Slovenia declares all of Hezbollah a “criminal and terrorist organisation”

Slovenia designated Hezbollah in its entirety a terrorist organisation, joining a growing number of European states who have taken similar steps in recent weeks to end differentiation between the group’s political and armed wings.

New Stolpersteine will be paved in Ljubljana on November 5

17 additional Stolpersteine or “Stumbling Stones” will be placed in Ljubljana at six different locations, on Thursday, November 5, 2020.

Slovenian towns take part in European Days of Jewish Heritage

Several Slovenian towns are taking part in the European Days of Jewish Heritage, which for the first time in 20 years was launched with an eight-hour online programme open to all.

Nazi collaborator verdict annulment goes to top court

The Jewish Community in Slovenia, together with an association of WWII veterans, has petitioned the Constitutional Court to review a recent Supreme Court decision to annul the 1946 treason verdict of Nazi collaborator Leon Rupnik.

Slovenian court voids Nazi collaborator’s treason conviction

A court in Slovenia voided the treason conviction of a Nazi collaborator who was executed in Yugoslavia shortly after World War II.

Center of Jewish Cultural Heritage Synagogue Maribor is proud to announce an open call to artists for an international fine arts competition

In Maribor, Slovenia’s second largest city, stands one of the oldest preserved...

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