At a time when politicians are warning about rising anti-Semitism in Germany, the ruling is a reminder of widespread anti-Jewish sentiment in the Middle Ages.

Hundreds of students from schools were the first to visit the new hall of the Jewish Museum of Oporto which presents the chronology of antisemitism in Portugal between 2015-2022.

The protocol covers medical care and internment of the members of the Community.

Today, June 10th, is Portugal's day.

During the rare private audience, the two talked about “the importance of Holocaust research and remembrance in the Christian world,” according to a statement released by Yad Vashem.

The Jewish Community of Oporto announced on March 13 (in Portugal) and April 4 (in Israel) that it would withdraw from the certification process.