BGU Researchers Say Oxytocin May Promote ‘Lying for Your Team’

Oxytocin may cause people to "bend ethical rules to help the people close to us, like our team or family," say research team leader Dr. Shaul Shalvi.

Ukraine Rebels Hold European Observers Hostage

Ukraine rebels are holding four European observers hostage, and shot down a gov't helicopter, killing 14.

Japan’s Bank Apologizes for Praising Hitler

Public figures in Japan, a German ally in World War II, occasionally cause controversy when they express favorable comments about economic or other aspects of the Nazi regime.
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Head of Berlin Jewish Museum Resigns over Objection to Anti-BDS Law

Under Schäfer's direction, in 2017, the museum was criticized for an exhibition titled "Welcome to Jerusalem."

Vandals Deface Mural Commemorating Jewish Holocaust Victims in Salonika, Greece

The mural was created only a few days ago to commemorate the 78th anniversary of the departure of the first train hauling the city’s Jews to Auschwitz.

Anti-Putin Rebels Switch to Ukrainian Side, Join ‘Freedom of Russia Legion’

The first volunteers of the Freedom of Russia Legion began individual preliminary training in late March 2022.

US SuperTanker Arrives as List of PyroTerror Arrests Grows

The US Supertanker aerial firefighter arrives in Israel as the list of captured pyroterrorists grows, with fires starting to slow down.

Polish Scientist, Possibly Others Detained in Iran

Iran claimed the arrests came in response to alleged acts of spying. It is not clear when the arrests took place.

Ex-Swedish Premier Faces Backlash for Negative Comments on Israeli Aid to Lebanon

The American Jewish Committee called on former Prime Minister Carl Bildt to apologize.

Ukraine Objecting to Moving Bones of Nachman of Breslov to Israel

The secret appeal was made by Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely (Likud), on behalf of Breslov Hasidism in Israel.

Rivlin Tells Steinmeier ‘We’re Not Occupiers’

“A people cannot be an occupier in its own land,” Pres. Rivlin said. “We are not occupiers in our own capital."

NY Members of Congress Push to Deport Former Nazi Guard

Palij pleaded in court that he was forced to serve as a guard at the slave labor camp during World War II.

Ukrainians Recount War Stories in Virtual Museum of Civilian Voices

“These stories do not make easy listening. But they emphasize the sheer horror, chaos and dehumanization of war."

US, World Powers Offering Nuclear Equipment to Iran

In a last-ditch effort the US and world powers offer Iran nuclear equipment to sweeten their deal.

Report: UK Pays Millions to Known Terrorists

Amjad Awad, who murdered Ehud and Ruth Fogel and their three children in 2011, has received an estimated £16,000 ($22,600) from the fund so far.

Russian Search Giant Buys Israeli Start-Up

The Russian search giant Yandex has bought out Israel’s KitLocate start-up, a maker of low-power mobile geolocation technology, for “several million Euros,” TechCrunch reported...

Israeli Suspected of Stealing Millions from French Elderly

The suspect was caught playing volleyball on the beach.

Bennett: I Will Be the Father of French Aliyah

"There are 200,000 Jews in France who would immigrate to Israel tomorrow if we would do what is needed," Bennett said.

Auschwitz Provides Tourists with Outdoor Showers to ‘Cool Down’

The management of the former death camp says there was no intention to remind people of the gas "showers."

Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis the Next Chief Rabbi of the UK

Since 1996 Rabbi Mirvis has become synonymous with the ever-growing Finchley Synagogue, one of the biggest congregations in London.

Most Dutch Muslims View Syrian Jihadists as Heroes, Says Wilders

More than 70 percent of Muslims in Netherlands reportedly view their brethren fighting the "jihad" in Syria as "heroes."

Russia Backs Down and Says Iran Won’t Get S300 System in ‘Near Future’

Kremlin says the lifting of the ban on selling the anti-missile systems to Iran was only a "political and legal decision."

With Fear of Proto-Fascist Terrorism Growing, Germany Reports 2,032 Anti-Semitic Crimes in 2019, 13%...

Reichsbürger ("Reich Citizens") is a label for several groups and individuals in Germany and elsewhere who reject the legitimacy of the Federal Republic of Germany.

Israeli Mobileye, Volkswagen, Sign Deal to Develop Autonomous Driving

Mobileye and Volkswagen are taking the next step towards autonomous driving.

Irish Jewish Cabinet Minister Victim of Nazi Hoax

One or more anti-Semites sent a package of suspicious white powder and a photograph of Nazis to the home of Ireland’s Justice Minister Alan...

German Gov’t Charges Local Syrian Fighter with Terrorism

The German government is cracking down on those who fight in the Syrian civil war; one who returned has been charged with terrorism.

Denmark’s Boycott Bank Linked to North Korea-Iran Ballistic Missiles Sales

Denmark's Danske Bank is boycotting Israeli banks, but had no problem with servicing a North Korean missile companies trading with Iran. What does that tell you?

WJRO Reports on Thousands of Cultural Objects Looted By Croatia during Holocaust

“This report is being released just weeks before the international Terezin Declaration Conference on Holocaust-era assets."

Gdansk Mayor Pwel Adamowicz Stabbed During Appearance

Last year the mayor denounced the vandalism when the windows of the city’s synagogue were broken in an anti-Semitic attack.

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