by ramifications on immigration.

Shaked demands changes to Istanbul Convention

WJC calls for permanent EU Working Group to Combat Antisemitism

World Jewish Congress President Ronald S. Lauder calls on Czech gov. to take step upon assuming presidency of the EU Council.

WJC calls for permanent EU Working Group to Combat Antisemitism

European powers warn against 'exploiting' Iran talks

Britain, France and Germany hint at Russia as they warned against moves to "exploit" Iran nuclear negotiations.

European powers warn against 'exploiting' Iran talks

Ukraine War

Zelenskyy: "This may be the last time you see me alive."

The president of Ukraine told a conference of European leaders that Russia has designated him "the number one enemy of their people."

Zelenskyy: "This may be the last time you see me alive."

In Brussels, everything is being done for the glory of Islam.

What message is the EU sending so frantically? That Islam is our future? That Europe is only a supranational political organization? Op-ed.

In Brussels, everything is being done for the glory of Islam.

Storm 'Eunice' hits Europe, leaving at least 14 dead

Storm Eunice wreaks havoc, leaves nearly 200,000 remain without electricity in southern England.

Storm 'Eunice' hits Europe, leaving at least 14 dead

Top EU cardinal receives Abraham Geiger Award

Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich, chair of the Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the EU, honored for support for the Jewish community.

Top EU cardinal receives Abraham Geiger Award

12-year old Italian boy assaulted by teens in antisemitic attack

A 12-year old Italian Jewish boy was attacked by teenagers who kicked him, hit him on the head and yelled antisemitic abuse at him.

12-year old Italian boy assaulted by teens in antisemitic attack

France shuts down Islamist mosque for antisemitic incitement

France closes Islamist mosque in resort town of Cannes for antisemitic incitement and links to two banned Islamist groups.

France shuts down Islamist mosque for antisemitic incitement

Jewish leaders denounce Nazi flag outside Rome church funeral

Jewish leaders in Italy outraged after neo-Nazis draped a Nazi flag over a coffin after a church funeral and also performed Nazi salutes.

Jewish leaders denounce Nazi flag outside Rome church funeral

Poland fires Jewish envoy for calling Holocaust law ‘stupid’

Poland's envoy for the Jewish diaspora calls Polish law regulating Holocaust speech "one of the stupidest amendments that was ever done."

Poland fires Jewish envoy for calling Holocaust law ‘stupid’

Letter to Belgium returned to Israeli marked with swastika

Rishon LeZion resident who sent letter to Belgium receives letter back several months later covered with swastika and antisemitic insult.

Letter to Belgium returned to Israeli marked with swastika