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New York law will require museums to disclose works looted by Nazis

New York governor Kathy Hochul signed legislation that will require museums in the state to publicly acknowledge whether a displayed work has passed through Nazi hands. 

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...

Facebook revamps policy after report on antisemitic targeting

Facebook said it was revising its advertising policies to prevent "discriminatory" targeting...

Turkish media claims Israel is sending Jewish Kurds back to Kurdistan

Turkish media has in recent days been full of reports that nearly...

German court drops case against Auschwitz medic over dementia diagnosis

A German court officially dropped its case against a 96-year-old former Auschwitz...

French cities shut out hate speech comedian Dieudonné

Notorious French comedian Dieudonné, convicted of hate speech and condoning terrorism, will...

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EJC strongly condemns Abbas’ disgraceful Holocaust remarks in Germany

The EJC strongly condemns the disgraceful comments made by Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas in Berlin during public remarks alongside German Chancellor Olaf Scholz yesterday when he accused Israel of committing “50 holocausts”.