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Netanyahu in Paris: ‘European countries want to strengthen ties with the State of Israel’
European Jewish Press
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that while sitting at the top table with heads of European states in Paris, he made it clear how important it is for them to connect and have strong ties with Israel—in the political, economic, technological and security arenas.
Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
The Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
Time to adopt an international convention on anti-Semitism
The recent spate of violent acts of anti-Semitism in the United States, together with the alarming renaissance of anti-Semitism in Europe and elsewhere, should be seen as a rude wake-up call from the curious and lackadaisical state of hibernation in which the Jewish world seems to have naively ensconced itself.
Netanyahu heads to Bulgaria to forge partnerships with Eastern European leaders
“This is not just a meeting of friends, but it is, of course, to strengthen relations with each of these countries,” says Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Is Israel rejecting right-wing European support it can ill afford to lose?
Many in Israel are against dealing with Europe’s right-wing parties, arguing that they haven’t really abandoned their anti-Semitic past, and that Israel’s acceptance will only legitimize them.
Heads turn away when it comes to the Islamization of Europe
In lockstep with a refusal to acknowledge that Islamic religious fanaticism is Islamic, anti-Semitism is once more openly stalking Britain and Europe.
Menaced by extremists and migrants, European Jews increasingly feel abandoned by government
Jews in France and elsewhere in Europe now face not only traditional anti-Semitism from the far-right, but also from far-left parts of European society and from Muslim immigrant communities. The focal point is a “biased view of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”
Jonathan S. Tobin
The Iran enrichment syndrome
How Obama’s lies about breaking sanctions helped Iran prepare for a bomb . . . and why Trump must not make the same mistake
Exiting Iran deal, Trump signals: ‘America resumes regional leadership’
David Wurmser, adviser to former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney and John Bolton, says by reversing the previous policy, the United States has “accepted the responsibility again of ensuring that American interests will drive policy, and that while our alliances are appreciated, they are to be understood in the context of interests, not instead of them.”
Ghosts of the past?
Maybe the Europeans just didn’t understand it. But they, too, will be victims because anti-Semitism is the engine behind history’s greatest tragedies.
Israeli chief rabbi, European Jewish leaders, condemn calls to remove kipahs in Germany
Rabbi David Lau called on Jews threatened by anti-Semitism to move to Israel, but nevertheless to keep expressing their religious observance.
Vienna’s growing kosher scene a case study of thriving Jewish life in Europe
While many American and Israeli Jews may think negatively about Europe these days, there are indications of a rising number of Jews living in relative comfort in many of Europe's largest cities.
Is Europe waking up on the Iranian threat? Not likely, experts say
Ariel Ben Solomon
Despite France’s public quarreling with Iran in recent months, Europe is unlikely to fall in line with the hardline policies of the U.S. and Israel against the terrorism-supporting Tehran regime, experts say.