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Dr. Mike Evans recounts being at the scene of Colleyville terrorist attack

Dr. Mike Evans, founder of Friends of Zion Museum, recounts witnessing the Colleyville synagogue hostage crisis up close.

Dr. Mike Evans recounts Texas synagogue attackplayer

Canadian Jewish org honors Raoul Wallenberg with exhibit

Abraham Global Peace Initiative launches Power of One exhibit in Vancouver, Canada honoring the life and legacy of Raoul Wallenberg.

Canadian Jewish org honors Raoul Wallenberg with exhibit

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Letter denounces recent antisemitic incidents in Boise, Idaho

Letter signed by 23 religious and human rights organizations condemns recent spree of antisemitic incidents in Boise, Idaho.

Letter denounces recent antisemitic incidents in Boise, Idaho

British rabbi warns of sharp uptick in antisemitism in London

Leader of Stamford Hill Shomrim says that antisemitism has increased significantly over the past year in many London neighborhoods.

British rabbi warns of sharp uptick in antisemitism in London

Rabbi behind weekly 'Dvar Malchus' booklets passes away

Rabbi Tuvia Peles, senior Chabad-Lubavitch hasid and the man behind the 'Dvar Malchus' booklets, dead at 73.

Rabbi behind weekly 'Dvar Malchus' booklets passes away

New Hollywood museum slammed for erasing Jewish history

Los Angeles museum on the history of Hollywood under fire for not covering the US film industry's Jewish founding fathers in its exhibits.

New Hollywood museum slammed for erasing Jewish history

Swiss Jews meet with Zurich mayor over suspected Nazi-linked art collection

Controversial collection was previously denounced by Swiss Jewish community for containing works of art stolen by Nazis from French Jews.

Swiss Jews in talks over suspected Nazi-linked art collection

In wake of Texas hostage crisis, ADL calls for more federal aid for community security

The ADL is urging Congress to increase federal security funding to Jewish institutions in the wake of the Texas synagogue hostage crisis.

ADL calls for more federal aid for bolstering community security

Suspected betrayer of Anne Frank identified

Researchers say Jewish notary was likely behind betrayal of Anne Frank to the Nazis - a betrayal motivated by desire to save his own family.

Suspected betrayer of Anne Frank identified

Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch leads Germany’s Jews into an uncertain future

89-year-old Holocaust survivor and president of the Jewish community of Munich says Germany's Jews 'need to hang in for better days'.

Charlotte Knobloch leads Germany’s Jews into an uncertain future

Canadian Jewish group urges more security following Texas incident

Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs calls for more security for Jewish institutions following hostage incident in Texas.

Jewish group urges more security following Texas incident

Texas Rabbi: In the last hour of our crisis, the gunman became increasingly belligerent

Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker of Congregation Beth Israel says hostages were prepared to act as the gunman became more threatening.

'In the last hour, gunman became increasingly belligerent'

Bennett speaks with rabbi held hostage in synagogue standoff

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett Speaks with Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker of Congregation Beth Israel, Colleyville, Texas.

Bennett speaks with rabbi held hostage in synagogue standoff

Tu B'Shvat in the UAE

Jewish community in the UAE marks the first annivesary of the Jewish Educational Campus, in a festive planting event with KKL-JNF.

Tu B'Shvat in the UAE

Bennett to World Jewry after Texas hostage crisis: You are not alone

Israeli PM responds to hostage crisis at Texas synagogue: Stark reminder dark forces of antisemitism still exist.

Bennett to World Jewry after hostage crisis: You are not aloneplayer

OU 'closely monitoring' crisis situation at Texas synagogue

OU: We will continue to work to ensure that members all faith communities can exercise the freedom to worship with freedom from fear.

OU 'closely monitoring' crisis situation at Texas synagogue

WJC President: The attack on Texas synagogue is an attack on all of us

WJC President Ronald S. Lauder expresses solidarity with Colleyville, Texas Jewish community.

'The attack on Texas synagogue is an attack on all of us'

Oldest Canadian and Jew passes away at 114 years old

Cecile Klein, who was the world's oldest Jew and Canadian, passed away on January 13.

