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                  Ladino, the language spoken by the Jews expelled from Spain, to have its Institute in Israel
                  Ladino, the language spoken by the Jews expelled from Spain, to have its Institute in Israel
                  03.08.2017, Israel

                  More than 500 years after King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella expelled Sephardic Jews, Spain has decided to invest in its heritage.

                  Moscow ‘disappointed’ over exclusion from Sobibor museum project
                  Moscow ‘disappointed’ over exclusion from Sobibor museum project
                  02.08.2017, Holocaust

                  Russia: Poland is imposing its own understanding of history

                  German prosecutors say "bookkeeper of Auschwitz" fit for prison
                  German prosecutors say "bookkeeper of Auschwitz" fit for prison
                  02.08.2017, Holocaust

                  Found guilty in court in 2015, Oskar Groening is yet to be sent to prison.

                  EnerJew Celebrates End of Season, Keeps Up Summer Activities
                  EnerJew Celebrates End of Season, Keeps Up Summer Activities
                  02.08.2017, Community Life

                  School is out for summer in the countries of the former Soviet Union, and teenagers from 34 EnerJew clubs across the region also took a break from weekly meetings and activities. However, a large part of them enrolled as staff in the region’s FJC Jewish Summer camps, connecting to younger campers and bringing to them the special “EnerJew vibe”, as they say.

                  Summer Vacation for Ukraine’s Disadvantaged Families
                  Summer Vacation for Ukraine’s Disadvantaged Families
                  01.08.2017, Community Life

                  FJC’s Alumim children’s home in Zhytomyr, Ukraine hosted a mother-and-child vacation camp for over 25 families in the beginning of the month.

                  Israel's President Rivlin calls for Jewish unity
                  Israel's President Rivlin calls for Jewish unity
                  01.08.2017, Israel and the World

                  Israeli President Reuven Rivlin called for Jewish unity as he hosted a pre-Tisha B’Av cross-communal Torah sudy session in his Jerusalem residence.

                  Murder of Sarah Halimi: ‘The aggravating circumstance of anti-Semitism is still not retained'
                  Murder of Sarah Halimi: ‘The aggravating circumstance of anti-Semitism is still not retained'
                  01.08.2017, Anti-Semitism

                  Each publication of the newsletter of CRIF, the representative body of French Jewish community, bears a banner which reads: ‘’The aggravating circumstance of anti-Semitism is still not retained. Why this denial of anti-Semitism,’’ in reference to the murder of Sarah Halimi, a 66-year-old Jewish woman who was killed by her 27 year-old Muslim neighbor, Kobili Traore, an immigrant from Mali, who broke into her apartment on April 7.

                  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.

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