Many Jews who live in Poland say propaganda and online hate speech is growing worse, and say they no longer feel safe. In part, they blame Warsaw's new law forbidding the association of the country with World War II concentration camps.
The row over anti-Semitism in the UK’s main opposition Labour Party is set to reach fever pitch this week. Britain's former chief rabbi warns that Jews are increasingly mulling leaving the country over safety fears.
Social media sites have published the results of a new German law hoping to clamp down on hate speech. However, a UK media investigation found that that Facebook does not delete posts containing Holocaust denial content.
A group of young Muslim refugees and Jewish youths have visited the former Auschwitz concentration camp. The trip is aimed a fostering solidarity between the two communities and understanding Germany's past crimes.
Munich has unveiled its new memorial system recalling thousands killed by the Nazis. The plaques will exist alongside well-known but controversial commemorative cobblestones, which are banned on Munich public ground.
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