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New collection of Holocaust artifacts to open at Yad Vashem – Israel News – The Jerusalem Post

| July 6, 2024

A newly built repository is to serve as home for the worlds largest collections of Holocaust artifacts, documents, artwork, and photographs.

On the Jewish community during the French elections – The Jerusalem Post

| July 6, 2024

This weeks French elections and the possibility of the country having its first far-Right prime minister since World War II has triggered once again the France question which has a Jewish angle.

Protecting Jewish Students On Campus – The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com

| July 6, 2024

Last week, I had the chance to testify before members of Congress about the recent rise in antisemitism on college campuses.

The Committee on Work with Diaspora is celebrating its 22nd anniversary Aze.Media – Aze Media

| July 6, 2024

The 1st Congress of World Azerbaijanis, held in Baku from 9 to 10 November 2001, entered in the countrys history as the beginning of an important process.

Dr. Felix Klein Honored With Award for Fighting Antisemitism – http://hamodia.com

| June 27, 2024

By Hamodia Staff Dr. Felix Klein, the German Federal Government Commissioner for Jewish Life and the Fight against Antisemitism, was awarded the prestigious Rabbi Moshe Rosen Prize by the Conference of European Rabbis at a distinguished ceremony held at the Representation of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia in Berlin on Monday evening.

Pro-Hamas Group Behind Targeting of LA Synagogue Joins Columbia Students for Protest at Barnard College – Algemeiner

| June 27, 2024

Columbia Universitys Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) chapter, a group responsible for the demonstrations that roiled the campus in the final weeks of this past academic year, held on Wednesday a protest at Barnard College in New York City with a pro-Hamas group that helped organize a violent anti-Israel riot on the streets of Los Angeles this past weekend.

US gives slap on the wrist to aggressive LA pro-Palestinian rioters – The Jerusalem Post

| June 27, 2024

The riots at the Adas Torah synagogue in Los Angeles Pico-Robertson neighborhood show that American society and authorities do not take the escalating rhetoric and threats by anti-Israel factions in the United States seriously. RHETORIC AND actions have been heating up with the summer months. Terrorist flags are steadily becoming more commonplace at protests, such as the New York City Resistance Coalitions protest at Hunter College, which saw a portrait of Hamass Gaza leader Yahya Sinwar flanked by Lions Den, Hamas, Izz ad-Din al-Qassam, Houthi Ansar Allah, and Hezbollah flags

‘Vehicle for Jew hatred’: Jewish doctor heckled at British Medical Association conference – The Jerusalem Post

| June 27, 2024

Concerns have been raised about antisemitism at the British Medical Associations annual conference, after a Jewish doctor was heckled just hours after religious leaders warned the meeting, which took place on June 24, could become a vehicle for Jew hatred, The Telegraph reported on Monday. Dr.Joanna Sutton-Klein, a Jewish A&E consultant, was heckled by at least two doctors who shouted shame at her after she said she was Jewish. The BMA denounced the incident, calling it unacceptable and gave Dr.

Jews in France caught between political left and right in elections – The Jerusalem Post

| June 27, 2024

As French Jews, Maury, and Alain Fischler feel trapped between equally unpalatable extremes as France rushes into a snap election with the far right ahead in the polls, followed by a left-wing bloc they say harbors antisemites. President Emmanuel Macron called the parliamentary election on June 9 after his centrist Together alliance was trounced in European elections by the anti-immigrant National Rally (RN), which is now the frontrunner to form France's next government. This is profoundly worrying for the Fischlers, who detest far-right ideology and see the RN's transition from a party that once flirted openly with antisemitism into one that denounces it as a cynical ploy to create a veneer of respectability

GynTools and HydroX win Hebrew University’s 2024 ASPER prize startup award – The Jerusalem Post

| June 15, 2024

GynTools and HydroX both won the prestigious Asper Prize 2024 Hebrew University Rising Startup Award presented at the 87th Hebrew University Board of Trustees meeting. Established by the university's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in collaboration with the Asper Foundation, the competition featured over forty startups, with GynTools and HydroX both emerging as the winners after presenting to a global panel of judges. For the first time, this year, it was decided to award the prize to two start-up companies instead of one, due to the excellence and extraordinary breakthroughs presented by the companies.


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