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The Human Rights International Humanitarian Law Secretariat failed to cut its ties to terrorist organizations.
Palestinians on social media blasted the Swiss initiative as a “waste of money.”
Switzerland last month began looking into whether a former government minister, now dead, had struck a covert deal with the PLO.
In recent years, Davos hoteliers have depended on a haredi clientele who flock there during the summer months, during the skiing region’s off-season.
“It is not commonplace for Jews in Zurich to be threatened on the street in such a manner."
Education Ministry inspectors found teachers and school officials heavily censoring books and pictures, deleting references to reproduction and child protection helpline contact details.
He had previously been sentenced in 2013 for a similar assault.
By SHOSHANA KRANISH
Basel Art Museum owns 120 drawings and prints potentially worth millions of dollars, that belonged to Curt Glaser.
Fricker’s alleged belittling of the Holocaust triggered outrage in Switzerland, causing him to resign on Saturday.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
"I realized that despite the damning evidence and anger against her, she was probably a tolerant person who, for lack of tact, was being pilloried internationally with devastating consequences."
By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
“We do not tolerate discrimination of any kind. We can confirm that the property in question is no longer available on Booking.com,” said a representative of the popular website.
The hotel manager apologized, but added that Jews were the only guests causing problems.
The measure was introduced by Christian Imark, a National Council deputy from the conservative Swiss People’s Party. It passed 111- 78.
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