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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.

Mideast Quartet calls for PA control of Gaza

The Middle East Quartet, a working group on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict comprised...

New UNRWA textbooks for Palestinians demonise Israel and Jews

New schoolbooks used in United Nations Relief and Works Agency schools in...

Rabbis’ group wants Jews to go vegan

More than 70 rabbis from around the world have signed a declaration calling on...

Canada to apologise for refusing to accept Jewish refugees in 1939

The federal Liberals are working on an apology for the Canadian government’s...

Interpol approves Palestinian membership

International police agency Interpol voted on Wednesday to include Palestine as a...

Palestinian terrorist to speak in European Parliament

Leila Khaled, a Palestinian woman convicted of terrorism who has continued to...

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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.