Eighty years after Kristallnacht, Jewish life has become common again in Berlin. More than 30,000 Jews now live in the city, despite anti-Semitism and police protection. Christoph Strack reports on the cautious normalcy.
Soon, the diary will be released in English.
He was the first to call it what it was.
The personal ties between Lieberman and his Russian counterpart Shoygu have been severed, and the Kremlin is rejecting any attempt by Netanyahu to schedule a meeting with Putin.
Pew surveys of 56,000 adults in 34 nations find Western Europeans more willing to have Jewish family members, neighbors than in East; divide in acceptance of Muslims even greater
We're publishing half-year report on anti-Semitism commissioned by the Russian jewish congress and made by '''SOVA''' analytic centre.
Joe Millis travels to central Asia and meets Jerusalem-born and British-educated Rabbi Yeshaya Cohen who presides over the small community in the country
Far-right sentiments exist in Ukraine, but these ultranationalist groupings attract little public support.
Most Israelis, along with their prime minister, are beginning to understand that the crisis with Russia is not a passing matter. But they haven't figured out what the core issue is.
An insightful discussion, sponsored by UJE, took place in Kyiv at the YES Annual Meeting on the topic “Antisemitism in Ukraine: Russian Disinformation and On-the-Ground Reality” on 14 September 2018.
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