Twitter has no plans to ban Farrakhan after comparison of Jews to termites

The ADL has called on Twitter to ban Louis Farrakhan, a notorious antisemite and leader of the Nation of Islam group, after he posted a video in which he appeared to compare Jews to termites.

EU condemns rocket fire from Gaza into Israel

The European Union condemned rocket fire from Gaza into Israel after a rocket launched from Gaza struck a house in the Israeli city of Be'er Sheva.

Australia may follow US in moving embassy to Jerusalem

Australia is considering following the U.S. administration's lead in moving the nation’s embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.

German group renovates Holocaust survivors homes in Israel for free

An organisation called the Saxon Friends brings volunteers from Germany to Israel to renovate Holocaust survivors’ apartments for free.

Walter Laqueur, terrorism scholar who fled the Holocaust, dies at 97

Walter Laqueur, one of the 20th century’s most prominent scholars on the decline of Europe and terror, has died.

Iranian Parliament votes to ban terror financing

Iran’s parliament voted to join a global convention to cut off terror financing, hoping to avoid further international sanctions as the 2015 nuclear accord unravels.

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EJC’s Security and Crisis Centre Holds Conference with Senior Greek Officials in Athens after Recent Devastating Fire

EJC’s Security and Crisis Centre (SACC) held a high-level conference on crisis management titled “Security and Societal Resilience in the 21st Century: New Challenges” with senior Greek officials, including diplomats, members of parliament and civil protection authorities in order to study and analyse the dramatic consequences of the recent devastating fires which ravaged Greece’s Attica Region.