Europe

Rich in Jewish History, Malta Gets Its First Luxury Mikvah
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Community once used stone shelters just steps from the sea
Historic Fortress Unearthed at Helsinki Chabad Site
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A major, unexpected find, say Finland archeologists
In France, It’s Sukkot for Visitors to the Ryder Cup
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Growing Jewish life in suburban Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
Gold Menorah Unveiled at Nobel Prize Hotel
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Prominent placement seen as a major stride for Norway’s Jews
Circumcision Ban in Denmark Fails for Now, but the Battle Will Go On
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Jewish community faces ongoing hurdles to maintain a central tradition
Sculptor Jacques Lipchitz’s Tuscan Villa Turned Jewish Summer Camp
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Camp Gan Israel Italy began in 1959, and since 1976 has been held at the famed artist’s former home and studio
First Bar Mitzvah in Centuries in Balkan Nation
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Son of Montenegro emissaries to be joined by visitors from near and far
106 Years Old, Married 84 Years, the First in Synagogue
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Maurice Kaye was an inspiration in Bournemouth, England, for many decades
As Presidents Meet in Helsinki, a Look at Finland’s Jewish Community
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Neighboring the presidential palace, Chabad builds on rich history
Berlin Jewish High School Takes Top Honors in German Capital
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Regents also recognize Hebrew as tested subject for the first time
In London, Leading Philanthropists Tell How Torah Changed Their Lives
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Mikhail Fridman and Matthew Bronfman draw meaning and inspiration from Judaism
Anti-Semitic Vandalism at Oxford U. Chabad Draws Condemnation
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A threatening but harmless powder was accompanied by anti-Semitic notes
Autism Is No Barrier for Munich Boy’s Bar Mitzvah
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Chabad emissaries’ unique celebration and video for their son with special needs
A Holocaust Survivor’s Revenge: A Bar Mitzvah in Poland After 79 Years
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Montreal resident dons tefillin and is called to the Torah for the first time
Iceland’s Rejection of Circumcision Ban Praised by Its First Rabbi
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Proposed legislation would have mandated jail sentences of up to six years
Berliners Wear Kippot to Protest Anti-Semitism
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2,500 of all faiths and ethnic backgrounds at rally to support Jews in Germany
Reykjavik, Iceland: The Last European Capital Without a Rabbi Gets One
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Rabbi Avi and Mushky Feldman hope to ignite a Jewish fire under the Northern Lights
Two Holocaust Miracles in Slovakia
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A child survivor returns to open a building, and also reopens long-forgotten memories
Following Anti-Semitic Attacks in Holland, Dutch Jews Say ‘Thank You’
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Chanukah was just the right time to recognize the community’s ‘lights’
The Chabad House Across From Hitler’s House
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In Munich, Torah classes and Jewish life light a city with a dark Holocaust history
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