Jewish council slams Nazi-like campaign poster decision
The council had accused an extreme-right party of propagating hate speech. Almost half of German Jews say they have considered emigrating following a rise in anti-Semitic violence in the country.
Germany: First postwar kosher restaurant opens in Leipzig
Café Salomon is Leipzig's first kosher restaurant since World War II. The Saxon city, where tens of thousands of Jews were persecuted in the 1930s, now has one of the most active Jewish communities in central Germany.
Living in fear: How anti-Semitic is Germany?
Jews in Germany are increasingly alarmed by the rise in anti-Semitic attacks. Many wonders where this hatred comes from and whether it is exacerbated by Muslim immigrants.
Macron and Netanyahu commemorate victims of WW2 mass roundup of Jews in Paris
Macron attends the commemoration ceremony for jews roundup in France during WW2 with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.