Joods Actueel

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Joods Actueel (Jewish Current) is a Belgian monthly newspaper, owned and operated by the Freilich family, published in Dutch. It informs readers about news related to Jewish life in Flanders, Belgium, and elsewhere in the world. Joods Actueel was set up in January 2007 as successor of 'Belgisch Israëlitisch weekblad' (Belgian Israeli newspaper). The newspaper is led by Michael Freilich and his mother Terry Davids.

The journal has a clear opinion on the Arab-Israeli conflict and does not hesitate to go in the offensive. It confronted several Belgian standup comics and television producers.[1][2] It has been accused by some of using hate speech against public figures with a opposing view on the conflict [3][4]


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