Last year, a man attacked a synagogue with an automatic rifle in Halle on the holiest day in Judaism, anti-Semitic jokes are becoming the norm again, and “Jew” has once again become a slur.
A rabbi who carried on preaching despite being wounded in the latest deadly shooting at a US synagogue said Sunday that Jews would not be intimidated by the “senseless hate” of anti-semitism.
A gunman yelling, “All Jews must die,” stormed a Pittsburgh synagogue, killing 11.
An Austrian state cabinet minister from a far-right party has called for stricter controls, including registration, for ritual slaughtering methods used by Jews and Muslims, citing animal rights.
25 Jews and Muslims rode tandem bicycles through the German capital in a protest against anti-Semitism and attacks on Muslims.
Attacks on Jews in Germany are directed against “all of us”, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas says.