Alessandra Mussolini unleashed a storm of protest from the Jewish community after she tweeted a threat to sue anyone who posted “pictures or phrases” that were “offensive” to her grandfather.
The Jewish Brigade, which was part of the British Army and the first and only all-Jewish fighting force to serve in World War II, had over 5,000 volunteers at its peak.
Eighty years later after Italy's infamous racial laws, the deans of all 83 major Italian universities will gather in Pisa to apologise to the country’s Jewish community.
Italy’s Jewish community condemned a call by the country’s hardline interior minister to take a census of Italy’s Roma population.
The mayor of Rome announced that a decision to name a street after the founder of Italy’s major post-war neo-fascist party will be blocked.
When the Nazis occupied northern and central Italy in 1943, Gino Bartali began transporting fake identity papers for Italian Jews. His efforts earned him the designation of Righteous Among the Nations.