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There have been an increasing number of distressing stories about migrants drowning in the Mediterranean while attempting to reach the coastline of southern Europe. Liberal...

Actor Michael Douglas came face to face with European anti-Semitism recently and didn’t like the experience. Neither have many of the European Jews interviewed by...

Last week, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu took a pasting from pundits and even some Jewish leaders when he reacted to the attack on Copenhagen synagogue...

The coverage of the repeated Russian invasions of Ukraine has proved that the plain meaning of words is among the war’s casualties. This is a...

In recent days, perhaps 200 African migrants died while trying to reach the Italian island of Lampedusa, which lies just 70 miles off the North...

The Obama administration’s inexplicable denial that last month’s attack on a kosher supermarket in Paris could possibly be anti-Semitic overshadowed yesterday’s other interesting tidbit from...

Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, and with it will come the usual raft of stories that fall into two categories. There are the stories...

Earlier this week at a joint press conference, President Obama and British Prime Minister Cameron were asked about domestic radicalization in the U.S. and Europe....

The horrific shooting at the office of Charlie Hebdo today—and reports that the terrorists spoke perfect French—will once again raise questions about radicalism among Europe’s...

In many ways, the year that just ended was a difficult one for Israel--a war in Gaza, terror in Jerusalem, escalating international opprobrium, a slowing...

Last week the Wall Street Journal carried a fascinating piece about the uses European countries are finding for all their empty churches. Naftali Bendavid’s account...

Considering the amount of time that European Union politicians and diplomats channel into obsessing about Israel, one would assume that Europe has no problems of...