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Canada will make special envoy on antisemitism permanent position

PM Justin Trudeau announced that his government will make the special envoy on preserving Holocaust remembrance and combating antisemitism a permanent position and bolster the role with more resources.

Netanyahu praises Trump decision to decertify Iran nuclear deal

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Friday lauded US President Donald Trump’s...

Tony Blair joins chorus urging US not to reject Iran nuclear deal

Former British prime minister Tony Blair on Monday warned that abandoning the...

Israeli team chosen to lead EU nanotech project

Israeli researchers have been chosen to lead a European Union project to...

Israel bemoans emerging Qatari victory in UNESCO leadership vote

Carmel Shama-Hacohen, Israel’s ambassador to UNESCO, the United Nations’ cultural agency, lamented the...

UNESCO to postpone vote on upcoming Israel resolutions

For the first time in years, the United Nations’ cultural arm will...

Far-right German MP quits over colleague’s Nazi remark

A second national lawmaker of Germany’s far-right AfD quit last Wednesday, ten...

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At the Malmö International Forum, Moshe Kantor calls on leaders to focus on youth education to combat antisemitism

Moshe Kantor addressed the plenary of the Malmö International Forum on Holocaust Remembrance and Combating Antisemitism, and called on world leaders to focus their efforts on fighting extremism and conspiracy theories amongst youth.