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Netanyahu to Austrian Chancellor-Elect: Remember the Holocaust

Should Kurz form a right-wing coalition with the Freedom Party, Austria would join Hungary’s Viktor Orbán and Poland’s Law and Justice government in pursuing tough policies on borders, refugees and migration.

Netanyahu Phones Austria’s Chancellor-elect Kurz With Invitation to Israel

Austria's Chancellor-elect said he is interested in “developing the friendship and links” with Israel, and is happy to visit soon.

Austrian Police Force Muslim Women to Show their Faces as Burqa Ban Takes Effect

The “Prohibition of the Covering of the Face Act,” a.k.a. the anti-burqa law, came into effect in Austria on Sunday, banning women from covering...

Austria Hands Down Life Imprisonment to Hamas Terrorist Released in Gilad Shalit Deal

During the course of 2016, he contacted two residents of the liberated territories via the Internet and arranged for them to recruit additional members to carry out grenade attacks in Jerusalem.

European Court Upholds Belgian Ban on Muslim Face Veil

Violation of the Belgian ban is punishable by a fine and up to seven days in jail.

Austria Blocks Entry of Turkish Minister on Anniversary of 2016 Coup

Last week, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan was not permitted to speak to Turkish ex-patriots in Germany.

128-Year-Old Argentinean Says He’s Adolf Hitler

Guntherberg's wife Angela Martinez (they've been together 55 years) says her husband suffers from dementia.

Austria Charges 9 With Anti-Nazi Law Violation

One of the group was detained after he became aggressive with police officers. Others were simply charged.

New Study: Higher Risk of Suicide among Israelis from Countries Where Most Jews Were...

'Our studies show that Holocaust survivors cannot be treated as a homogeneous population when it comes to psychological contexts such as the risk of suicide or mental illness.'

Austrian Anti-Semitic Incidents Rising

'What we see is that racism [and anti-Semitism have become] more socially acceptable in Austria.'

As Holocaust Survivors Disappear, 10,000 Youths, 12 European Education Ministers to Partake in March...

'To our dismay, the number of survivors who can share their story is rapidly declining,' said Education Minister Naftali Bennett. 'We must find new ways to remember.'

Yad Vashem Online Presents Touching ‘Last Letters From the Holocaust’

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.

Terrorist Attack Foiled Outside Vienna’s Main Synagogue

Austrian police foiled a terrorist attack on the main synagogue in Vienna on the Sabbath. Two Afghan citizens were arrested.

New Zealand PM, Son of Holocaust Refugee, Resigns

Key is often asked why he didn't speak any German, considering his Austrian roots, and his response is: “The simple answer is my mother refused to teach me. She did not want to reflect on her history.”

Israel Will Not Sign On to US Regulation of Israeli Drone Exports

Slowly but surely, American companies have been encroaching on a field where in the past Israeli products ruled.

Austria Backpedals on Demolition of Hitler’s Birth House

Austria's government committee has suggested a "profound architectural redesign" to Hitler's birth house, rather than demolition.

Hitler’s Childhood Home to be Demolished by Austrian Government

The Austrian government says it will demolish Adolf Hitler's birth house to prevent it from becoming a neo-Nazi monument.

Israel Among Top Five Countries on WHO 2015 Life Expectancy Chart

Only 22 countries around the globe have reached an average life expectancy greater than 80 years, so if one is planning to retire abroad, one should consider those countries most seriously.

Israel, Austria Celebrate 60 years of Diplomacy

Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz had a packed schedule for his visit this week in Israel.

PM Netanyahu, Austrian FM Discuss Israel-Palestinian Authority Peace Talks

Israel and Austria signed an agreement on educational and cultural issues on Monday while talking about the "peace initiative."

Anti-Semitism in Austria ‘Highest in Years’

Anti-Semitism is rising in Austria as well as elsewhere in Europe; new Muslim migrants may be part of the cause.

Austrian Minister Refuses to Meet Israeli Official in Eastern Jerusalem

Israel's Science Minister said the scheduled meeting "will take place in eastern Jerusalem or nowhere. The Austrian chose "nowhere."

Austria, Czech Republic Already Forging Economic Ties with Iran, as Revolutionary Guard Gains Legitimacy

“On the invitation of President Hassan Rouhani, I will pay a visit to the Islamic Republic of Iran from September 7-9, 2015,” wrote Austrian President Heinz Fischer

Knights of Jerusalem Do Battle in Austria

Israeli armor, swords and Star of David flags on display as national team wins Austria Cup

Refugee Who Rescued Husband from Dachau, Dies at 111

Gisela Kohn Dollinger tricked death twice.

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