If you ask “What are you” – you destroy the world. If you ask “Who are you?” you build the world…” (Shlomo Carlebach).
Passage to Israel is an ethereal, upliftingly soulful work of art.
Last March, Culture Minister Grütters faced shocked protests after telling the New York Times that if a Jew is appointed to the commission his “would be the only voice who would be prejudiced.”
Defying leftwing criticism and protests, Habima played in Kiryat Arba.
The museum depicts Arafat’s role in the rise of Palestinian nationalism as a reaction to the arrival of Zionism.
Jewish pirates aren't more interesting Jews; Jewish pirates make pirates more interesting, says the filmmaker.
Chareau, whose wife Dollie Dyte Chareau was Jewish and whose mother came from a Sephardic family, fled to the United States in 1940.
It is a typically edifying poem of the sort that was often written in "poezie albums," exhorting the owner to do her best and be diligent at work.
Bernard Shapero said that “the whole exhibition shows the positive side of Judaism. There’s no Holocaust material or anti-Semitic material, which forms a large part of collecting in this field.”
Rudolf-August Oetker was the grandson of Dr. August Oetker. He ran the company from 1944 to 1981.
My Genizah is a hard-edge, personal commentary on the making of the Jewish archive from the documents of the Genizah.
Bidders are required to agree to place the object on public exhibition, as per a stipulation by the Israel Antiquities Authority, which designated the artifact a "National Treasure" of Israel.
Culture Minister Miri Regev (Likud) issued a directive whereby theatrical institutions that perform in Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria will receive a 10% increase in their state budgets.
Cohen owns a security company for celebrities in the US, with clients such as Brad Pitt and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Einstein wrote: "I am now very happy because I finally solved to my total satisfaction, after immensely intensive work, my gravitation-electricity problem. This, in a way, concludes my life’s work."
According to the suit, the original, Jewish owner sold the painting under duress for $13,200, when he and his wife were in Paris, to pay for their escape to Brazil.
Minister Miri Regev said “the uncovering of these finds joins a long list of discoveries that enlighten us about our historic past, a past that is manifested in our country’s soil and in the writings of the Book of Books.”
A kind of Jerusalem fever gripped much of the world from about 1000 to 1400. Across three continents, thousands made their way to the Holy City—from Jewish, Christian, and Islamic traditions alike.
In today's digital age, such film footage is particularly compelling and stirring, granting us a glimpse into a living memory of a world that was – and is no longer.
The exhibition uses the golem figure to examine topics like creativity, creation, power, and redemption.