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  • Alleged Palestinian terrorist arrested in Athens

    Athens police arrested an alleged Palestinian terrorist accused of being in Greece to plan a major attack in Europe.

  • U.S. Jewish leaders assured on Greece-Israel ties

    Greek officials assured a visiting delegation of American Jewish leaders that relations between Israel and Greece are serious and have nothing to do with the cooling of Israel’s ties with Turkey.

  • Greek mayor in Israel on tourism business

    Salonika Mayor Yannis Boutaris is visiting Israel to learn how to bring more Israeli tourists to Greece’s second largest city.

  • ‘Zorba’ composer declares himself an anti-Semite

    Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis said in a television interview that he is an “anti-Semite and anti-Zionist.”

  • Israel, Greece agree to establish disaster force

    Israel and Greece agreed to set up a regional force to deal with natural disasters following a meeting between the foreign ministers of the two countries.

  • Greek government condemns priest Seraphim

    The Greek government condemned a high-level Orthodox priest for making anti-Semitic statements during a television interview.

  • Leading priest blames Jews for Greece’s problems

    A high-level priest on the morning show of the largest television station in Greece blamed world Jewry for Greece’s financial problems.

  • Greece-Israel relations soar as ties with Turkey fade

    As two Mediterranean democracies in a region dominated by Islamic countries, Greece and Israel have become close over the past six months, ever since ties between Israel and Turkey, Greece’s chief rival, took a nosedive. Until 18 years ago, Greece and Israel didn’t even have diplomatic ties.

  • Greek human rights activists acquitted

    Three Greek human rights activists on trial for speaking out against judges who had acquitted a Holocaust-denying ultranationalist politician were acquitted.

  • Greece’s Jewish museum defaced

    Vandals painted red swastikas on the walls of the Jewish Museum of Greece in Athens.