European Parliament calls for release of Israelis held in Gaza

The European Parliament condemned Hamas and called for the release of Israeli citizens held in Gaza and for the retrieval of the bodies of Israeli soldiers bodies held by the terror group.

Iceland’s Catholic Church criticises proposed anti-circumcision bill

The Catholic Church in Iceland has criticised the proposed legislation that would prohibit the religiously-motivated circumcision of children in the country, saying it would mean the 'regular persecution' of Icelandic Jews and Muslims.

European Parliament approves measures to make EU funding of Palestinian education more transparent

The European Parliament advanced on Wednesday new legislation intended to prevent EU aid transferred to the Palestinian Authority (PA) for educational purposes from being used to teach hate.

Study: 41 percent of millenials do not know six million Jews were killed in the Holocaust

41 percent of millennials believe two million Jews or fewer were killed during the Holocaust, and 22 percent have not heard of, or are not sure if they have heard of the Holocaust, according to a study by the Claims Conference.

UNESCO shelves anti-Israel resolutions after quiet diplomacy

UNESCO agreed unanimously on Thursday to delay by at least six months voting on two resolutions, one on Gaza and another on Jerusalem, that an Israeli official had denounced as “the most extreme and problematic text” ever proposed.

PA TV presents image of Nazi camp victims as being from Deir Yassin

The Palestinian Authority’s official television station misappropriated a photo showing dead bodies at a Nazi concentration camp, presenting them as Arabs killed by Jews in the village of Deir Yassin in 1948.

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