Why did a French school think color-coding students who don’t eat pork or meat was a good idea?
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The challenge of peace.
The impact of enlightenment, European anti-Semitism and the ethnic cleansing of Palestine.
Pamela Geller writes something wacky again and the world keeps turning.
From Dhimma to Viziers in Andalusia: relations between Jews and Muslims should be viewed within context.
At a recent rally in Frankfurt, a self-identified Israeli man equated Muslims with Nazis, murderers and rapists, and implored the crowd to “never feel ashamed” of Germany’s past.
What happened to a shared history many still fondly recall, where are we now and what are the prospects for the future?
The attitudes of the Norwegian population towards Jews and other minorities.
The “Counterjihad’s” antiSemitic, Islamophobic conspiracy theory.
Halal and Kosher meat are banned but Danish law allows for animal bordellos.
Faced with closure a year ago, today Bradford’s synagogue’s future is bright, a model of cross-cultural co-operation
These dervishes represent a uniquely Iranian hybrid of Judaism and Islam.
The Jewish family was staying with the Muslim family after their home was destroyed.