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  • Report finds rise in anti-Semitism

    A long-awaited report on European anti-Semitism confirms that it is a growing problem across the continent — but dances around the politically sensitive question of who is responsible.

  • E.U. report pushes ‘road map

    E.U. lawmakers sympathetic to Israel are criticizing a European Parliament report that urges Israel and the Palestinians to implement the “road map” peace plan because of the way the report deals with terrorism and because it suggests an international for

  • Europe´s young Jews party and debate

    European Jewish students gathered in Greece recently for an annual week of Jewish culture, debate, reflection and fun.

  • New plan to help return looted art

    A member of the European Parliament is proposing that governments across the Continent adopt common laws and standards to solve the longstanding problem of Nazi-looted art. If a proposal passes, it would be the first time that looted art has been addresse

  • Belgian Jews relieved after law changed

    Belgian Jews are breathing sighs of relief after the country narrowed a controversial law that allowed Belgian courts to try foreigners for alleged crimes against humanity. The law, which led to lawsuits against Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and the

  • E.U. may check Palestinian terror funding

    The European Union has taken an important step toward investigating whether its donations to the Palestinian Authority are being used to fund terrorism.