Oldest Canadian and Jew passes away at 114 years old

Rabbi Zushe Posner, longtime Chabad-Lubavitch senior educator and emissary, dies at 85

Rabbi Zushe Posner, one of twelve men sent by Lubavitcher Rebbe to Kfar Chabad, passes away at 85, following an illness.

Rabbi Zushe Posner, Chabad-Lubavitch educator, dies at 85

Man who set police car on fire outside Florida Chabad arrested

Suspected arsonist in custody after police cruiser parked outside Lauderhill, Florida Chabad synagogue set on fire on Wednesday night.

Man who set police car on fire outside Florida Chabad arrested

Jewish camps file discrimination lawsuit against Catskills town

Eight Orthodox Jewish camps in Wawarsing, NY are claiming that land use restrictions were put in place to force them to move elsewhere.

Jewish camps file discrimination lawsuit against Catskills town

ZOA blasts historian for comparing Jan 6 capitol riot to Holocaust

ZOA President Morton Klein calls popular historian Douglas Brinkley's statement a "ridiculous, absurd, breathtakingly insensitive analogy."

ZOA blasts historian for comparing Jan 6 riot to Holocaust

Portugal opens inquiry into Roman Abramovich’s citizenship

Agency that granted Russian-Israeli billionaire Portuguese citizenship now investigating "possible irregularity" in application.

Portugal opens inquiry into Roman Abramovich’s citizenship

Honorary chair of Turkish Jewish community passes away

Bensiyon Pinto, the honorary chair of the Turkish Jewish community, has passed away at the age of 85.

Honorary chair of Turkish Jewish community passes away

USC to combat antisemitism on campus

USC to form Advisory Committee on Jewish Life, include Jewish representation in DEI efforts.

USC to combat antisemitism on campus

Employer tells UK security instructor ‘not to wear kippah’

London Krav Maga instructor told not to wear his kippah and to remove Israeli flag from room during his online martial arts classes.

Employer tells UK security instructor ‘not to wear kippah’

Boston professor under fire for classroom Nazi salute

Emerson College prof allegedly made the gesture during what he said was a parody of the Nazis while speaking about a German photographer.

Boston professor under fire for classroom Nazi salute

New Jersey yeshiva principal resigns abruptly amid allegations of past sexual abuse

Top rabbi at modern Orthodox yeshiva in New Jersey resigns abruptly following allegations of sexual abuse 30 years ago.

NJ yeshiva principal quits amid allegations of past sexual abuse

Jewish Temple University student targeted by roommate

Jewish student at Temple University shocked to receive antisemitic text from new roommate.

Jewish Temple University student targeted by roommate

Platform allows visitors to digitally tour historic Hungarian synagogues

Federation of Hungarian Jewish Communities launches digital platform for visitors to take virtual tours of Hungary's historic synagogues.

Platform allows visitors to digitally tour Hungarian synagogues

UK chief rabbi calls for action by Jewish community on climate change

British Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis is urging the UK Jewish community to take action on climate change.

UK chief rabbi calls for community action on climate change

At U.S. Senate, a Senior Chabad Rabbi Offers Prayer for the Nation

Rabbi Moshe Feller opens a session in the Capitol for the tenth time

At U.S. Senate, Senior Chabad Rabbi Offers Prayer for the Nation

New Jersey law will allow Hatzolah paramedics to respond to emergencies

New rules will allow Hatzolah paramedics to respond to emergencies using their own vehicles and to operate in mobile intensive care units.

NJ law will allow Hatzolah paramedics to respond to emergencies

Berlin launches antisemitism awareness campaign

Campaign seeks to encourage Berlin residents to “look, recognize, act” if they see antisemitism taking place.

Berlin launches antisemitism awareness campaign

Portraits of Holocaust survivors to be placed in Buckingham Palace

Portraits of seven Holocaust survivors will be painted and on display in Buckingham Palace as commissioned by Prince Charles.

Holocaust survivor portraits to be placed in Buckingham Palace

Build a Happy Family, Get Rid of Machlokusim, and Live a Truly Meaningful Life

Hilchos Bein Adam L'Chaveiro Online Program: Build a Happy Family, Get Rid of Machlokusim and Live a Truly Meaningful Life

Build a Happy Family and Live a Truly Meaningful Life

Jewish museums team up to create new tool for researching Holocaust victims

Israel's Holocaust authority to make its records publicly available in online genealogy database.

