Araba Desert Ancient Cotton and Silk Fabrics Point to Israeli Silk Road to China

The findings are the first evidence of an 'Israeli Silk Road' through the Araba connecting East and West.

Azerbaijan’s President Pushing for Territorial Justice to Open Corridor to Turkey

"Armenia used to be majority Azerbaijani. These people need to return to their homeland.”

Łódź Tenement Renovation Reveals Treasure Trove of Jewish Artifacts Buried in 1939

“We managed to extract about 350 objects. Some are still being processed. They are caked with earth, mud, and corrosion.”

Blue Box Behind the Greening of Israel Turns 122

Filmmaker Woody Allen confessed to stealing money from the JNF box in his anti-Israel NY Times op-ed many years ago.

Couple Organizing Haredi Settlement in Cyprus – Talmud Says It’s Part of Eretz Yisrael

Somebody should warn Haredi folks about Violent incidents, bag snatching, and pickpocketing in Cyprus.

Ukraine Taking Down Empress Catherine the Great’s Monument in Odessa, a City She Founded

Ukrainian authorities have renamed more than 900 cities, towns and villages, and about 50,000 streets.

Soon: Ancient Shiloah Pool in Jerusalem Fully Excavated and Open to the Public

The pool has been a focal point for archeologists and scholars for 150 years.

Biden Cites the Talmud at Hanukkah Reception while UN Envoy Equates Jews with Terrorists

Also on hand at the reception was Charlie Cytron-Walker, who saved three hostages from a synagogue.

KKL-JNF Shares How Children Celebrated Chanukah When the World Was Black and White

"Since its establishment about 120 years ago, KKL-JNF photographers have accompanied the Jewish communities in Israel and abroad.”

First Evidence of Maccabees’ Revolt in Judean Desert Unearthed

A refugee probably hid the wooden box in the cave, intending to return to collect his money after the revolt.

Tel Aviv Municipality Hangs Giant Declaration of Independence, Fibs about What It Says

Here is what the declaration actually says about equality, in the complete context of the item.

Ancient DNA from Medieval Germany Tells Origin Story of Ashkenazi Jews

DNA analysis of 14th-Century German Jews shows the Jewish Community was more genetically diverse than modern day Ashkenazim.

Tel Aviv Schoolchildren Discover 3000-Year-Old Scarab

“At first, I thought it was a toy lying in the dirt, but an inner voice said to me: ‘Pick it up and turn it over!’"

The Case for an Independent South Azerbaijan

“Iran will be fragmented,” Dr. Kedar predicts. “It is only a matter of time – and casualties, unfortunately.”

Ben Gvir Attends Meir Kahane’s 32nd Yahrzeit Ceremony Insisting ‘I’m Not Kahane’

To the Jews of the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the birthplace of the Jewish Defense League, Rabbi Meir Kahane was nothing short of a Rebbe.

Smotrich: The Shin Bet Was Responsible for Rabin’s Murder

Smotrich lent his voice to millions of right-wing Israelis.

TAU, HU Scientific Breakthrough: Geomagnetic Fields Reveal Truth of Biblical Narratives

“Our location here in Israel is uniquely conducive to archaeomagnetic research, due to an abundance of well-dated archaeological findings."

Graffiti Left by Swiss Knight in 1466 Discovered on Mount Zion

Researchers were not able to determine whether it was the father or the son who defaced the wall.

Miss Hitler Getting Paroled, No Longer a Risk to the Community

Cutter joked about gassing synagogues and using a Jewish person’s head as a football.

44 Byzantine Gold Coins Discovered in Ancient Caesarea Philippi (Banias)

During the Crusader period, in 1129, the Crusaders fortified the city to make it a military base from which to attack and conquer Damascus.

On the Fast of Gedaliah We Are Warned Against Political Assassinations

This political murder is considered a catastrophe of historical proportions, hence the fast on the 3rd of Tishrei.

‘The Nesting Dolls’ Author Publishes a Novel about USSR’s Jewish Autonomous Region

Adams draws on her own experiences as a Jewish refugee from Odessa, Ukraine.

Pharaoh Rameses II Era Burial Cave Found in Palmahim National Park

Once it had been discovered, the burial cave was disturbed by looters who stole some vessels.

Justice Ginsburg’s Gavel Sold for $20,400, Collar for $176,775 at Auction

Justice Ginsburg is remembered not only for her trailblazing time on the Supreme Court but also for her fashion statements.

Finally: Ken Burns Explores the US Role in the Holocaust

Americans heard about Nazi persecution on their radios and read about it in the press.

Ukrainian Refugees Find Shelter with Israeli Family Whose Grandfather Was Saved by Theirs

"It was an act of bravery, and we, the Jewish people, owe his offspring a debt of gratitude."

Mikhail Gorbachev Who Ended Communist Rule in the Soviet Union Dead at 91

In 1996, Gorbachev ran for president of Russia but won only 0.51% of the vote.

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