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‘Dirty Jews out’: Jewish Paris neighborhood targeted with antisemitic hate mail

Residents of a Jewish neighborhood in Paris have been targeted in separate incidents that involved antisemitic hate mail delivered to their homes.

Manchester Reform Synagogue service ambushed by group with swastikas

An online religious service hosted by a synagogue was interrupted when people began displaying swastikas and shouting racist abuse.

UCEI denounces fascist salutes at Lazio stadium

The Union of Italian Jewish communities (UCEI) called on football club S.S. Lazio to denounce fascist salutes appearing in a video taken at the team’s stadium.

Kosher food available at British parliament for first time

More than three years after a similar push was denied, kosher and halal food has been made available regularly at the headquarters of the British parliament, where about 11,000 people work, hundreds of them Jewish or Muslim.

Irish Jewish leader welcomes new antisemitism report

The Chairperson of the Jewish Representative Council of Ireland, Maurice Cohen, has welcomed a new report on antisemitism in Ireland by the journalist David Collier.

FCJE welcomes EU Strategy on combating antisemitism

The Federation of Jewish Communities of Spain (FCJE) has welcomed EU Strategy on combating antisemitism and fostering Jewish life, and has requested the engagement and commitment of the Spanish government towards its implementation.

Germany puts 100-year-old concentration camp guard on trial for Nazi crimes

A 100-year-old former concentration camp guard will become the oldest person yet to be tried for Nazi-era crimes in Germany when he goes before the court charged with complicity in mass murder.

Swiss Holocaust survivor and member of ‘Kasztner group’ dies

Löb passed away on October 2, according to Anita Winter of the Gamaraal Foundation, a Swiss support group for Holocaust survivors.

New exhibition on visual depictions of antisemitism opens in Liberec

A new exhibition was opened at the Liberec Regional Gallery, dedicated to visual depictions of antisemitism in the Czech lands from the Middle Ages to the present.

KIS welcomes new EU strategy on combating antisemitism

The Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece (KIS) has welcomed the groundbreaking EU strategy on combatting antisemitism and fostering Jewish life.

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