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Antisemitism ‘higher than ever’ on Twitter, finds report

The study by the Institute for Strategic Dialogue and CASM Technology found that hostile and discriminatory content towards Jewish people not only spiked after Elon Musk's takeover, but has remained at heightened levels ever since.

Conference of the German-speaking regional parliaments adopt resolution on combating antisemitism and fostering Jewish life

The Conference of the German-speaking regional parliaments have recently adopted its resolution on combating antisemitism and fostering Jewish life in Europe.

UN headquarters unveils exhibit listing millions of Holocaust victims

The book of Names of Holocaust Victims, compiled by Yad Vashem over the past 70 years, features the alphabetically arranged names of 4,800,000 Holocaust victims that have been recorded along with their birthdates, hometowns, and circumstances and places of death if that information is known.

US Congressmen introduce Holocaust education bill on Holocaust Remembrance Day

A bipartisan group of US Congressmen introduced a bill that would order a study on Holocaust education in U.S. public schools to help ensure that future generations are taught about the genocide as the number of Holocaust survivors decreases.

Israeli President Isaac Herzog addresses EU Parliament to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Israeli President Isaac Herzog addressed the European Parliament to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day on the anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau.

EUJS sues Twitter over handling of antisemitism and Holocaust denial

The European Union of Jewish Students and the Berlin-based HateAid non-profit group announced they have sued Twitter in Berlin District Court for failing to uphold its own pledge to remove hate speech from the platform.

Pope Francis condemns Holocaust denial

Pope Francis condemned Holocaust denial ahead of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. "The remembrance of that extermination of millions of Jews and people of other faiths can neither be forgotten nor denied," he said.

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European Jewish Congress and Conference of European Rabbis call on all parties in Israel to pursue dialogue over conflict

As representatives of the leading Diaspora organisations in Europe, and in affirming our unwavering affiliation and commitment to the security and welfare of Israel as a Jewish and democratic state based on the principles of its Declaration of Independence, we express our deep concern and sadness as we witness the current sharp divisions in Israel and the subsequent threat this has on the unity of the Jewish People and the security of our one Jewish State.