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In Davos, Netanyahu presses world leaders on Iran
Netanyahu to meet Trump at Davos amid ‘last opportunity’ to amend Iran nuclear deal
German coalition negotiations spark concern in Israel
Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS
A blueprint for coalition negotiations between Germany’s Christian Democratic Union Party, led by Chancellor Angela Merkel, and the country’s Social Democratic Party, headed by Martin Schulz, has stoked fears in Israel.
Why an anti-Semitism commissioner for Germany is a good idea
Anti-Israel protests, Berlin Christmas market attack’s anniversary test German officials
Upon the anniversary of the 2016 Berlin Christmas market terror attack, Jewish community leaders and other activists say that German politicians wrongly disconnect last year's attack from Islamic motivations as well as the Islamist attacks that have hit Israel and other countries, leaving Germany—and particularly its Jewish population—susceptible to more terrorism.
Hanukkah and Christmas lights intertwine in former Nazi hotbed
he bearers of Hanukkah candles in Tübingen, Germany, aren’t Jewish. In fact, many of them are descendants of avowed Nazis.
Jerusalem protests, study on migrants show ‘potent recipe’ for anti-Semitism in Germany
In the German Jewish community, fears are growing that migration from Muslim countries with long histories of anti-Semitism might prompt a reversal of Germany’s confrontation of its anti-Semitic past as well as its strong relationship with Israel.
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.