Jewish museums create new tool for researching Holocaust victims

Neo-Nazi gets seven years in jail for threatening ADL, reporters

The leader of a neo-Nazi group has been given a seven year sentence in federal prison for threatening ADL employees and journalists.

Neo-Nazi gets seven years in jail for threatening ADL, reporters

Jewish leaders denounce Nazi flag outside Rome church funeral

Jewish leaders in Italy outraged after neo-Nazis draped a Nazi flag over a coffin after a church funeral and also performed Nazi salutes.

Jewish leaders denounce Nazi flag outside Rome church funeral

Suburban Toronto park defaced with antisemitic graffiti

Graffiti consisting of a swastika and the phrase "Seig Heil" spotted on signs at a Markham park removed by the city parks department.

Suburban Toronto park defaced with antisemitic graffiti

Suspect arrested in NYC attack on Jewish man wearing IDF sweatshirt

NYPD have arrested a 27-year old man in connection with the December antisemitic assault of a Jewish man wearing an IDF sweatshirt.

Suspect arrested in NYC attack on Jewish man wearing IDF shirt

Three Montreal Jewish schools shut down by Quebec government

The government of Quebec has ordered three Orthodox schools in Montreal, Canada to close for not following COVID measures.

Three Montreal Jewish schools shut down by Quebec government

30 Nazi propaganda films - available on Amazon

Jewish advocacy group slams Amazon upon discovery that 30 Nazi films are available in full without disclaimers or editorial comments.

30 Nazi propaganda films - available on Amazon player

California Holocaust memorial fountain overturned for 2nd time in two years

Santa Rosa cemetery memorial to victims of the Holocaust badly damaged for second time in two years.

California Holocaust memorial damaged for 2nd time in two years

NYC ATM gives woman bills stamped with swastika and Nazi eagle

Woman getting cash from Upper East Side ATM shocked to find Nazi symbols on two $100 bills.

NYC ATM gives woman bills stamped with swastika and Nazi eagle

American students to learn of life under rocket threat

Dr. Friedman discusses his new university course on the Arab-Israeli conflict in a joint endeavor for Israeli and Maryland students.

American students to learn of life under rocket threat

Poland fires Jewish envoy for calling Holocaust law ‘stupid’

Poland's envoy for the Jewish diaspora calls Polish law regulating Holocaust speech "one of the stupidest amendments that was ever done."

Poland fires Jewish envoy for calling Holocaust law ‘stupid’

120 celebs sign letter against BDS boycott of Sydney Festival

120 members of the entertainment industry, including KISS frontman Gene Simmons, sign a letter blasting boycott of the 2022 Sydney Festival.

120 celebs sign letter against BDS boycott of Sydney Festival

Letter to Belgium returned to Israeli marked with swastika and antisemitic slur

Rishon LeZion resident who sent letter to Belgium receives letter back several months later covered with swastika and antisemitic insult.

Letter to Belgium returned to Israeli marked with swastika

Jewish groups rally for victims of deadly Bronx fire

Masbia, SAR Academy, Riverdale Jewish Center step up to assist victims of New York City's deadliest fire in 30 years.

Jewish groups rally for victims of deadly Bronx fireplayer

Fire that burned down San Jose Chabad house may have been hate crime

Fire that destroyed San Jose Chabad house, which was vandalized days later, may have been set deliberately, security footage reveals.

Fire that burned down San Jose Chabad may have been hate crime

Racheli must be flown for surgery

Racheli is only a 10-year-old girl, but she suffers from a rare medical problem and begs us to save her life!

Racheli must be flown for surgery

New project aims to renew only Jewish cemetery in Arab Gulf

Association of Gulf Jewish Communities launches project to renew century-old Jewish cemetery in Bahrain .

New project aims to renew only Jewish cemetery in Arab Gulf

Bar-Ilan University, WZO launch study program for Diaspora high school students

Participants will be eligible to earn academic credit from Bar-Ilan University.

Bar-Ilan, WZO launch study program for Diaspora high schoolers

Diaspora rabbis, communal leaders thank PM for reopening Israel

350 rabbis and community leaders thank Prime Minister Bennett for reopening Israel to travel.

Diaspora rabbis, communal leaders thank PM for reopening Israel




























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