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Wallenberg-Signed Document Exempting a Jew from Wearing Yellow Star Fetches $13,310

On 17 January 1945, during the Siege of Budapest by the Red Army, Wallenberg was detained by SMERSH on suspicion of espionage and subsequently disappeared.
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Singapore Imam Apologizes for Anti-Jewish Comment

In his apology, the Imam said: 'I am filled with great remorse for the inconvenience, tension and trauma that I have caused to this peaceful country.'

Soviet Era ‘Babi Yar’ Poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko Dies in Tulsa, Oklahoma at 83

Yevtushenko's Babi Yar described both the Nazi atrocities and the Soviet government's own persecution of Jews.

Germans Pay Heir of Jewish Art Collector, Keep Stolen Kirchner Painting

In return for the $1.28 million check, Hess's heir consented to keeping the Kirchner painting where it is.

Belgian Province to Ban Kosher Slaughter

Denmark, Switzerland and New Zealand already prohibit kosher slaughter.

Spa for the Soul: New Mikvah in Nigeria

'We wanted the place to look relaxing and modern.'

Supreme Court Bars Supreme Rabbinic Court from Ruling on ‘Safed Get’

The ruling permitted an Aguna whose husband is in a vegetative state to remarry.

UK Kids Whos Stole Auschwitz Artifacts Fined

The Krakow court fined them $665 each and ordered them to donate $2,000 to a memorial fund for Auschwitz survivors and their families.

American Jewish Leaders Meet With A-G Jeff Sessions on Anti-Semitism

“We are looking forward to continued collaboration with government at all levels."

In Northeast India, Bnei Menashe Prepare Matzah for Passover

Each village priest would recite ancient prayers, such as “Miriam’s Song,” echoing the Biblical account of the Exodus and its aftermath.

LA Folks Invited to Yishai Fleisher’s Debate with J Street

If you live in or around LA, you're invited to a treat.

Hotshot Star Wars Pilot Oscar Isaac to Star in Eichmann Capture Movie

Eichmann's trial began on April 11, 1961, and he was executed on May 31, 1962.

JCC Bombing Threats Suspect Appears in Federal Court

According to the prosecution, Thompson used fake email accounts with his ex-girlfriend's name to send the bomb threats.

Israeli Kids Try Their Hands at One of the Busiest Matzah Bakeries in the...

Similar model matzah bakeries bring the experience to Jewish children (and children at heart) all over the globe.

New Interactive Maps Expose Anti-Semitic Activity on US Campuses

Through the webpage, students can also submit photos of the anti-Semitism they witness in real time.

Document: SS Chief Wished Mufti in 1943 ‘Victory Against the Jewish Invaders’

'In this spirit, I am happy to wish you, on the anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, warm wishes for your continued struggle until the great victory.'

NGO Provocation Photographed on Shabbat with Zionist Rabbi’s Permission

This permit was used last Shabbat, when activists from the leftwing NGO Ta'ayush, an anarchist group that provokes violent confrontations in Judea and Samaria, arrived outside a religious moshav in Jordan Valley.

New Israelis Arrive From Ukraine on IFCJ ‘Freedom Flight’

The start of a new life in Israel, "a strong and independent country," is a rescue for olim from Ukraine.

AIPAC Conference Celebrates Judea and Samaria Anniversary

"We are committed to doing everything in our power to strengthen the Israeli presence in Judea and Samaria," said Rabbi Ben Dahan.

Holocaust Survivor, 86, Returning to Auschwitz with IDF Officers

'I never wished to return to that place of our degradation and annihilation, but to return in the company of our noblest, bravest of the brave – our IDF soldiers, makes my spirit soar with pride and hope.'

Copenhagen Jazz Festival Rejects Israeli Musician for ‘Political Reasons’

CFCA asked the organizer if the festival is applying its politics to other nationals or just Israelis.

Guggenheim Museum Too Jewish for Abu Dhabi

So the main reason for the killing of this mind-blowing project is fear of retaliation by the local Islamic gentry against big buildings with Jewish names.

Students Earn Travel to Poland Digging Up 2000-Year-Old Mikvahs Outside Bet Shemesh

A rare and impressive array of ritual baths and underground systems used by rebels during the Bar Kokhba Revolt.
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‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’ Celebrates Polish Couple Who Hid Hundreds of Jews Among the Beasts

Some hid in animal cages, other in the villa's basement. Some were 'adopted' as fake family members or service staff.

WJC: More than 1,000 Anti-Semitic Social Media Posts Every Day

'We knew that anti-Semitism online was on the rise, but the numbers revealed in this report give us concrete data as to how alarming the situation really is.'

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