Daily Mail: Legal fight is launched to stop Belgium’s ban on kosher animal slaughter

'Legislators have given Belgian Jews a worrisome political signal, by trumping their right to practice their faith, in violation of the crucial principle of separation of Church and State', said CCOJB President Yohan Benizri.

Daily Mail: ‘Bookkeeper of Auschwitz’ files a plea asking for mercy after his conviction for assisting in 300,000 murders

"This trial reminds us that there is no statute of limitations for those responsible for Nazi horrors and demonstrates the constant need to guard against antisemitism, racism and hate", said Dr Moshe Kantor.

New York Times: New Slaughtering Rules Pit Dutch Religious Freedoms Against Animal Rights

“Some of those who try and ban our customs are in essence trying to make Europe more uncomfortable for Jews, because the essence and centrality of our life are our ancient traditions, and if our customs are not welcome nor are our communities,” Moshe Kantor, the president of the European Jewish Congress, wrote in a statement to The New York Times.

Daily Mail: ‘We will shoot the Jews. We declare intifada from Malmo’: Sweden is rocked by soaring anti-Semitism as...

Antisemitic attacks and protests have been taking place across Sweden since Donald Trump recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, but Jews in the Scandinavian country say they have been under attack for years.

Haaretz: We Austrian Jews Must Not Legitimize the Nazis in Our Government

As Austrian Jews, with family members killed by the Nazis, we state clearly: the Freedom Party, which remains antisemitic and racist to its core is not, and never will be, a viable moral option as a partner in government. And it offends us that a Jewish MP seeks to justify the unjustifiable.

Reuters: Austria’s Kurz says will fight antisemitism after Israel voices concern

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said on Wednesday his new coalition would focus on fighting antisemitism, after Israel made it clear it would not work directly with any ministers from the far-right party now back in government.

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