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Denmark

Henri Goldstein: “I’ve had a good life as a Jew in Denmark, but there are concerns”

In connection with the publication of his memoirs, entitled "Fragments of a Danish-Jewish Life", the President of the Jewish community of Denmark, Henri Goldstein gave an interview to the Kristeligt Dagblad newspaper.

Danish MP receives prestigious award for supporting Israel

The Jerusalem Prize, given annually to a leading local public figure who...

Jewish Community of Denmark mobilises to help refugees

The Jewish Community of Denmark is providing support for Ukrainian refugees and raising funds to aid the ones arriving to the country.

Danish government announces initiatives to combat antisemitism

The Danish government announced that it will be implementing 15 initiatives in response to mounting antisemitism.

Danish extremist guilty of Jewish cemetery vandalism

A Danish court sentenced Ragnar Spleth Loobrok of the neo-Nazi Nordic Resistance Movement to one year unconditional imprisonment for vandalizing the Jewish cemetery in Aalborg.

Disturbing antisemitic scene found outside Jewish cemetery in Denmark

Red paint, baby dolls and antisemitic flyers were left outside a Jewish cemetery in Aalborg, Denmark in an apparent follow-up to a similar incident in Sweden on Passover.

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