A stone shelf was found there which the researchers estimate was used for mangers, as well as tying stones with rock-hewn rings that were probably used to tie horses.
It was found in a manuscript written just after the Expulsion, which was likely used by Catalonian exiles living in Provence.
In New York State an astounding 19% of Millennial and Gen Z respondents felt Jews caused the Holocaust.
This year’s choice came as a surprise to us as much as to anyone else, since the winner was not even in the running until a few short weeks ago – or was he?
Recognizing past earthquakes can be extremely challenging in the archaeological record, especially at sites where there isn’t much stone masonry and degradable construction materials.
It was the day that changed America. It won't be the same again.
The Women’s Performance Community of Jerusalem and OU Israel said the film can be rented after September 21, and added, "This film is for women." (Kol Isha)
"The operation ended with the death of 11 Israeli athletes, 5 out of 8 operators, a German police and helicopter pilot, Germany released the three Palestinians."
She believes the left in the US "has aligned itself completely with the people who share that ideology,” referring to her uncle's murderous beliefs.
According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Otisville has reported 42 coronavirus cases, 28 inmates and 14 staff. No pandemic-related death has been reported.
Continental is the latest German company to expose its Nazi past, following Volkswagen, Daimler, Deutsche Bank, Audi and food giant Dr. Oetker.
"The stories of the judges in the Bible clearly illustrate the complex geopolitical reality and the struggle for territorial control, during the realignment of the political forces in the Land of Israel. "
Tzfat was considered a major city for commercial and cultural activities with ties to the Jewish communities in Damascus, Aleppo and all Mediterranean cities.
Stay tuned, as the heirs of Lilly Cassirer decide whether to take their case to the Supreme Court.
The long memory of the Jewish People in the service of science.
In the summer of 2005, the State of Israel left the Gaza Strip and the north of Samaria while expelling some 10,000 Israelis who lived there.
In the City of David, the place where Jerusalem began, the evidence of those periods and their tragic end are being revealed, bringing to light all that was lost and the incredible endeavors to reveal and rebuild our beloved and eternal capital.
Netanyahu proved that his sense of humor is intact – not a small matter these days.
So, as far as the Canadian police is concerned, Nazi war criminals deserve as much protection under the law as anyone else.
As of Sunday, some two weeks after sending the letter and filing the complaint, the monument still stands, according to Ad Kan.
NCYI President Farley Weiss condemned the marchers who “desperately seek justice and an end to racism" and "are themselves engaging in abhorrent and hypocritical behavior that fans the flames of bigotry and hate.”
Another Holocaust Metaphor Kerplunks as Cartoonist Equates Wearing Facemasks with Boarding Cattle Cars
The publisher, Dane Hicks, refused to remove the cartoon from Facebook, and promised to run it in his paper's Tuesday's edition.
"Germany seeks to eliminate recourse for Nazi-looted art and the Court will have the chance to answer this question of critical importance for Holocaust victims.”
“Over the last four years we have seen some of the most historical events happen in our lifetime."
The family believes that Yoni was killed by the German who commanded the Entebbe hijackers.
If any statue in these United States deserves to be toppled, it's this one. King Louis the 9th hated Jews with a venom.
The red triangle has long since become popular, hip if you will, fashion choice of the left.
The judges suggested that the government's refusal of citizenship may be a violation of the European Convention on Human Rights.
The inmates have taken over the institution and the first thing they did was burn down the library.
Saturday clashes took place in the Fairfax District, the historic center of LA's Jewish community, known for its upscale shopping.