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France’s fight against Islamic radicalization: The writing is still on the wall
French President Emmanuel Macron inherited the complicated problem of Muslim radicalization, which for years had been either swept entirely under the carpet or inefficiently dealt with.
Denmark confronts Islamism and integration
For much of this decade, Jewish residents in the country have endured anti-Semitic attacks and abuse wildly out of proportion to their numbers. Most of that hostility comes from the Muslim community.
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.”
French Jews spend another Passover under anti-Semitism’s shadow
There was the gruesome death of 85-year-old Holocaust survivor Mireille Knoll, followed by a 30,000-strong march against anti-Semitism in Paris and the discovery of a serial killer . . . all this on the heels of a horrific Jewish murder last spring.
Israel’s security forces brace for a spike in Palestinian tensions
Many plots have been broken up, but tensions tend to rise this time of year, coupled with the Trump administration’s proposed moving of the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in May.
Report details scope of persecution in the cradle of Christianity
A new report by the Christian charity group Open Doors has found that most of Israel’s neighbors, including Egypt, Jordan, Syria and the Palestinian territories, are among the world’s most dangerous places for Christians.