EU General Court: Hamas funds can be frozen

The EU's General Court ruled that the bloc can extend the freezing of funds belonging to Hamas, the Palestinian militant group.

Vatican to open secret Holocaust-era archives

Pope Francis has said the Roman Catholic Church will open up its archives on Pius XII, who was Pope during World War II.

EU court rules halal and kosher meat cannot be labelled organic

Halal and kosher meat cannot be marketed as organic because the methods used to produce it are not animal friendly enough, the European Union’s top court ruled.

Israel slams hostile and biased UN report on Gaza

Israel described as "hostile, false and biased" a UN Human Rights Council report claiming Israeli soldiers intentionally fired on civilians.

Andre Previn, Oscar-winning Jewish composer, dies

Andre Previn, the pianist, composer and conductor whose broad reach took in the worlds of Hollywood, jazz and classical music passed away, aged 89.

Chief rabbi of Argentine violently beaten in his home

Rabbi Gabriel Davidovich, Chief Rabbi of Argentina was severely beaten in his home in Buenos Aires and has been hospitalised with “serious injuries”, according to the AMIA Jewish community centre.

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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.