Israeli Aid Teams Fighting Fire in Macedonia

A 22-member delegation was sent by the Jewish State to battle the flames, which began last week.

Russia’s Lavrov Says Moscow Seeks ‘Pragmatic Relations’ With USA

Israeli Defense Minister Liberman met with Russia's FM Lavrov on the sidelines of the conference.

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.

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.

70 Years Later, Auschwitz Inmate’s Gold Ring Found in Double Bottom Mug

"The Germans incessantly lied to the Jews they deported for extermination. They told them about resettlement, work and life in a different location."

Netanyahu to Discuss UN Voting Record During Visit to Kazakhstan

PM Netanyahu travels next week to Kazakhstan, which begins a 2-year stint on the UN Security Council. No Israeli prime minister has ever visited.

Russian Programmer Wanted by US Flees Armenia to Moscow

The US has been chasing after Mironov since May for the illegal transfer of US military technology to an unnamed foreign country.

Rivlin Underscores ‘Deep Connections’ at Meeting With Georgian PM

"The challenges we face are quite similar and we need to learn from your experience," said Georgia's Prime Minister.

Swastikas, Anti-Semitic Graffiti on Ukraine Synagogue

Before the war there were some 50 synagogues in Kolomia, among them the magnificent Hoiche Shul, a Yerushalmi synagogue, several Hassidic kloizes and even a Zionist synagogue.

Historic Cemetery Renovated by ESJF in Buchach, Hometown of SY Agnon, Simon Wiesenthal, Sigmund...

"Through their preservation and fencing we were able to achieve what was almost like a last minute rescue."

Last Survivor of Sobibor Death Camp, Philip Bialowitz, obm, Passes Away

The last Polish Jew who managed to survive the Sobibor Nazi death camp has passed away at the age of 90.

Jews Lose: Unanimous US Supreme Court Sides with Germany on Nazi-Looted Art

Chief Justice Roberts warned that a broad reading of the exception in the law could invite lawsuits against the United States in foreign courts.

Jewish Groups Protest Polish Guesthouse Ban on Jews

The guest house belongs to Piotr Rybak, who is known for a number of anti-Semitic actions including the burning of a Jew in effigy on the main market square in Wroclaw.

Hungarian Government Transfers Holocaust Museum Ownership to Jewish Community

"The government decision also includes the fact that the owner of the Holocaust museum will be the Jewish Community, something which is unique in Europe."

Netanyahu Welcomes PM Orban to Jerusalem: ‘Hungary Has Led the Charge Many Times for...

Netanyahu to Orban: "You have stood up for Israel time and time again in international forums. It is deeply appreciated."

Israeli, US Pilots to Fly Joint Aerial Exercise Near Eilat

"There's a lot to learn from Israel. In our tiny airspace and in the environment around us, things are so intense."

Polish Culture Minister Protests Museum’s Inclusion of Poles in Responsibility for Holocaust

Gliński is irate at the exhibition which presents Poland, France and Ukraine as states and nations that collaborated with the Holocaust, while Germany is presented "only as the country that exemplifies the holocaust."

Trump Warns ‘Something Will Have To Be Done’ About North Korea Missile Threat

President Trump said Washington considered this week's ICBM launch a threat and that the United States would “confront it very strongly.”

Pope Francis Blesses Righteous Christian Polish Gentiles at Auschwitz-Birkenau

The Chief Rabbi of Poland arranged for the Pope to meet with Righteous Christian Poles at Auschwitz-Birkenau.

Czech Republic, Hungary, Consider Moving Embassies to Jerusalem

Despite the objection of two member states, Mogherini opted to declare that all the EU states were in full agreement with her position.

100 European Jewish Boys & Girls Celebrate Bar, Bat Mitzvahs at Western Wall

The celebrants were accompanied by rabbis from their respective Jewish communities and a native speaker of their language was attached to each group.

European Union Funds Unprecedented Mapping Process of Jewish Cemeteries in Eastern Europe

Since its foundation in 2015, the ESJF has rescued and protected over 120 Jewish cemeteries in seven Central and Eastern European countries.

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.

Azerbaijan Decides to Open Tourism, Trade Offices in Israel

"I believe these are important steps towards the opening of an Embassy of Azerbaijan in Israel."

UN to Create Database of Businesses Operating in Jewish Settlements

A Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel called the UNHRC a “cynical, shameless and hypocritical body, probably in need of urgent mental treatment.”

Shavei Israel to Open First Jewish Kindergarten in Lodz

Shavei Israel and the Jewish community of Lodz will open the first Jewish kindergarten in the city since World War II.

Romanian Parliament Votes to Make Jewish & Holocaust Studies Mandatory

The Ellie Wiesel Institute reported 27 anti-Semitic in Romania in 2020 alone.

Czech President Milos Zeman ‘Unable to Carry Out Duties, Prognosis Uncertain’

The newly elected speaker of the lower house will name the new prime minister after the first meeting of the new house on Nov. 8 if Zeman is incapacitated.

Polish Army Securing Nazi Gold Train Area

A military train had been discovered in Walbrzych, near Poland’s border with the Czech Republic.

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