French Military Protect Jews

French soldiers protect synagogues after Charlie Hebdo attacks

To guard against more potential attacks after the assault on Charlie Hebdo, France has deployed soldiers to protect French synagogues. As antisemitic attacks rise

Justin Welby Immigration

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby Upset By Anti-Immigration Bias

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, showed disapproval of the anti-immigration sentiment in British politics noting that all humans are equals. The head of

Rabbi Haim Korsia

France has a New Chief Rabbi

Rabbi Haim Korsia is France's new Chief Rabbi and he wants to protect his people by inspiring a welcoming attitude. There is a new

Nebraska Anti-Discrimination Bill for the LGBT Loses to Filibuster

Recently in Nebraska an anti-discrimination law lost to a filibuster.  The law, LB485, was an LGBT anti-discrimination law that would protect members of the

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey Remembers Kristallnacht With Emotional 75th Anniversary Worship Service

This past weekend, November 9 and 10, marked the 75th anniversary of the attacks of Nazi troops on Jews in Hitler's Germany and areas

Jewish and Muslim Leaders Unite

United States Secretary of State John Kerry personally announced on May 20, 2013 the release of the U.S. State Department’s International Report on Religious