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Culture Minister Miri Regev’s Statue Now a Temporary Feature at Israel’s National Theater

In recent months, Minister Regev has provoked outrage in the culture community in Israel with her so-called "Law of Loyalty in Culture."

Exhibition: ‘David Olère. The One Who Survived Crematorium III’ at the Auschwitz Memorial

Olère felt compelled to capture Auschwitz artistically to illustrate the fate of all those that did not survive.

The Shabbat Project and Echoes of Shabbat Candles Under the Inquisition

This week, as we light our candles or oil for the Shabbat-felt-around-the-world, may we remember how fortunate we are to be able to do so in freedom and pure joy.

Renowned Jewish Vocalist ‘Dedi’ Hospitalized in ICU at Mayanei Hayeshua

The public is asked to please continue prayers for the healing of Oded David Ben Zipporah.

Jewish Lords Ask to Drop Ghanaian, Israeli Architects’ $65 Million Holocaust Memorial Project

David Adjaye was born in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Ron Arad was born in Tel Aviv.

Charles Aznavour, ‘French Sinatra’ Leaves The Stage Forever (video)

Aznavour received the Raoul Wallenberg Medal for his parents’ role in helping Jews and Armenians during World War II.

Gal Gadot to Play Self on The Simpsons

Gadot tweeted: I grew up watching The Simpsons and now I get to voice myself in an episode! Stay tuned..."

It’s Official: Tel Aviv to Host Eurovision 2019 Song Contest [video]

At least 20,000 tourists are expected to arrive in Tel Aviv for the song contest, with an estimated NIS 100 million in direct revenue gained as a result.

After 77 Years, Jewish Deli Owner Gets Back her Nazi Looted Renoir

“I’m very thankful to be able to show my beloved family, wherever they are, that after all they’ve been through, there is justice.”

Kim Kardashian West Signs Deal With Top Israeli Sunglasses Chain

Kardashian West has visited Israel in the past, most notably in 2015, when she and her husband brought their daughter to be baptized in an Armenian Church in Jerusalem.

‘Sobibor’ to Represent Russia in the Oscars

As many as 250,000 Jews were murdered at Sobibor, making it the fourth worst extermination camp, after Bełżec, Treblinka, and Auschwitz.

Baseball Hall of Fame Celebrates Jewish Big League Spy Moe Berg

Yankees and Mets legendary manager Casey Stengel said he was "the strangest man ever to play baseball."

Putin, Medvedev, Attend Adored Jewish Crooner’s Funeral

In 1983, Kobzon was expelled from the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and reprimanded for performing Jewish songs.

Eurovision Demands Israeli Commitment to Allow In Fans Who Are Anti-Israel

The EBU also demands that Israel agree not to restrict in any way the events related to the contest that would fall on Shabbat.

Update: Arab Vocalist’s Conversion Rejected by Israel’s Chief Rabbinate

Qadri was informed the conversion would not be recognized because it was carried out by a rabbi who is independent from the state network of Rabbinate authorities authorized to conduct conversions.

Popular Arab Singer Celebrates Birthday with Conversion to Judaism

Her name now is Bracha bat Sarah, in Hebrew, a “blessing” and daughter of the Biblical matriarch Sarah, mother of the Jewish faith.

Great Jewish American Playwright Neil Simon Dead at 91

Simon did not write about Jewish subjects, but much of his work was rooted in New York Jewish life.
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The Third Reich Is Alive and Well and Fighting Every Sunday in New Zealand

When the wife confronted the Nazi-clad men about the idea of wearing Nazi uniform in public, one of those Nazi-imitating chaps told her: "It's history – if you don't like it [expletive] off."

Aretha Franklin, American Soul Music’s ‘Natural Woman’ Dies at 76

The world today is a little emptier without her, but that much richer with the musical treasures she left behind.

‘Black Matter’ Juxtaposes Cosmic Jewish Tradition with African American Radical Work

Black Matter explores the concept of dark matter and dark energy in physics, as a principle resonant with everyday magic in urban space.

Dressing With Chutzpah: With Beyoncé Wearing Her Creations On Tour, Shahar Avnet’s Colorful Designs...

Two years ago the 30-year-old designer was a student at the Shenkar College of Engineering, Design, and Art; now Beyoncé is wearing one of her creations on tour.

Jewish Congressman Avoids Humiliation by Sacha Baron Cohen

Zeldin’s office received a "convincing" interview request from an Israeli TV station that told the Jewish Republican he was being honored as part of Israel’s 70th anniversary celebrations.

Netflix Drops an Irate Louis Farrakhan’s Documentary

"What do the opponents of truth not want you to learn about Minister Farrakhan?" an NOI press release asked.

Israel’s Bezalel Academy ‘Brings It’ With Innovation for the Startup Nation

The work of these students will have a global impact in fields like tactical medicine, home healthcare, and more.

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