Garland will be the third Jewish Attorney General in American history.
The single leaf of paper features 19 lines of text in German, approximately 189 words in addition to the math.
The wealthy owners of the sarcophagi, buried with their personal artifacts, had no idea that the coffins would find a place of honor alongside giraffes, elephants, and a bird nursery.
Germany’s Ministry of Culture spokesman said the tombstones “are centuries-old evidence of Jewish roots and tradition in Mainz.”
"As soon as you have crossed the Jordan into the land that the LORD your God is giving you, you shall set up large stones."
Yad Vashem ‘Deeply Disturbed’ by Polish Court’s Verdict Forcing Historians to Apologize for their...
In her ruling, Judge Ewa Jonczyk said that “the court’s ruling must not have a cooling effect on academic research."
Lucasfilm Cancels Mandalorian’s Gina Carano for Saying the Nazis Culture Cancelled Jews Before Murdering...
Borrowing from the history of the Holocaust is always a risky business, but Cancel Culture's "off with her head" response only proves that Carano had a point.
In the letter, the pre-Communist era leader calls Zionism "one of the greatest movements of the present time."
The good rabbi did not explain why on God's good Earth do Jews need to live in the cursed country where so many millions of our family members were murdered with the support of Poles.
The woman will be tried for her crimes in juvenile court because she was under age 21 at the time of the alleged murders and attempted murders.
"Guaranteed to be one of the most eye-catching items one could ever add to a collection of World War II relics."
Chief Justice Roberts warned that a broad reading of the exception in the law could invite lawsuits against the United States in foreign courts.
But before you rush to your screen to spend your valuable Corona-at-home time watching this bizarre testimony of human weirdness, we recommend you read Indiewire's review.
"The color immediately attracted our attention, but it was hard to believe we had found true purple from such an ancient era.”
Unawareness about Holocaust history poses a challenge for TikTok, as 41 percent of the video-sharing network’s users are between ages 16 and 24.
Yoram Haimi, Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologist: “I have been excavating this site for ten years, but today I broke down.”
“This global crisis created a far more accepting culture for the role digital media must play in remembrance.”
Holocaust denial for cash, what a concept.
When the first subway train arrived at the Lower East Side station, it was welcomed with “gleeful shouts, applause, confetti and shouts of hurrah,” according to the Forward report.
Haley commented: "An embarrassment in the eyes of the world and total sadness for our country. Wake up America."
Who was Maria who died on February 9 some 1400 years ago, and whose burial stone has now been discovered in Nitzana National Park?
If you paid attention in Bible class, this competition surely reminded you of Yotam's Fable in Judges 9.
When Rabbi Madmoni's son, Shlomo, went back to collect the few precious objects from the Shiloah synagogue, he was murdered by his former Arab neighbors.
How did this anti-Semitic garbage come into the world?
"The banalization of this archetype of hate and discrimination is scathing.”
Even those blessed souls who keep all the Tisha B'Av restrictions on 10 Tevet must take a nice shower this Friday in honor of Shabbat.
Since 1975, HIAS has changed its policy and is directing its resources to assist refugees and immigrants of all religions, ethnicities, nationalities, and backgrounds.
"This is clear evidence of trade with Southeast Asia as early as the 16th century BCE, much earlier than the researchers have assumed so far," explains Prof. Finkelstein.
The first and best documented of the massacres took place on September 29–30, 1941, killing 33,771 Jews.
“The gesture of dedicating a Torah scroll to an Arab ruler is unimaginable.”