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                  Yad Vashem signs first seminar agreement with Serbia’s Education Ministry
                  Yad Vashem signs first seminar agreement with Serbia’s Education Ministry
                  01.08.2017, Education

                  Yad Vashem signed its first-ever memorandum of understanding with Serbia’s Education Ministry on Monday, formalizing the working relationship it has with the Serbian government.

                  Antisemitic graffiti targets WZO in Ukraine
                  Antisemitic graffiti targets WZO in Ukraine
                  01.08.2017, Anti-Semitism
                  A monument to Holocaust victims was vandalized with slogans and symbols.
                  Sunday Times columnist fired over anti-Semitic comments on Jewish women's pay at BBC
                  Sunday Times columnist fired over anti-Semitic comments on Jewish women's pay at BBC
                  31.07.2017, Anti-Semitism

                  A Sunday Times columnist in Ireland has been fired over anti-Semitic comments on Jewish women’s pay at the BBC. A spokesperson for the British newspaper said the columnist, Kevin Myers, would not be writing for the paper again.

                  Member of the British Parliament calls on PM Theresa May to demand PA to stop incitement against Israel
                  Member of the British Parliament calls on PM Theresa May to demand PA to stop incitement against Israel
                  31.07.2017, Israel and the World

                  A Member of the British Parliament has called on Prime Minister Theresa May to demand the Palestinian Authority (PA) ‘’to halt all incitement, particularly that surrounding the Temple Mount.''

                  Sunday Times Editor apologises for publishing anti-Semitic column
                  Sunday Times Editor apologises for publishing anti-Semitic column
                  31.07.2017, Anti-Semitism

                  “The comments in a column by Kevin Myers in today’s Irish edition of The Sunday Times were unacceptable and should not have been published. It has been taken down and we sincerely apologise for the remarks and the error of judgement that let to publication,’’ wrote Martin Ivens, editor of The Sunday Times in reference to an ant-Semitic column on BBC women's pay.

                  History in the Making: Birobidzhan builds its first ever Mikvah
                  History in the Making: Birobidzhan builds its first ever Mikvah
                  28.07.2017, Community Life

                  For the first time ever in history, a Mikvah is now being built in the famous Yiddish speaking city of Birobidzhan, known as the Jewish Autonomy in Russia’s Far East.

                  Israeli Teens Welcomed at Kharkov’s Jewish Community
                  Israeli Teens Welcomed at Kharkov’s Jewish Community
                  28.07.2017, Community Life

                  The Jewish community of Kharkov, Ukraine welcomed unusual guests for Shabbat last week in what turned out to be a unifying and moving experience.

                  New report shows record number of anti-Semitic hate incidents in first half of 2017 in the UK
                  New report shows record number of anti-Semitic hate incidents in first half of 2017 in the UK
                  27.07.2017, Anti-Semitism

                  767 anti-Semitic incidents have been recorded in Britain in the first six months of 2017, a rise of 30% from the same period last year , according to the latest report published by the Community Security Trust (CST).

                  WJC lauds EU top court decision to keep Hamas on terror list as 'an important step in the war against international terror&
                  WJC lauds EU top court decision to keep Hamas on terror list as 'an important step in the war against international terror&
                  27.07.2017, Israel and the World

                  World Jewish Congress President Ronald S. Lauder on Wednesday welcomed the European Court of Justice’s ruling to uphold the European Union’s listing of Hamas as a terrorist organization.

                  Fleeing the political and economic crisis, more Venezuelan Jews are being brought to Israel
                  Fleeing the political and economic crisis, more Venezuelan Jews are being brought to Israel
                  27.07.2017, Israel and the World

                  As a result of the political clash between Israel and Venezuela and the bad economic situation in this country, 26 Venezuelan Jews left their native country for Israel where they arrived this week.

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