Air planes of German carrier Lufthansa are parked at the airport in Frankfurt

Dozens of Jews removed from Lufthansa flight over COVID-19 masks

“Lufthansa regrets the circumstances surrounding the decision to exclude affected passengers from the flight," the airline said after the unusual incident.

TAU, German university to open joint interfaith studies center

The center will conduct research on the history of religious diversity and conflict in pluralistic societies, as well as  current issues within these societies.

Air planes of German carrier Lufthansa are parked at the airport in Frankfurt

Swastika found painted on Torah ark at Frankfurt Airport prayer room

Frankfurt Airport, one of the world's busiest, was where many Israelis were stranded during the COVID-19 pandemic as they waited for a flight to return home.

Femke Halsema, mayor of Amsterdam

Amsterdam mayor accuses Netanyahu of hurting fight against antisemitism

“You are allowed to criticize the policy of the Netherlands. People should also be allowed to criticize the policy of the state of Israel.”

Passengers at the Departure hall at the Ben Gurion Airport, near Tel Aviv on December 14, 2020.

Coronavirus: Where can Israelis fly now that the skies are reopening?

The cities of New York, Paris, Frankfurt, and Kiev - and possibly London - will be open to vaccinated Israelis come Sunday.

Israeli passengers wait to board the Lufthansa flight intended to bring them back to Israel, Februar

'Peanuts and water': Dire conditions for Israelis stranded in Frankfurt

The experience of the rescue flight was "a complete disaster," leaving 80 Israelis to fend for themselves.

Hundreds of Israelis stuck in Russia, Ukraine, UK due to airport closure

Currently, the only regular flights to Israel fly from Frankfurt or New York, after the government shut down all commercial flights into Israel on January 25.

El Al plane

El Al to offer flights to and from NYC, Frankfurt amid restrictions

The flights will be available as free options for those whose flights were canceled after January 25.

Frankfurt skyline

Mayors across the world join forces to combat antisemitism, hate

“Antisemitism is not an abstract threat. It takes place in cities, counties, and towns all around the world. We must confront antisemitism where it takes place," Frankfurt Mayor Uwe Becker said.

New Jewish studies program launches at large Frankfurt university

The new program is named for Buber and his colleague Franz Rosenzweig, who together established the Free Jewish Teaching House in Frankfurt.

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