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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.

Danish influencer sentenced for posting pro-Hamas video on Snapchat

He was sentenced to four months of suspended imprisonment with the requirement of completing 100 hours of community service.

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.

Antisemitism in Denmark reaches highest level in the last ten years

"If there are still people who deny that we have a problem with antisemitism in Denamrk, it is because they do not want to acknowledge it" said President of the Jewish Community of Denmak Henri Goldstein.

Oslo Metropolitan University freeze student exchange program with the University of Haifa

President of Haifa University Prof Ron Rubin said "Oslo Metropolitan University's decision to stop the student exchange program with Haifa University is no different from a decision on an academic boycott and we condemn it."

CST records all-time high in antisemitic incidents in the UK after October 7

Britain recorded thousands of antisemitic incidents after the outbreak of war between Israel and Hamas in October, making 2023 the worst year for UK antisemitism since 1984.

Former Brussels-Midi Police Commissioner sentenced for antisemitic remarks and sexual harassment

Former Police Commissioner Geert Verhoeyen attacked and harassed two Jewish subordinates.

68% increase in antisemitic incidents in French-speaking Switzerland in 2023

CICAD has identified 944 antisemitic acts in French-speaking Switzerland in 2023. 78 serious cases were reported.

Isaac Benzaquén: “Antisemitism is a virus that will not disappear”

FCJE President said that while the most optimistic believed that antisemitism would vanish with the end of the Holocaust, the reality is quite different: not only has it not disappeared, but its prevalence is actually on the rise.

Wrocław adopts the IHRA working definition of antisemitism

"Wrocław is an open and hospitable city, breathing freedom on a daily basis, where issues of equal treatment, human rights, and tolerance occupy a fundamental place," said the city deputy mayor during the signing.

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