The airline is a subsidiary of the China-based Hooling Group established in 1988.
The IDF paratroopers are participating in joint training with the 173rd Brigade of the European Command of the US Army.
Nineteen countries participate in the maneuvers, with about 18,000 soldiers spread around Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.
Dan Propper, a 78-year-old Israeli Czech businessman, was named honorary consul.
"I do not think that there is a causal link between the transfer of the U.S. Embassy... to Jerusalem and the events in Gaza."
In a deal worth hundreds of millions of dollars, Israel’s Rafael Advanced Defense Systems will provide the Romanian Romaero company with licensing and training to produce their own air-defense systems.
Sibiu will be the sixth city in Romania to operate a direct route with Israel.
Both the new Czech Consulate and Czech Cultural Center are to be located on the “western” side of Jerusalem.
The United States plans to officially transfer its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and open temporary facilities on the secular date of Israel’s declaration of independence, May 14.
Israel’s Foreign Ministry worked together with authorities in Bucharest to coordinate rescue efforts.
The decision to buy the Israeli planes was allegedly pushed by Croatian Defense Minister Damir Krstičević. Israel also offered to cooperate on drone development.
“People marching in the streets of European capitals shouting ‘Death to the Jews’ has led to the actual death of Jews, and will continue if Europe does not react.”
The celebrants were accompanied by rabbis from their respective Jewish communities and a native speaker of their language was attached to each group.
“It’s a dramatic step but it embodies a clear message that we are not willing to accept the distortion of history ."
We are concerned that this law will have repercussions in the areas of Holocaust research, education and remembrance.
“The past cannot be rewritten,” he said. “The future will be written together.”
"Israel works closely with our partners around the world to defend and reveal the truth about the Holocaust. We expect to do that with every country, including Poland."
“Anti-Semitic statements are overflowing the internet channels in Poland, [and] they have become present on the main stream media too."
One of the first questions the Poles asked the Nazis, their new rulers, was if it was permitted to kill the Jews.
"In every town where there was an Aktion (German expulsion of the local Jews), the ghetto was surrounded by a mob that participated in a formal hunt on Jews, a hunt according to all the rules of hunting—with beaters or without them. Did many Jews perish at their hands? Countless ones!"
"We’re working with the Russian state service for archives on a project titled ‘Every Person Has a Name,’" Koren said.
The lesson plan reminds students that "even after the war, Jews encountered hostility from their former neighbors as they returned from the concentration camps ... The most famous case was the Kielce pogrom in Poland, in July 1946, during which the Poles murdered 42 Holocaust survivors who returned to the city."
"The two leaders [also] agreed to expand economic, security, water, agricultural, academic and tourism cooperation."
“At Yad Vashem, there is an avenue along which there are trees which represent the Righteous Among the Nations. But one tree is missing . . ."
The term "Polish death camp" was first used by Polish resistance fighter Jan Karski in a 1944 article that was titled "Polish Death Camp."