(JNS) The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews has mobilized to raise more than 1 million shekels (about $275,000) in emergency assistance for residents of moshav Mevo Modi’im, a small agricultural community west of Jerusalem near the city of Modi’in. The moshav sustained a massive fire on May 23 that destroyed at least 40
(EJP/JNS) Forty rabbis from all over Europe walked the streets of the German city of Ulm this week, a couple of days after Germany’s anti-Semitism commissioner, Felix Klein, advised Jews against wearing kippot in public areas because of rising anti-Semitism in the country.
The defiant rabbis, all of
(EJP/JNS) Thirty-eight-year-old Michael Freilich, former editor-in-chief of Joods Actueel in Antwerp, a Jewish magazine founded by his grandfather Louis Davids, was elected to a seat in the Belgian parliament.
Freilich, who ran on the list of N-VA (New Flemish Alliance), a right-wing Flemish nationalist
Ahead of the publication, which occupied about a quarter of the front page, Editor-in-Chief Julian Reichelt wrote: “If only one person in our country cannot carry [a] kippa without endangering himself, the answer can only be that we all wear a kippah. The Kippa belongs to Germany!”
For Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to stay on as premier, he had to get the Knesset’s approval for a newly formed government, in the form of a confidence vote.
Netanyahu had the support of 60 Knesset members out of 120, and the opposition had 55 MKs. The wild card was Israel Beiteinu, which
(JNS) The U.S. State Department ordered non-essential personnel at its embassy and at a consulate in Iraq to leave the country amid increasing tensions with Iran.
Visa services will be temporarily suspended at the Baghdad and Erbil posts.
Additionally, the State
(JNS) Amid increasing tensions between the United States and Iran, U.S. President Donald Trump warned that Tehran will “suffer greatly” if “they do anything.”
“We’ll see what happens with Iran. … If they do anything, they will suffer greatly,” Trump told reporters in the Oval Office in
(JNS) U.S. Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Elan Carr warned on Tuesday about anti-Semitism from three different directions.
“In Europe, we have a confluence of anti-Semitism, from ultra-right ethnic supremacist movements to the ultra-left anti-Israel, anti-Zionist movements, to
(Israel Hayom/JNS) Danish police have arrested a man believed to have been involved in the stabbing of Jewish woman in her 60s in the city of Helsingborg in southern Sweden, according to Swedish media reports.
The suspect was arrested after crossing the border into Denmark. His identity has yet to be
(JNS) U.S. President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu celebrated one year since the U.S. relocated its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem on May 14, 2018.
“Today marks the one-year anniversary of the opening of the United States Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel. Our
(JNS) Following a request by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli President Reuven Rivlin has agreed to grant Netanyahu two more weeks to form a coalition.
Netanyahu will now have until May 29 to form a government, or another party will be given the opportunity.
(JNS) U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) doubled down this week her criticism of Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.), who recently said that Palestinians enabled a “safe haven” for Jews after the Holocaust.
Cheney also doubled down on her criticism of Democratic House leadership not condemning Tlaib’s