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Germany detains suspects for stoning synagogue, burning Israeli flags

Police said three men in their early 20s were detained on Tuesday night and released after admitting to throwing stones at the window of a synagogue in the city of Bonn and burning an Israeli flag.

By REUTERS
12/05/2021

German antisemitism chief calls for ban on Star of David at COVID protests

Klein stressed that antisemitic groups that previously had little interaction with each other were suddenly joining up at anti-coronavirus-regulation protests.

09/05/2021

Morocco recalls its ambassador to Berlin over Western Sahara

The German embassy in Rabat was not immediately available to comment.

By REUTERS
06/05/2021

Far-right crime hits record high in Germany

Violent crimes classified as political in nature rose by nearly 20% year-on-year to 3,365 and included 11 murders and 13 attempted murders, Seehofer said.

By REUTERS
04/05/2021

Germany arrests suspect over hate mail using neo-Nazi acronym

The main surviving member of the gang was sentence to life imprisonment in 2018.

By REUTERS
04/05/2021

Berlin bans annual Al-Quds march that protests Israel

Jewish and pro-Israel groups have tried for years to have the march banned as a purely anti-Semitic demonstration. It is illegal in Germany to call for the destruction of Israel.

By TOBY AXELROD/JTA
01/05/2021
The damaged door of a synagogue is seen in Halle, Germany October 10, 2019, after two people were ki

Jewish center torched in Moscow, synagogue vandalized in Germany

The perpetrators also spray-painted a swastika on the structure and the word “death.”

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
29/04/2021
A Ghadr 1 class Shahab 3 long range missile is prepared for launch during a test from an unknown loc

Iran still seeks mass destruction weapons - German intelligence report

'Additional focus of Iran’s intelligence is the observation of and fight against opposition groups domestically and abroad.'

Germany restitutes medieval painting stolen by Nazis to rightful heirs

A painting depicting St. Florian of Lorch, also known as the patron saint of Linz, Austria, was restituted to the heirs of A.S. Drey, a Jewish art dealership that operated in Munich and New York.

Guard tower at Stutthof concentration camp

Germany won’t prosecute former concentration camp guard deported from US

German prosecutors said they had insufficient evidence to prosecute the 95-year-old man for the suspicion of involvement in Nazi war crimes.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
23/04/2021
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