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By ILANIT CHERNICK,GIL HOFFMAN
The power couple are going on Shlichut to North America with World Mizrachi.
By ADAM MILSTEIN
Today’s antisemitism manifests as a three-headed monster that spews its vile bigotry through the radical Right, the radical Left, and radical Islam.
By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
Chaya Shurkin, 25, a native of Lakewood, was charged with child endangerment, the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office said on Monday.
By CURT SCHLEIER/JTA
The Nazis burned most of the records on Alderney, so there was no telling how many prisoners were killed there.
By MARCY OSTER/JTA
The main outlet for kosher food, Roseman’s Delicatessen, reportedly denied rumors earlier this year that it was closing down.
By TOBY AXELROD/JTA
In Dusseldorf, Rabbi Chaim Barkahn told the German news agency dpa that he was insulted with antisemitic slurs and followed on the street.
By BEN SALES/JTA
Before becoming director of Berlin’s Jewish Museum, Schafer was known as perhaps the preeminent Jewish studies scholar in Germany.
By ALEX WINSTON
It was reportedly the largest single donation to a UK university.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Science and Technology Minister Ofir Akunis joined Dr. Mike Evans in saying “No to antisemitism” at the Jerusalem Post Conference in New York on Sunday.
The congresswoman’s critics, mostly but not exclusively on the right, said Ocasio-Cortez has to know that using the term “concentration camp” invariably invites comparisons to the Nazis.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
The US ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, responded on Twitter to Annen by writing his 133,000 followers: " Iranians aren’t allowed to be on twitter..."
By ROSSELLA TERCATIN
Speaking at Cambridge Union, Mahathir Mohamad said that he would invade Israel if he could.
The representatives of over 30 governments and 50 Jewish communities gathered in the Romanian city for the meeting.
A Wisconsin judge ruled Monday that Pozner had been defamed by authors James Fetzer and Mike Palacek. A trial to decide damages has been set for October.
The Senator for Urban Development and Housing in Berlin, Katrin Lompscher, said the five-year freeze, which was originally planned to take effect in January 2020, would apply retroactively.
By ILANIT CHERNICK
It’s estimated that 5,000 Jews were massacred at the site, as well as several Red Army prisoners of war and resistance fighters.
By AMY SPIRO
After initial defense, actor deletes image and apologizes.
By DAVID LAZARUS/JTA
Some Jewish-majority municipalities have passed motions promising never to enforce the law, which has seen months of acrimonious debate and public hearings.
The newspaper and other media said Farca had posted online that he wanted to mimic the gunman in the San Diego incident, "except with a Nazi uniform on."
By HENRY BENJAMIN/JTA
Immigration New Zealand, an official government website, published a fact sheet with a map of the Middle East that showed a “Palestine,” but not Israel.
By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
Organized by the World Jewish Congress and the local government, the summit included Elan Carr from the U.S. and Katharina von Schnurbein, EU Commission’s first coordinator on combating antisemitism.
For centuries, the island was home to numerous thriving Jewish communities. Jewish life came to an end when Jews were expelled from Spain in 1492.
The Kosher Food Lifeline is designed to help the at least 215 food agencies in 24 states that provide food to individuals and families.
"People need to see someone who looks like them to be able to envision themselves in roles," Melissa Hyatt says.
By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
Roberta Kaplan, the lead counsel on one case that changed U.S. history — upholding the rights of same-sex spouses — wants to make history again.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
By YOSSI MELMAN/MAARIV, JERUSALEM POST STAFF
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By HERB KEINON
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