Berlin’s Mayor Michael Muller said that BDS activities “are unacceptable practices from the Nazi era. We will do everything in our power to prevent BDS from obtaining halls and funds for its anti-Israel incitement.”

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Three men from Syria arrested recently by German police appear to have made it to Europe through the same channels as two men who blew themselves up outside France’s national stadium in November.

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The University of Applied Sciences and Arts in the northern city of Hildesheim, Germany said it will drop a seminar about young people in the Palestinian territories after receiving complaints that the content was anti-Semitic.

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Syrian suicide bomber who blew himself up outside German music festival had pledged allegiance to ISIS, had Islamist videos at his home and had enough chemicals to make another bomb, police reveal.

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The exhibition includes a wide range of anti-Jewish stickers from before and during the Nazi era, carrying messages such as “Jews out” and “You have bought from Jews! We are watching.” There are also some illegal flyers from the Nazi era, one saying “Down with Hitler.”

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Ruhr University Bochum (RUB), one of Germany’s largest universities, on Monday announced that it has cancelled an anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement lecture that was scheduled for this month.

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Safety Check

Immediately after the Paris terror attacks, 4.1 million people checked in with friends and relatives using Facebook Safety Check, technology developed by Facebook's Israel branch, and representatives of the German and Israel Space Agencies signed an agreement for cooperation on R&D.

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