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Publishing pulled on controversial Anne Frank cold case book
'The Betrayal of Anne Frank: A Cold Case Investigation' landed in Europe's bookstores on January 18 to a mixed reception and mounting scrutiny about the claims it makes.
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Get your seder plates and gardening gear ready: it's time to celebrate Tu Bishvat.
Giant lego menorah in Budapest
Hungarian Jews celebrated Hanukkah by lighting candles on a Lego menorah in their Buda Castle religious house.
Jerusalem: Western Wall notes cleared ahead of Jewish New Year
Prayer notes were removed Wednesday ahead of the Jewish New Year from between the stones of the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
Discover the centuries-old culture of Mountain Jews in Azerbaijan
Located at the foot of the Greater Caucasus, Krasnaya Sloboda in Azerbaijan is a Jewish settlement that has existed for centuries. We discover the life of the mountain Jews there with a museum dedicated to them.
'Kosh-Armani' Cuisine: Dubai opens its very first kosher restaurant
Kosher cuisine comes to Dubai thanks to closer relations between the UAE and Israel. For restaurants in Dubai that means competition to offer food which complies with Jewish Dietary laws. Chef Fabien Fayolle at the Armani Hotel in Dubai’s Burj Khalifa is no exception.
Jewish and Muslim leaders in joint visit to Nazi death camp Auschwitz
The historic visit comes ahead of commemorations to mark 75 years since its liberation.
Hannukah: Germany's Jews celebrate start of Festival of Lights
Berlin's Jewish community on Sunday celebrated the start of Hannukah, the Festival of Lights.
The long voyage of expelled Sephardic Jews back to Spain
More than 130,000 descendants of Sephardic Jews from all over the world have applied for the Spanish nationality.
Cleaning operation at Western Wall in Jerusalem
Twice a year, Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitch of the Western Wall oversees the collection of thousands of notes to ensure there's always room for more
Ashura reminds us that Islam is an integral part of the Abrahamic tradition ǀ View
Many of the events that unite Judaism, Christianity and Islam are eclipsed by divisive or even downright racist rhetoric pushed out by the far-right. First amongst these events is Ashura, which falls today.
Sole synagogue in Lithuania's capital Vilnius shuts over safety fears
The move follows what the Lithuanian Jewish Community called “rising tension and incitement” in the wake of the city council’s vote to rename a street that had been named in honour of a Hitler ally.
Lifting the veil: Jerusalem exhibition aims to explain religious dress
The exhibition delves into the similarities and differences between the various veils worn by some Muslims, Jews and Christians who all walk the streets of Jerusalem.
Clean out of written prayers from cracks of Jerusalem's Western Wall
The tradition of putting a small paper with a prayer between the cracks of the wall is several centuries old.
Ultra-Orthdox Jews try to block women's rally in Jerusalem
The woemn were praying at Jerusalem's Western Wall but ultra-Orthodox protesters tried to stop them.
Kristallnacht: fears grow in France over anti-semetic violence
Members of the Jewish community in Paris speak to Euronews about there growing concerns over anti-semitic violence and crime.
Kristallnacht: the night the Nazis killed Jews and destroyed synagogues
On the 80th anniversary, Euronews traces the roots of the Jewish progrom which signalled the start of the Holocaust.
Rome remembers 'Black Saturday'
The Italian capital remembers the 1943 raid of the Ghetto or Rome as Germany prepares to mark the 80th anniversary of the Kristallnacht.
Climate of fear as antisemitism rises in Europe
Antisemitiism in Europe, including physical attacks on Jews, is increasing with more incidents of hate crime being reported to the authorities. The sources and causes of this new wave of anti-Jewish hostility are causing deep debate.
Link between antisemitism and migration unproven, analyst tells Euronews
Antisemitism researcher Nonna Mayer says while sporadic acts of violence by migrants on Jews grab the headlines, far right extremists are to blame for the vast majority of antisemitic incidents.
Antisemitism pushing jews out of their homes in France
A wave of hate crime against Jews is forcing many to take extra security measures. Some are even considering what had once been unimaginable to them -- moving to Israel.
Antisemitism incidents fuel migrant debate in Germany
After a spate of antisemitic attacks Germany's 100,000 strong Jewish community is becoming increasingly anxious about a new wave of hate crime. There are fears that it may be linked to an upsurge in migration from Muslim countries hostile to Israel.
Watch: Explosion at Jewish festival, 10 injured
Multiple people have been injured in an explosion at a Jewish festival in Stamford Hill, north London, according to police.
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Berlin march against anti-semitism: 4 questions answered
People in Berlin will be handed Jewish headgear at an event today. Here's why:
Jewish leaders hit out over Iceland’s plans to ban boys’ circumcision
A controversial proposal to outlaw boys being circumcised in Iceland has been slammed by religious leaders across Europe.