(RNS) While the short film doesn’t make Elizabeth, who was just a child, an anti-Semite, it does remind us that in pre-World War II Britain, hatred of Jews and admiration of Nazism were rampant.
America remains buried under three feet of glitter. More than 1,000 people have died during a Ramadan heatwave in Karachi. And an “abortion drone” was spotted dropping pills over conservative Poland. Read on.
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) As chairman of the European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation, Blair hopes in particular to spread its message to students across the continent during the next two years.
Some Jews like to dislike President Obama. They're allowed. But, at least be fair to him.
(RNS) ”Jewish values," Obama said, means caring as well about “a Palestinian child in Ramallah trapped without opportunity.”
NEW YORK (RNS) Jews are hated not because they are bad but because they persist in reminding the world of what it means to be good.
(RNS) Who can deny that so many Poles were willing conspirators with the Nazis in the roundup of Jews and the wholesale destruction of European Jewish life?
Polish anti-Semitism has a long history. Poland should deal with it.
COTTBUS, Germany (RNS) With the city’s backing and unanimous support among evangelical leaders, state officials offered to buy the church for the Jewish community and turn it into a synagogue -- the first in the State of Brandenburg since 1938.
The report found there were 766 recorded incidents against Jewish people in 2014 — the worst year for attacks since 2009.
DENVER (Reuters) Workers at a Jewish community center and a nearby synagogue in Colorado opened envelopes on Monday containing a white substance and at least one threatening message, police said.
WASHINGTON (RNS) The trend of decreasing anti-Semitism in the country has taken a hairpin turn.
(RNS) Jews laughing at themselves, and at Judaism, is an old and even venerable tradition.
There are historical roots to Lena Dunham's comparison of her dog to her Jewish boyfriend. And they are not pretty.
The restoration of the first temple to open in Turkey in two generations comes at a time of fear and tension for a dwindling number of Jews there.