Irish nurse who called patient “dirty Jew” has registration cancelled

An Irish nurse who called a wheelchair-confined elderly patient with dementia “a dirty Jew” before slapping him on the arm has had her registration cancelled by the country’s High Court.

Irish film released on aid worker who saved Jewish family from Auschwitz

Two young boys huddled silently under a blanket in the back of a large black car as it crossed under the gaze of the French prison guards and out the wooden gates of Rivesaltes internment camp. It was September 25, 1942.

Irish Jews condemn TV commentator’s Nazi salute

A Nazi salute on last week's Irish TV show, Nolan Live has been condemned by Ireland's Jewish community.

Irish Jewish community disputes inflated census figures

Census figures that showed Ireland was experiencing the fastest growing Jewish population in the world were not what they seem, according to Maurice Cohen, chair of the Jewish Representative Council of Ireland, the country’s EJC affiliate.

Ireland’s Jewish population sees surprising 30 percent increase since 2011

Ireland has seen a surprising 30 percent hike in its Jewish population...

Ireland’s Cork Jewish community to be commemorated

The Jews of Cork in southern Ireland may have lost their synagogue...

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