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First 'stolpersteine' stumbling blocks inaugurated in Denmark by artist Gunter Demnig.
The victim, a woman in her 60s, sustained critical injuries and is in stable condition in the hospital. The reports about the arrest did not offer additional information on the suspect.
She said that the risks of antisemitism are seen “everyday” and stated that Europe and Denmark “face new antisemitism,”
Agriculture Minister in Denmark Dan Jorgensen banned ritual slaughter of animals without pre-stunning.
By SAM SOKOL
A growing number of countries have restricted ritual slaughter under the guise of animal welfare.
By ELIYAHU FEDERMAN
Days after Denmark passed a racist law banning Kosher meat slaughtering as “cruel to animals,” it showed everyone what real cruelty to animals is.
By MICHAEL WIDLANSKI
Animal rights come before religion, states agriculture and food minister; Kantor:
Move is an attack on Jewish religious practice.
Zoological center will attempt to mate the female anteater with a male that already resides at the Ramat Gan Safari.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Danish authorities in the end reject complaint against Carmi Gilon; Foreign Ministry calls complaint “unsubstantiated and politically motivated.”
By HERB KEINON
In his insightful interview with Danish Ambassador Jesper Vahr, Michael Freund allows at least one important bias to slip by.
By JERUSALEM POST READERS
Israeli swimmer takes silver medal in the 400-meters individual medley final in Herning, Denmark.
By ALLON SINAI
Danish Crown Prince Frederik, who was in Israel this week for the 70th anniversary commemoration of the rescue of Danish Jews during the Holocaust, may have paved the way for other Scandinavian royals to also pay a visit to the Holy Land.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
"We shall never forget this historic act," Peres tells Crown Prince Frederik.
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