Bradford's minor miracle: first, Muslims saved the last synagogue in a city with the second-largest Muslim population in the UK. Then the Jewish community appointed a Muslim to the synagogue's council.
Religious and political leaders condemned the attack on two men wearing kippas in an affluent Berlin neighborhood. One of the victims says he wore the head covering to see if it was unsafe, as a friend had told him.
In Europe and in Germany, there is currently a lot of talk about "imported anti-Semitism," supposedly brought here by Muslims. Yet hatred of Jews is part of Christianity's DNA, Krsto Lazarevic writes.
News that a Jewish girl in Berlin was bullied by Muslim classmates has provoked strong reactions. Germany's Central Council of Jews has demanded countermeasures, saying Muslim associations must assume responsibility.
A synagogue in one of the German capital's most Muslim neighborhoods and a Jewish trade school are two projects Berlin is pursuing in an attempt to counteract growing anti-Semitism. But will they change anything?
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