europe and israel

EU-Israel agreements face challenges with new government

European Parliament Subcommittee on Human Rights expected to vote on Wednesday on resolution on prospects for two-state solution.

EU slams Israel on settlements, Temple Mount after council meeting

The EU-Israel Association Council had met annually since its inception in 2000, but meetings were suspended after 2012 amid Netanyahu's leadership.

Israel Elections: Will meeting with the EU help or harm Lapid? - analysis

If the meeting goes well, the timing for Lapid – just a month before the election – could prove very fortuitous. In making high-profile trips abroad just before an election, Lapid is taking a page ou


ELNET - The European Leadership Network, brings the European angle to the Jerusalem Post Conference

ELENT is a non profit organization that brings together key leaders who believe in the importance of close relations between Europe and Israel, based on shared democratic values and common interests


Attacks on Jews, as Jews, are always antisemitic

Antisemitism has a long and sordid history of incitement to hatred and dehumanization of Jews. There is no excuse for it, regardless of what is happening elsewhere in the world.

Anti-Israel Germany

New antisemitism in Europe connected to Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Israeli flags were burned outside 2 German synagogues, and ‘Free Palestine’ was painted on another in Spain.

Burning Israeli flag

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.


Israel, Spain share knowledge on COVID vaccine, marking close relations

The event was hosted by the Spanish Senate's Health and Consumer Commission and organized by ELNET, a nonprofit dedicated to strengthening Europe-Israel relations.

A CHILD plays in the sensory therapy room at Beit Issie Shapiro.

Israeli disabled peoples' NGO invited to speak at European conference

The conference addressed the coronavirus vaccine's accessibility in many European countries, highlighting the challenge of providing the vaccine to people with disabilities and their caregivers.

Park-goers play chess at the chess tables donated by the Israeli embassy in Kiev to mark 30 years to

Two cities in Europe symbolically mark Holocaust, Tu Bishvat with trees

"We are fighting against anyone who's ever said that we don't need to remember, that we can forget. We cannot, it is our duty," said the German mayor.

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