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Ten European associations of businessmen and Christian leaders addresses European political leaders and future MEPs with an unpublished letter.
Rise in anti-Semitism making it dangerous to display religious symbol
Fires, desecration, vandalism and thefts plague houses of worship
“When you are attacked so painfully in what is the most precious in your life, you need silence and dignity,” said one Knight.
France's prime minister condemns sacrilege.
Hidden behind heavy doors, traversed by winding staircases and corridors lined with bookshelves, they are jewels of European culture.
From "good luck grapes" to yodeling, New Year's in Europe comes with its own idiosyncratic traditions.
In German-speaking parts of the Holy Roman Empire during the 14th century, the first “Christmas markets” started to develop out of the long-established tradition of winter food markets.
Photographer Paul Koudounaris has documented the spooky tradition of holy bones decoration in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
“I doubt there’s a synagogue in the US that doesn’t think seriously about security.”