Legendary Poet, Paratrooper Hannah Szenes’s Archival Collection Comes to Israel’s National Library

Perhaps the two most moving items in the collection are a pair of notes found in her dress following her execution: the last poem she ever wrote and a personal letter to her mother.

MKs Propose Bill for Official Day to Commemorate Victims of Inquisition

"This Day of Commemoration will hopefully not just be for Israelis, or Jews, but for all those whose ancestors were hunted, tortured or prosecuted by the Inquisition.”

Former PM Olmert: Pollard Should Stay in NY, his Aliyah Would Increase the Damage...

As President Bush was about to leave office in 2009, Pollard requested clemency for the first time, which was supported by former CIA director James Woolsey.

Amanpour Agrees Trump Not Hitler, World’s Calm Restored

I have no idea why this woman is so popular and why she is held up as an expert on international affairs.

Israel Accuses Amanpour of Belittling the Holocaust by Comparing Kristallnacht to Trump

Does anyone really require an apology from a crazy person who can't tell the difference between the Holocaust and the Trump administration?

Bob Dylan in Unpublished Note: Jews Are Money Lenders and Merchants ‘Cause that’s All...

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Byzantine Church Built over Greek Temple Discovered on Golan Heights

Among the surprising finds discovered in the excavation are the remains of a mosaic floor decorated with crosses and other symbols, which led the researchers to conclude the structure used to be a church.

Albania to Host First-Ever Balkan Forum Against Anti-Semitism

The Albanian parliament last week unanimously endorsed the IHRA definition of Anti-Semitism, which includes attacks on Zionism.

$40 Million Conservation Project Launched Wednesday with Groundbreaking at Tower of David Museum

In a time when it’s hard to focus on the future as the present seems so uncertain, the Tower of David Museum is proud to announce the start of a $40 million renewal plan.

March of the Living Launches #LetThereBeLight Global Interfaith Initiative Commemorating Kristallnacht

"Anti-Semitism and racism threaten our society as a whole, they endanger our values ​​and our democracy."

Free: NYU Online International Conference on Recent Studies of Ancient Israel

The online conference, titled "The Land that I Will Show You," will run Sunday, October 25, through Wednesday, October 28.

180 Years of Australian Jewish Newspaper History Going Online

200,000 pages of historic press to be digitized, fully searchable online.

First-Temple 2-Shekel Weight Unearthed Near the Western Wall in Jerusalem

The weight, corresponding to the known measurement unit of two shekalim, was retrieved during the sifting of earthen fills by the City of David sifting project.

NYU, DOE Reach Landmark Settlement Embracing IHRA Definition of Anti-Semitism

The President signed an executive order that requires federal agencies to consider the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of anti-Semitism under appropriate circumstances.

Crusader Era Stables Discovered in Apollonia National Park

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.

Recently Unearthed Ramban Prayer Available Online and in English for First Time

It was found in a manuscript written just after the Expulsion, which was likely used by Catalonian exiles living in Provence.

Study Reveals 11% of US Millennials, Gen Z, Believe the Jews Caused the Holocaust

In New York State an astounding 19% of Millennial and Gen Z respondents felt Jews caused the Holocaust.

Man of the Year 5780: Jared Corey Kushner

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?

Haifa U: Flourishing Canaanite Palatial Site Suddenly Abandoned 3,700 Years Ago – Now We...

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.

Remembering September 11

It was the day that changed America. It won't be the same again.

‘Hidden – The Secret Jews of Spain’ Women’s Filmed Musical Comes to the Internet

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)

PLO Lauds Munich Olympic Massacre Terrorists as Courageous Heroes

"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."

Osama Bin Laden’s Niece Warns About Another 9/11, Says Only Trump Can Stop It

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.

Disgraced NY Assembly Leader Silver Begins 6.5 Year Sentence in Coronavirus Infected Prison

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.

German Car Parts Giant Continental Revealing Darkness of Its Hitler Years

Continental is the latest German company to expose its Nazi past, following Volkswagen, Daimler, Deutsche Bank, Audi and food giant Dr. Oetker.

Canaanite Fortress from Judges’ Era Uncovered in Excavations near Kiryat Gat

"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. "

400-Year-Old Shopping Mall, Oldest Terror Tunnel in Israel Uncovered in North

Tzfat was considered a major city for commercial and cultural activities with ties to the Jewish communities in Damascus, Aleppo and all Mediterranean cities.

California Appeals Court Sides with Spanish Museum Against Heirs of Holocaust Victim on Pissarro...

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