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Poland's foreign ministry condemned an attack on Israeli students at a Warsaw nightclub on Saturday.
The Pew Research Centre highlighted that although religious restrictions remain higher in the Middle East-North Africa region, the biggest increases over the last decade have been in Europe and sub-Saharan Africa.
44% of young Europeans Jews face antisemitic harassment and almost half don't wear clothing identified with their religion because of fears over their safety, a new EU report found.
This cemetery, which contains more than 1,600 gravesites, is one of only two Jewish graveyards remaining in Cuba. Many Jewish families left the island after the 1959 revolution, leaving their dead in the care of those who remained.
New trove of father's letters released to mark Anne Frank's 90th birthday
In a letter sent to the Unicode Consortium — a non-profit that approves new emojis — the Conference of European Rabbis said a fight against anti-semitism "starts with the small things", namely a new emoji that could represent the Jewish faith.
Polish far-right supporters protested against a US law that calls for the restitution of Jewish property.
A worshipper at the California synagogue where a gunman opened fire, killing one woman, has told how he confronted the teenage shooter.
A town in Poland has been criticised after locals beat and burned a Judas effigy that was made to look like a stereotypical Orthodox Jew.
The stone used to lie in a synagogue at the same location which the Nazis burnt down in 1940.
Building workers in Belarus have uncovered the remains of almost 800 bodies in a mass grave at a site of a former Jewish ghetto
"Anti-Semitism remains pervasive across the EU and has become disturbingly normalised"
Seventy years on from the Holocaust, Brexit is pushing thousands of British Jews to seek a German passport.
It comes as concerns grow over the rise of anti-semitism in Germany and around Europe.
More than 100,000 Dutch Jews were killed during the Second World War.
Germany and Austria leaders mark the 80th anniversary of the Kristallnacht, the ‘night of broken glass’ at a Berlin Synagogue
Hate crimes against France's Jewish community, Europe's biggest, rose by 69% in 2018 after two years of falls. The statistics have moved the French prime minister to set up special measures to tackle the problem.
At a service to commemorate Lithuania's devastated Jewish community under the Nazis the Pope has spoken of the dangers of a rebirth of anti-Semitism
Wagner, whose operas are hailed as musical masterpieces, was Adolf Hitler’s favourite composer, with Nazi followers embracing his anti-Semitic writings and ideology.
A new exhibition the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust tells the story of Jewish children who managed to escape Hitler's death camp but at a very high price
Thousands of Israel's minority Druze community held a rally in Tel Aviv to protest against a new nationality law that they say will sideline non-Jewish Israelis
Cyclist Gino Bartali helped around 800 Jews escape the holocaust because he smuggled fake documents in the frame of his bike. He pretended to be training but was carrying messages and photographs for passports to the Italian Resistance
Demonstrations follow viral video of an attack on a man wearing the Jewish cap
People in Berlin will be handed Jewish headgear at an event today. Here's why:
Mireille Knoll's burned and stabbed body was found three days ago in her apartment in the eleventh arrondissement. Jewish communities have reacted strongly to her murder.
CST has released figures suggesting 2017 was a record year for anti-Semitic incidents in the UK.