Medieval Haggadah on public exhibit after a century

The Lombard Haggadah dating back to 1390 went on public display for the first time in a century in New York City.

A third of Americans don’t believe six million Jews were killed in the Holocaust

33% of Americans believe only two million Jews were murdered during the Holocaust and 66% of millennials have never heard of Auschwitz, according to a comprehensive survey by the Claims Conference.

Brazil’s president says Holocaust can be forgiven

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro drew veiled rebukes from Israel after saying the Holocaust could be forgiven.

European Court of Justice holds hearing into labelling of products

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) held a hearing in a case against the discriminatory labelling of Israeli products.

Airbnb reverses policy banning Israeli listings in West Bank

Airbnb said that it had reversed its decision to remove listings of properties located in Israeli settlements in the West Bank.

Antisemitic attack on Buenos Aires synagogue

A man broke into a synagogue during Shabbat evening services in Buenos Aires and threatened worshippers.

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EJC’s Security and Crisis Centre Holds Unprecedented Conference on Security and Resilience

SACC by EJC held an unprecedented conference in the Belgian Senate today bringing together heads of security and Jewish community leaders with high ranking law enforcement, judicial, political and security experts from 24 countries across Europe.