Assign modules on offcanvas module position to make them visible in the sidebar.


Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.
Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, May 25, 2017


Beate Klarsfeld, a famed Nazi-hunter and Israel advocate, is running for the presidency in Germany.Beate Klarsfeld, who together with her husband Serge has been famous for hunting down Nazi war criminals for decades, is preparing to run for the presidency of Germany.

The 73-year-old has been chosen to represent Die Linke – the smallest political party in the Bundestag, Germany’s parliament – against Joachim Gauck, a Protestant pastor who is favored to win the race.

Klarsfeld came to the national attention in 1968, when she ran onto the stage at the Christian Democratic Union’s party conference and slapped the German chancellor, Kurt Georg Kiesinger, while shouting “Nazi! Nazi!” Klarsfeld was referring to the chancellor's past as a staff member in Goebbels’s propaganda ministry. After she served four months in prison for the offense

Posthumous Baptisms Continue, as LDS Church Lays Claim to Anne Frank

The members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have posthumously baptized another notable Jewish figure this past week. Anne Frank, the fifteen year old youth who perished in the Holocaust, was the latest victim of the practice that has piqued the anger of a number of prominent Jewish authorities. In addition to Anne Frank, the families of Elie Wiesel and Simon Wiesenthal were reportedly slated for the ritual in

Venezuelan state media has become increasingly anti-Semitic in recent days, as President Hugo Chavez has waged political warfare with a Jewish candidate. An incendiary column published by Venezuelan state media has angered Jewish authorities, who claim the column and the emerging discourse in the Latin American country has grown increasingly prejudicial and anti-Semitic in recent weeks.

In a column written by Adal Hernandez in Radio Nacional de Venezuela this past Monday, the opposition candidate running against President Hugo Chavez in the upcoming presidential election was subjected to heavy criticism due to his religious background. Though a

The mainstreaming of far-right politicians Makis Voridis (left) and Adonis Georgiadis has raised concerns among the Greek Jewish community.Greek Jewish leaders have expressed concern over the switch by two senior members of the far-right LAOS party to the country’s mainstream conservative party.

Makis Voridis and Adonis Georgiadis resigned from LAOS and are to run as candidates of the New Democracy party in next April’s parliamentary elections. New Democracy is currently leading in the polls. The two parliamentarians, who in the past expressed or supported anti-Jewish views, stepped down from LAOS after the party led by George

 Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, seen here with Russian PM Vladimir Putin, commended Chabad this past week for their success in Eastern Europe and Asia.An annual conference held by the Federation of the Jewish Communities of Russia this past week revealed the scarcity of native rabbis in Russia. With more than 200 communities in 180 cities, Russia contains a meagerly sized Jewish population of 233,500, but the Federation stated the number may be as high as one million. Russian Jews are of varying denominations, and the gathering held in Moscow stressed that soliciting more foreign rabbis was a necessity to continually sustain the Jewish