There are thousands of personal letters in the Yad Vashem Archives, which were sent by Jews – adults and children – to their relatives and friends from their homes, the ghettos and the camps.
Nuriel does not expect that increasingly brutal Islamic attacks on European civilians will necessarily generate more sympathy for Israel.
Jews in London were targeted in a rash of violent "hit-and-run" anti-Semitic attacks over this past Sabbath.
"We, the citizens of Germany, are now joined in a great national effort to rebuild our country and restore its promise for all of our people."
'Please be aware that any engagement on your part ... may be detrimental to the community's interest given the sensitive nature of this matter at this time.'
US Secy of State John Kerry said it was "frankly inappropriate" for President-elect Trump to express an opinion on actions by another leader.
A leading professor at Soroka Medical Center leads a cutting-edge four-day conference set to begin in France on the issue of recurrent pregnancy loss.
Russia is brokering reconciliation talks between Hamas and Fatah in Moscow; both ask for help with the new US president-elect.
The president of Poland laid a bouquet of flowers on the grave of Yoni Netanyahu, who he said was "a hero."
Lightweight, compact and cost-effective, BrightNite delivers directly to both eyes of the pilot a crystal clear visual of the landscape, flight data, and especially the mission data.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini politely warned incoming US President Trump not to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem.
Germany's foreign minister says negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority can't be "undermined by construction of settlements."
Jared Kushner is a man who knows how to keep a grudge, and knows the secret of revenge being best served ice cold. Don't underestimate him, don't mess with him, don't take him for granted.
The joint declaration of nations gathered in Paris to reaffirm their support for UN Security Council resolution 2334(2016) which condemned Israel's presence in her own capital, and the presence of half a million Jews in their homes.
The UK did not sign the Paris joint declaration, which reaffirms UN Security Council resolution 2334.
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May looked to the future of her country and deferred to US President-elect Donald Trump on Paris.
The rally attracted protesters from across Europe: France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany, who raised Israeli flags and signs supporting Israel.
NGO Monitor accuses France of providing both direct government support (through AFD and the French Consulate in Jerusalem) and indirect support via third party NGOs to organizations with alleged ties to the PFLP terror organization.
In the tradition of the 1938 Munich agreement between the Germans and the British, the envisioned solution is being put together by anyone but those directly affected by it.
A pendant discovered in Sobibór bears close resemblance to one owned by Anne Frank.
British aristocracy have apparently not yet recovered from President Obama's insult, despite the gesture of conciliation by a new incoming president.
Israel's Foreign Ministry tweets: #Paris is truly beautiful this time of year but only way to reach lasting #Peace is direct bilateral negotiations.
Four Orthodox Jews in North London were attacked by a young British man who yelled 'heil Hitler' and threw gas canisters at them from a van.
The German regional court ruled the arsonists were carrying out a political statement against Israel, not an anti-Semitic hate crime.
The imam of the Jamal Abdel Nasser Mosque in Ramallah warned that moving the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem would 'engulf the region in the flames.'