The Jewish people put up "very little resistance" in World War II, exacerbating the Holocaust, according to Toine Beukering, a 60-year-old former brigadier general in the Netherlands.
The Dutch government has allocated 3 million euros towards fighting antisemitism — the first time the Netherlands has placed the fight on its list of national priorities.
Some of the Netherlands’ most frequently used circumcisers of Jewish infant boys are breaking the law, the Dutch Health Ministry said.
Despite opposition by the Dutch constitutional court, the animal party (PvdD) has filed its second bill seeking a ban on the slaughter of animals without stunning.
A Jewish man, was verbally and physically assaulted on a national holiday known as Liberation Day, by a group of 50 men as police stood by.
In the Netherlands, where matzah for many non-Jews is a household item year-round, "Max Matzah" became an unlikely hit with the general population