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34 countries shun UN’s commemoration of controversial Durban Conference

Dozens of countries steered clear of a UN General Assembly session that commemorated the 20th anniversary of the controversial UN World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa, which was accused of veering into open antisemitism.

Israel gifts UNESCO replica of Arch of Titus

Israel handed a replica of a frieze from the Arch of Titus...

Argentine experts confirm Nisman was murdered

AMIA Jewish centre bombing special prosecutor Alberto Nisman was assassinated by two...

Roma Holocaust survivors look to Jews as model for recognition and reparation

This September about 70 Roma survivors of the Second World War in...

Israel says Iranian missile threatens the world

Iran’s provocative actions have threatened the free world, Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor...

Netanyahu warns of Iran nuclear threat in UN speech

“Fix it or nix it,” Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told the...

Israel claims UN ignored intelligence on Iranian nuclear sites

Israeli officials have reportedly accused the UN body tasked with ensuring Tehran’s...

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Dr. Moshe Kantor: “The struggle against racism cannot be hijacked by antisemites”

"The Durban Conference, its participants and its resolutions can never be anti-racist if they exclude Jews and Jewish experiences of racism. No single one of the 27 member states of the EU must gratify it with its presence," writes EJC President Dr. Moshe Kantor in an Op-Ed in the Jerusalem Post.