An Island of Tolerance for Jewish Students in England
At the University of Birmingham, the Jewish student body now outnumbers the centuries-old Jewish community in the United Kingdom’s second largest city.
‘Early Warning’ Signs of Rise in Islamic Anti-Semitism in Germany
The report distinguishes between “Islam” the religion and “Islamism,” which it describes as a form of political extremism.
Survivor Ed Mosberg, 93, Braves Cancer to March at Auschwitz
For Mosberg, attending the march is “not any sign of victory. It’s just duty to name the perpetrators—the German nation."
Reliving the Pittsburgh Tragedy After Massacres in New Zealand
To the families that are reeling, I want to say that we in the Jewish community are your siblings; we are all children of Abraham.
In Britain’s Labour Party, Jewish Women Endure the Worst Abuse
The rise of anti-Semitism on the left is causing an all-out war in Corbyn's Labour Party, with four Jewish female parliamentarians caught in the crossfire.
‘We Are Not Aliens’: Jewish Outreach Efforts in Germany
Groundbreaking outreach initiatives like Likrat and Rent-a-Jew are contributing toward normalization of Jews in Germany.