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.
Lady Meyer was a socially concerned philanthropist supporting working class women, underprivileged families, and women’s suffrage.
The long-awaited, deeply delightful, hugely majestic classical rock band 'Queen' performed in Tel Aviv's Yarkon Park at last. All is right with the musical world.
Itzhak Perlman received the $1 million Genesis Prize for his outstanding achievement as a classical musician and for his dedication to improving the lives of people with disabilities.
One of Hollywood's finest and funniest comedians has been silenced forever. Gene Wilder passes away at age 83.
Over the last two years, the ministry transferred lions, a horse and other animals.
Hill only lasted one season on “Mission: Impossible,” because he was "difficult to work with," most notably because he refused to work late on Fridays, because of his Shabbat observance.
The 25,000 Tel Avivian dogs enjoy 70 public dog parks, that's 1.3 dog parks for every 250 acres.
Famed Jewish actor Philip 'Fyvush' Finkel was born in Brownsville, NY. He brought to life several characters in 'Fiddler on the Roof.'
WAG is actually showing two Jewish artists who dabble in the surreal, Warkov and Marc Chagall.
Painter Jonasz Stern left a permanent mark on the Polish art of the 20th century.
German Culture Minister Monika Grütters told the New York Times last March that a Jewish member on the committee “would be the only voice who would be prejudiced.”
Bohm escaped Nazism in 1939 when she was sent to England to finish her schooling, armed with a Leica camera handed to her by her father as she was departing.
The parents of Russian-Jewish actor Anton Yelchin sue Fiat Chrysler over their son's death.
Playtika's games are played daily by more than 6 million people in 190 countries, in 12 languages and on more than 10 platforms.
Magen David Adom Warns Israeli Public of ‘Pokémon Go’ Dangers
Louis C.K. noted that the word “Jew” is “the only word that is the polite thing to call a group of people and the slur for the same group."
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The last straw in Galatz's elitist load was the station's movie critic Gidi Orsher who posted a particularly offensive Facebook status in which he described Jews from Muslim countries as superstitious savages.
"...this artistic tactic poses with feigned innocence in the likeness of a 19th-century pilgrimage, in which the Holy Land is portrayed through misty eyes."
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