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Film Version of ‘When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit’ Premieres in Berlin

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit starts in Berlin, in March 1933, when nine-year-old Anna finds out one morning that her father is missing.

Rivlin Honors Lebanese Who Bought Hitler’s Belongings and Donated Them to Yad Vashem

“What you did was seemingly so simple, but this act of grace shows the whole world how to fight the glorification of hatred and incitement against other people."
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Jews Have Rights in Judea

The new promises of new construction for the Jews of Hebron offered by Defense Minister Naftali Bennett.

Einstein Letter on Unified Field Theory Fails to Find Buyer at Auction

At the beginning of the letter, Einstein writes: "I am glad that you are vigorously dealing with the question of compatibility. Yet it seems to me that your fears are unjustified."

Auctioned: Bergen Belzen Beit Din’s Register of Deceased Spouses to Prevent Agunot/Agunim

The register provides jarring evidence about all the events of the Holocaust and its horrors: actions and selections; ghetto liquidation and death marches; gas chambers and crematoria; death by starvation and shooting, and so much more.

Historians Find A Family of Jewish Spies Who Passed Atomic Secrets to the USSR

Oscar Seborer died on 23 April 2015 in Moscow. Among the attendees at the funeral was a representative of the FSB, and his brother Stuart in a wheelchair.

Discouraging Nazi Tourists, Hitler’s Birthplace Converted into Police Station

The Austrian interior ministry initially wanted to tear down the building, but ran into incensed politicians, historians, and local residents.

Idaho High School Kids Put on ‘Hitler and Jew’ Show for Halloween, Teacher Disapproves

The student wearing the Hitler costume was pulling the student dressed as a Jewish person on a leash around the lunch room.

Iran Celebrates 40th Anniversary of US Embassy Takeover; ‘Broke Washington’s Fictitious Grandeur’

"The takeover of the US embassy 40 years ago, on November 4, 1979, destroyed Washington’s fictitious grandeur."

Community Excavation Reveals Ancient Jewish Village with Mikvehs, Oil and Wine Presses, in Galilee

"Usha is mentioned in the Jewish sources many times in the Roman and Byzantine periods, as the village where the institution of the Sanhedrin was revived."

Erdogan Ally Ilhan Omar Abstains on Armenian Genocide Resolution

Remember Omar's notorious "Benjamins" tweet, and her other tweet, about the dual loyalties of American Jews?

Spectacular Byzantine Church Unearthed in Israel Raises a Question: Who Was that ‘Glorious Martyr?’

"The martyr’s identity is not known, but the exceptional opulence of the structure and its inscriptions indicate that this person was an important figure."

Citing 1973 War, Netanyahu Stresses Importance of Preemptive Strike

By 5 AM on October 6, Chief of Staff Davis Elazar recommended a full, immediate mobilization of forces and a preemptive air strike. He was overruled by Prime Minister Golda Meir.

Historian Linda Zollschan Challenges World Opinion on Roman Coin’s “Judaea Recepta” Inscription

"The question is ... whether the aureus conveys the message of a gentler view of Rome's triumph over the rebels in the Jewish revolt."

Pope Unveils Sculpture of Refugees in St Peter’s Square, Including Chassid

Bells rang throughout the square as the sculpture was unveiled, and a multiethnic choir wearing T-shirts reading “It's not just about migrants” sang. Take that, Texas mega-churches.

Report: Carter Administration Covered Up Clandestine Israeli Nuclear Test

The Israelis chose a window of opportunity when no active Vela satellites were overhead in the area, but were not aware of a Vela satellite that had been listed as retired, but continued to receive and transmit data.

New Mosaic Floor Overlooking the Kinneret Illustrates Miracle of Feeding the Multitude

A colorful mosaic, with dedication inscriptions and descriptions of baskets with loaves and fish, was exposed at the “Burnt Church” in Hippos.

Poland Marks 80th Anniversary of Most Devastating War in Human History

In the years that ensued, until May 8, 1945, Nazi Germany was responsible for the murder of some 6 million Jews, 2.7 million ethnic Poles, and 4 million who were deemed "unworthy of life."
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Why Israeli Jews Mistrust Arabs: The Hebron Massacre

That pogrom took place 90 years ago, but many Israelis are convinced to this day that nothing has really changed.

Vile Woman Rejoices in the Massacre of 67 Hebron Jews

And so they fester, generations of Arab Jew-haters whose "Palestinian" identity begins and ends with murder, and with literally nothing else.

Shmuley Boteach to Debate Jew for Yoshka on ‘New Testament’ Anti-Semitism

It's probably safe to say that the August 8 debate will not result in much burning, but the Talmud discourages a voluntary religious debate with gentiles.

Excavation of Destroyed Great Synagogue of Vilna Reveals 18th Century Treasures

This year's excavation uncovered large sections of the bimah, which was originally two stories tall, and was built in the 18th century with a donation from the rich and well-connected Yesod (Yehudah Safra ve-Dayana).

Netflix Showing New Film on Ethiopian Jews’ Rescue in SF Jewish Festival

From 1979 to 1983, Aliyah activists and Mossad agents operating in Sudan encouraged the Beta Israel communities in Ethiopia to come to the Sudan, and from the Sudan they would be taken to Israel via Europe.

When Lincoln Borrowed a Philadelphia Rabbi’s Tammuz 17 Reference for the Gettysburg Address

In 1863, the day of Shabbat, July 4, Independence Day, fell on the first day of the three weeks, Tammuz 17, but because it was Shabbat, as is the case this year, 2019, the fast was pushed off to Sunday.

One of Earliest Known Mosques Discovered in Negev Bedouin City

"A small, rural mosque, dated to the 7th to 8th centuries CE, is a rare find anywhere in the world."

German Culture Minister Returns Painting Looted from French Jewish Politician

The painting by 19th century French painter Thomas Couture (1815-1879) was stolen from Mandel by the Nazis, and for decades remained part of a collection of 1,566 works stolen by Hildebrand Gurlitt.

De Blasio Grants Strand Bookstore Landmark Status Over Owner’s Fierce Objections

Preservationists who oppose the planned 21-story tech hub, said RAL, the developer the mayor selected for the project, donated $10,000 to a de Blasio charity in 2015.

German-Israeli-American Artist Peter Max’s Wife Commits Suicide

Peter Max is the son of German Jews who fled Berlin to Shanghai, China, in 1938. In 1948, the family moved to Haifa, Israel.

On Jerusalem Liberation Day Remember: We Gave Away Temple Mount to the Muslims

On Sunday morning, we expect Jews will not be allowed entry to the Temple Mount to celebrate the liberation of the Temple Mount.
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A Little Arson, A Little Praise for Jerusalem – The Terror Report

It is a day celebrated by Zionists who believe that Jerusalem is the eternal capital of the Jewish state and people.

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