NEWS FROM COMMUNITIES

The Netherlands

Man who stabbed Jews at Amsterdam market ruled unfit to stand trial

A Muslim man charged with trying to kill a Jewish father and son at an Amsterdam market has been found not criminally responsible for his actions and sent for psychological care.

Dutch newspaper slammed for antisemitic cartoon suggesting Netanyahu behind Labour scandal

A major Dutch daily ran a caricature suggesting that Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu is attacking Britain’s Labour Party over antisemitism to distract from corruption charges against him.

Dutch Government to grant 2.5 million Euros for the restoration of Jewish cemeteries

The Dutch government has granted a sum of 2.5 million Euros to the NIK – Organization of Jewish Communities in the Netherlands for the restoration and preservation of Jewish cemeteries.

Dutch radio show airs antisemitic rant for eight minutes

A Dutch broadcaster that receives public funding said it should not have allowed a radio caller to rant for several minutes about "Jewish greed" and the need to “annihilate” it.

Stabber of Jews in Amsterdam says he forgot why he assaulted them

A Dutch man charged with the attempted manslaughter of a Jewish father and his son said he forgot why he stabbed them.

Dutch museum prevents Nazi glorification on social media

A museum in the Netherlands has banned visitors from taking pictures of an exhibition on design during the Third Reich to prevent any Nazi glorification on social media.

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