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"When I talk with European leaders, I always say 'What would you do?'"
Currently, the UK only proscribes Hezbollah’s ‘military wing,’ but not its ‘political wing.’
A discussion was hosted for staff members about the meaning of Sukkot as well as explaining various customs associated with the holiday.
By YVETTE J. DEANE
The London Palestine Action group has claimed responsibility for the posters.
By SARA RUBENSTEIN
The party, beset by allegations of antisemitism, approached the Jewish Museum with a plan to host a speech on the issue, the London-based Jewish Chronicle first reported on Thursday.
Quds Day was initiated by the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1979 to oppose Zionism and the existence of Israel.
By JOSH DELL
The evening culminated in a star-studded climax performed by band Balkan Beat Box featuring musicians including trio A-WA and singers Gili Yalo and Shai Tsabari.
The story of how an old fortress, palace and place of law, torture and incarceration was also a place of refuge for British Jews.
By ILANIT CHERNICK
People at the bonfire “shrieked and panicked,” and others “trampled on one another.”
Site acted as both haven and prison for medieval community members.
Shalom Bagels has been a London hallmark for over 30 years.
The mural was described as perpetuating "antisemitic propaganda about conspiratorial Jewish domination of financial and political institutions."
By EYTAN HALON
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