The term "anti-Semitism" refers to any kind of hostility, prejudice, or discrimination against Jews.
The term came into common usage until the 19th century, it is now also applied to historic anti-Jewish incidents. Notably the Holocaust in German-occupied Europe in the 1930s and -40s. Here you can find an automatic compilation of all DW content related to anti-Semitism.
Israel urged Belgium to ban the traditional Carnival parade, which featured floats depicting caricaturistic images of Orthodox Jews. The mayor of Aalst defended the festivities, saying "it is not an anti-Semitic parade."
Seven years ago, peaceful sit-ins protested the Turkish government's plans to redevelop Gezi Park in Istanbul. After a police crackdown, demonstrations morphed into nationwide anti-government protests. Nine defendants were acquitted on Tuesday of seeking to overthrow the government. Plot twist: now the judges who acquitted them are being investigated. Keith Walker talks to DW's Dorian Jones.
Women and men marched together in Iraq in protest of powerful Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, who had decried gender mixing at anti-government sit-ins. He also used the US city of Chicago as an example of immorality.
Google is battling against European Union regulators, after being fined more than €8 billion in recent years. The search giant hopes the second-highest court in the European Union can clear its name. The case began with an initial hearing in Luxembourg on Wednesday.