Chief Rabbi Wieder: “Jews in Ireland are concerned about hostility”

"We've seen synagogues and Jewish cemeteries desecrated. We've seen Jews having been physically and verbally abused" said Chief Rabbi of Ireland Yoni Wieder.

Chair of the Irish Jewish Community condemns politicians for their silence regarding the Hamas massacre

Chair of the Irish Jewish Community Maurice Cohen said Jewish people in Ireland are traumatised following the attacks by Hamas last Saturday, many of whom have family and friends in Israel.

Former pupils demand apology from Irish school over Nazi teacher’s bullying

Louis Feutren, a known Nazi collaborator and fugitive from French justice, was accepted at St Conleth's school, where he was employed from 1957 until his retirement in 1985.

Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Micheál Martin visits Yad Vashem

Mr. Martin said it was fitting that he should begin his visit to Israel in Yad Vashem, given the worrying rise of antsemitism across the world.

Tapestry to commemorate the Holocaust goes on display in Dublin

A tapestry commissioned to commemorate the Holocaust and intended as a protest against racism and genocide has gone on display at the General Post Office in Dublin.

Irish Prime Minister warns against rise of far-right rhetoric at Holocaust Memorial event

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has warned against the rise of far-right rhetoric: “Many people in Ireland are rightly concerned about the rise of disinformation, antisemitism, all forms of racism and the trend towards Holocaust distortion and denial."

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