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By MICHAEL WILNER
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Charlotte Knobloch, the former president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany and current head of the Munich Jewish community, has long opposed the stumbling block memorials.
The incident follows two incidents of racist and anti-Semitic graffiti found on the school’s campus since the beginning of the month.
By GABE FRIEDMAN/JTA
Sarah Silverman set out to find out the answer on her show “I Love You, America.”
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF,REUTERS
The Malibu Shalom Institute reported damages to its buildings by a fire that claimed the lives of 25 people.
By ASHLEY LEE
Mercury’s ethnicity has been debated at length since his death at age 45 in 1991 of AIDS-related complications.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
“Freedom of speech is one thing, but with The Washington Post giving a platform to Houthis, a deeply anti-Western and antisemitic terrorist group” wrote Ghanem Nuseibeh.
The resolution was written to “honor the memory of the victims of the attack, and offer condolences to and express support for their families, friends, and community.”
Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas, the special prosecutor overseeing the investigation, told CNN on Thursday that the women fully cooperated with the investigation.
By TOBY AXELROD/JTA
There were 22 loudspeakers set up throughout the field of 2,711 concrete slabs. The names read by the students echoed across the memorial.
Dressed in black, Merkel told Jewish leaders that violence against Jews, blamed on far-right militants or Muslims, was growing in Germany now, eight decades later.
On Wednesday, Macron called Philippe Petain “a great soldier” in speaking to reporters amid criticism over his intention to pay homage to Petain. The war ended 100 years ago this month.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Now, having buried the victims of the first-ever massacre of Jews in the US, one must wonder: has the fourth continent swallowed the antisemitic germ?
By JEREMY SHARON
A survey found that 81 percent of American Jews feel same or more positively towards Israel over last 5-10 years, and that 65 percent are largely unaware of controversies over religious pluralism.
Natan Sharansky discusses the resurgence of national identity around the globe, Europe’s populist parties, Israel and the Diaspora, Donald Trump and the Pittsburgh synagogue attack
By MICHAEL WILNER
79% of Jewish voters chose Democrats, only 17% supported Republicans. Down nearly 10% in two short, if eventful years.
By HALEY COHEN
With America and world Jewry still reeling from the Pittsburgh massacre, developments are under way in the Start-up Nation to help prevent or at least mitigate the next shooting spree.
“Any time that there is any bigotry or antisemitism in that respect, it needs to be called out and addressed."
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
FOZ founder Dr. Mike Evans has worked to mobilize his base to advocate for Israel, fighting media, economic and ideological wars facing the Jewish state and its people.
Macron's plan to honor Petain alongside seven other French marshals who directed military campaigns during World War One, which ended 100 years ago on Nov. 11, has unleashed criticism.
The march was being organized partly by far-right nationalist groups, one of which said it would defy the ban.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced the summit and Netanyahu’s participation at a press conference in Vienna Wednesday morning.
“Does Israel not speak to Hamas? Israel spoke with Arafat, who clearly hated Jews. Does Israel not talk today with different enemies?”
By GIL HOFFMAN
“The murder in a synagogue in the US must be a wake up call for us,” Forer said. “We should call on the Jews of the US to make aliyah.”
11 people were killed during services at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh on October 27th.
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By LAHAV HARKOV
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By TAMARA ZIEVE
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By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
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