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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.
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.
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.
The tradition of putting a small paper with a prayer between the cracks of the wall is several centuries old.
The woemn were praying at Jerusalem's Western Wall but ultra-Orthodox protesters tried to stop them.
Members of the Jewish community in Paris speak to Euronews about there growing concerns over anti-semitic violence and crime.
On the 80th anniversary, Euronews traces the roots of the Jewish progrom which signalled the start of the Holocaust.
The Italian capital remembers the 1943 raid of the Ghetto or Rome as Germany prepares to mark the 80th anniversary of the Kristallnacht.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Multiple people have been injured in an explosion at a Jewish festival in Stamford Hill, north London, according to police.
The latest news concerning the inter-Korean meeting, Armenia protests, and the end of Macron's US visit.
People in Berlin will be handed Jewish headgear at an event today. Here's why:
A controversial proposal to outlaw boys being circumcised in Iceland has been slammed by religious leaders across Europe.
The events that motivated the holiday took place during turbulent times in Jewish history.
Thousands of people attended a traditional Jewish blessing at the Western Wall in Jerusalem to celebrate the holiday of Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles).
Tensions remain high in Jerusalem after Israel replaced metal detectors at the al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City with CCTV cameras, hoping to calm days of bloodshed.
It comes as Iran's President Hassan Rouhani met Vladimir Putin on his first official visit to Russia.
There was uproar in the Israeli parliament, the Knesset, on Wednesday – where initial approval was given to a bill which, if it becomes law, would have the effect of silencing the Muslim call to…
As well as reflecting Biblical teaching, the project has a personal resonance to our community. Jews have very recent past experience of being refugees, as some still are as they are unable to practice their religion openly in their country of birth.
Yom Kippur is being observed under heightened security in Jerusalem.
This year, thanks to an unusual calender quirk we can wish Muslims and Jews a happy new year on the same day.
Religious leaders in France called for unity and solidarity after meeting with President Francois Hollande.
More than 70 years after the end of the Second World War, these are dark days for France’s Jews. The fear of being attacked is every present in a