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In an unprecedented move, Britain’s chief rabbi warned ahead of the country’s general elections that the Labour Party’s anti-Semitism problem means that the “very soul of our nation is at stake.”
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy met with representatives of US Jewish organizations in New York.
Poland's prime minister has outraged the Jewish community by saying compensation for property seized during World War II would represent a posthumous triumph for Adolf Hitler.
Giuseppe Conte delivered the speech at the Great Synagogue of Rome before several hundred Jewish students and young professionals from the Former Soviet Union.
The Bishop of Tarnow claimed he cannot name the nation responsible for a smear campaign against the church as he would be attacked on all sides.
BDS supporter Martin Breidert was slated to speak at the city-funded Übersee-Museum on Thursday on the topic: ''Is criticism of the policies of the state of Israel antisemitic?''
The leaders of three of the four major Jewish religious streams were not invited to a White House briefing on issues “impacting the community,” nor was the Jewish community’s leading civil rights advocacy group.
Volodymyr Zelensky will face Petro Poroshenko in a run-off on April 21
A extreme right-wing nationalistic Polish newspaper ran an article on its front page with instructions to readers on “how to recognize a Jew.”
The Polish government is reconsidering whether to exhume human remains at a World War II-era site where Jews were burned alive by Polish neighbors.
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