Woman charged in Berlin for incitement to hatred and violence against the Jewish people

She is accused of spreading propaganda materials of terrorist organisations, incitement to hatred, depiction of violence, and public incitement to commit crimes.

Bundestag unveils memorial honouring Nova music festival victims

364 civilians were killed and many more wounded by Hamas at the Supernova Sukkot Gathering, an open-air music festival on October 7th, 2023.

German Minister of Justice: “We stand with the victims, with liberal democracy, with Jews; we stand with Israel”

"Those who are not German citizens and spread antisemitic hate or commit violent acts must have their residential status put into question", said German Minister of Justice Dr Marco Buschmann.

German Academic Exchange Service expands its funding for activities against antisemitism

"If students have to fear for their safety at universities because of their religion or nationality, this is completely unacceptable and incompatible with our values" said DAAD President.

Zentralrat President calls for exclusion of students who engage in antisemitic violence in Germany

“Anyone who strikes a Jew because they are Jewish has no business being at a German university,” said Zentralrat President Josef Schuster.

Church in Germany concerned about rise of xenophobic and antisemitic groups

The Catholic Church in Germany is joining growing concerns in the country over the rise of far-right, antisemitic, and anti-democratic groups.

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