For more than two years, the Living Memorial has served as a site for regular talks, lectures, discussions groups, musical performances and commemorations.
Two gas canisters inside a vehicle parked outside a synagogue raised the alert for passersby and police in Marseille on the Sabbath; a week ago a failed car bomb was aimed at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
Israel’s Foreign Ministry slammed the short-lived policy, saying the Palestinian Authority is “no longer satisfied with poisoning the minds of Palestinian youth. Now it wants to spread lies and misinformation among Czech youth as well.”
IAI has already entered into an agreement with the Czech company Retia to produce air defense radar systems.
PM Netanyahu heads to the Netherlands to meet with that country's leadership on a mission to improve bilateral ties.
Uzbekistani President Islam Karimov had led his nation since it declared independence 25 years ago; now there is a power vacuum and many citizens say they feel a double loss.
Senior German lawmaker Johannes Kahrs says a Law of Integration would solve the Jewish community fears being fed by recent events escalated by incoming Muslim refugees.
The prime minister of Turkey has announced on national television that the long-time ruler of Uzbekistan has died.
An American defense industry player has barged into a deal between Israel and Germany, challenging the agreement with an appeal of the tender process.
All of which did not stop the PA representative from launching a sharp attack on Israel's water policy.
The US has been chasing after Mironov since May for the illegal transfer of US military technology to an unnamed foreign country.
More than 200 new immigrants arrived on aliyah from eastern Ukraine, the 19th IFCJ flight since Dec. 2014.
Lithuanians marked the 75th anniversary of the massacre of Jews in Moletai by Nazis and local collaborators during World War II.
There were no casualties.
The Zionist Federation in Sweden held its fifth annual rally under the theme, 'Taking Back Zionism.'
Once again the Palestinian Authority turns down a chance to negotiate directly for its own state, this time in Moscow.
A new smuggler tunnel has been found by police, running between Mexico under the border to the USA.
On May 19, 1943, Germany was declared Judenrein (clean of Jews), with no Jewish high schools. Now we're back to three, and counting.
The same official also told Israel Radio that the PA does not demand that Israel freeze settlement construction as a prerequisite to the Paris conference, but rather the freeze should coincide with the start of negotiations.
The attacker was arrested.
Before the war there were some 50 synagogues in Kolomia, among them the magnificent Hoiche Shul, a Yerushalmi synagogue, several Hassidic kloizes and even a Zionist synagogue.
More than a dozen new canines arrive for training in the Israel Police force.
One MP said "the German government cannot publicly designate the godfather of terrorism Erdogan as a partner, while internally warning about Turkey as a hub for terrorism."
Tadeusz Slowikowski, 86, is responsible for the Nazi gold train rumor and has spent much of his time since the 1950s searching for that train.
France has shut down at least 20 mosques and now has banned foreign funding of the Islamic houses of worship as well.