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Leftwing Party Chief Zahava Gal-On Leaves Knesset

Last month, Gal-On, the first director general of anti-Zionist NGO B'Tselem, was spared a vote to oust her from the chairmanship in her party's national convention.

Revolutionary Ruling Permits Genetic Testing of Halachic Jewish Status

Some 40% of European Ashkenazi Jews carry a genetic mark that suggests they are the offspring of four mothers who immigrated to Europe from the Middle East a millennia ago.

1970s MiGs Return to Egypt in Russian 50 Warplane Deal

The Mikoyan MiG-29 is not likely to affect the balance of power between Egypt and Israel.

Netanyahu at Buenos Aires Economic Event: ‘The Future Belongs to Those Who Innovate’

"Israel produces more milk per cow than any other cow in the world. You think it would be a French cow, Dutch cow, an American cow? No. It's an Israeli cow, because it's a computerized cow, every moo is computerized."

Speaker Edelstein to Russian Parliament: I Greet You in the Language for which I...

Speaker Edelstein was invited to give the speech exactly 30 years after he had completed a three-year sentence in a Soviet labor camp for his Zionist activities.

Former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, 87

"Among the State of Israel's greatest friends, he was completely dedicated to its security."

Only in Palestine: AP Exonerates Butcher of Hebron

It is to expected in view of 150 years of Zionist settlement in Israel that Arab murderers would take pride in their bloody handiwork. It's harder to accept the clipped, ready-to-serve, 4-line paragraph the AP story presents as context.

Israel’s 1953 World’s Fair

Though the United States participated, Israeli officials were furious when the U.S. announced it would boycott the opening ceremony.

Congresswoman Lowey Opens Exhibition on Leonard Cohen’s Jewish Roots

Top Israeli singer Ninet Tayeb gave a special tribute performance to Leonard Cohen at the conference’s gala event on Saturday night.

New Global Holocaust Remembrance Day Campaign to Aid Poorest Survivors

Hollywood mogul Haim Saban announced he is donating $1 million to the effort.

When your Car Breaks Down in Omsk, Take It to ‘Zhyd’ Garage

'If this name is a mistake and it was picked out of ignorance, then it needs to be corrected,' declared a SuperOmsk editorial by Stepan Bonkovsky, a Deputy of the Regional Legislative Assembly.

Soviet Era ‘Babi Yar’ Poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko Dies in Tulsa, Oklahoma at 83

Yevtushenko's Babi Yar described both the Nazi atrocities and the Soviet government's own persecution of Jews.

Fact Checking John Kerry, the Man who Knows Everything but Understands Nothing

The greatest insult of the Kerry speech – and there were many – was his line: 'Does anyone here really believe that the settlers will agree to submit to Palestinian law in Palestine?'

Miraculous Family Reunion to Take Place at Yad Vashem

Neither side of the family knew anyone from the other side had survived the Holocaust!

Russian diplomat: Moscow, Jerusalem Friendship at Highest Point Ever

According to Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov, President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Netanyahu hold regular telephone conversations.

Medvedev, Netanyahu, Rivlin, Discuss Bilateral Cooperation and Agricultural Innovation

The Volcani tour will conclude with new sensors to monitor milk quality and output in cows, and new wheat storage solutions that protect against pests.

Sweden Officially Declares WWII Hero Raoul Wallenberg Dead

Perhaps now Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg's soul can rest: Stockholm has officially declared him dead.

Escalation: Russian Aircraft Carrier Headed for the Mediterranean

Once in the Mediterranean, the Kuznetsov will take up position off the coast of Syria for four to five months, possibly using its complement of 20 MIG 29, 12 SU-33, and Kamov helicopters to carry out airstrikes.

Russia Successfully Tests Ballistic Missile in Jewish Autonomous Area

The Soviets established the Jewish autonomous administration in 1934, as part of Stalin's Soviet nationality policy.

Raoul Wallenberg’s Fate Revealed in Diary of Former KGB Chief

The former chief of the KGB bequeaths evidence about Raoul Wallenberg for future generations, in papers found in a suitcase.

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