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Barnes & Noble is Selling Assaf Voll’s Palestinian History Book

Amazon pulled the best-selling book on the history of the Palestinian people.

A History of the Palestinian People – From Ancient Times to the Modern Era

Assaf A. Voll has written one of the most comprehensive books on the history of the Palestinian People.

Early History Of Jews In Chicago

In 1845 the first Jewish organization in Chicago was established under the name of the Jewish Burial Ground Society.

Rivlin Stresses Need for Solidarity with Arabs at Conference Celebrating Crucial Dates in Zionist...

Rivlin urged a resolution for regulating illegal construction in the Arab sector, where 'each hesitation distances us further from the solution, and has the ability to increase the divisions, and the violence.'

Tim Kaine Needs A History Lesson

There’s a reason the “two state” proposal attracted the support of so few sitting US presidents: it’s a bad idea. A Palestinian state would pose a lethal danger to Israel and destabilize the region

Historically Jewish Country Club May Revoke Complimentary Membership for Obama Over UNSC Resolution

The Woodmont Country Club is extremely expensive and has the best golf courses in the Washington DC area.

Police Sappers Called to Haganah Museum in Tel Aviv

History came alive in Tel Aviv this week when sappers were called to the Haganah Museum to remove a live grenade that was unexpectedly discovered in a closet.

Obama’s UN Legacy: Whitewashing Iran’s Nuclear Cheating; Outlawing Jewish History

This year, the UN was bookmarked by startling resolutions orchestrated by Pres. Obama: the Iran Nuclear Deal in Jan., and in Dec. Jewish presence declared illegal in areas integral to Jewish history.

The History Of Chanukah (continued from last week)

Mattisyahu knew that Antiochus would be enraged when he heard what had happened, so he and his sons fled to the Judean Hills.

Chanukah Cards And Jewish History

Behind each is a tale of time and place that, framed against various religious, political, social, cultural, and artistic milieus, can provide deep insight into Jewish historical leitmotifs.

Redeeming Relevance: Parshat Vayeshev: The Rhymes and Rhythms of Biblical History

How could Ya’akov make the same 'mistake' as his father, to favor one child over another after all the troubles that plagued him resulting from Yitzchak favoring Esav?

UN Ambassador Danny Danon Welcomes Colleagues to Israel, Ancient and New

Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon took 14 of his ambassadorial colleagues on a tour of the Western Wall tunnels.

The Biggest White Elephant In History

If Israel didn’t receive American aid, would it buy U.S. F-35 jets? Should it? This deal has given us an air force on a leash.

The History Of A Miraculous Country: An Interview with Author Daniel Gordis

People who start the history in 1948 encounter a country that is fundamentally in conflict and are not exposed at all to the yearnings of the Jewish people to restore themselves to their ancestral homeland.

Breaking the Silence: Teaching Hebron’s Real Jewish History to Young Israelis

If students on the tour encounter foreign journalists, European MPs, or anti-Israel propaganda tours led by radical Left NGOs, they will be permitted to educate them, politely, about the hypocrisy of the delegitimization campaign against Israel.

Arab Terror in Jerusalem Targets Jewish Homes and Buses

Stoning attacks in Israel's capital seemed to spike after the Jerusalem resolution by UNESCO's World Heritage Committee.

Fiddlers On The Loose: A Short History Of Klezmer

One thing klezmer instruments usually had in common was their portability.

History Of Jews In Golders Green

The Jews who landed at London’s port, located at the eastern end of the city, did not have the wherewithal to go far, and settled in what it still known as the East End, like what happened in the Lower East Side of New York.

A History of ‘Evenhanded’ Failure

On September 25, King Hussein took the extraordinary step of meeting with Israel’s prime minister, despite the countries’ lack of formal diplomatic ties, to warn that Syria and Egypt would soon attack

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