In Solidarity, French Tricolour Light Up Jerusalem’s Notre Dame

The disaster struck a chord in the hearts of people around the world, including in Israel and its capital.

The Jewish Treasures of Notre Dame

Surprisingly, some of Notre Dame’s most prominent artwork concerns Jews.

Hasmonean Period Burial Estate, Olive Press, Ritual Baths, Birdhouse Discovered in Eastern Jerusalem

The most significant feature of the excavation is an extravagant burial estate, which included a corridor leading to a large courtyard chiseled into the bedrock.

In Time for Purim: Persian Period Clay Fragment Depicting Human Face Discovered in Jerusalem

Bes usually appears as a bearded dwarf wearing a feather hat, with a large face, protruding eyes, with his tongue sticking out.

Hebrew U Reveals 110 New Einstein Manuscript Pages

Einstein’s cousin Karen Cortell Reisman flew in from Texas to attend the arrival of the new manuscripts. She shared personal experiences of growing up in a house imbibed by the famous cousin.

Mardi Gras in Belgium Features Anti-Semitic Float among Numerous Offensive Images

The anti-Semitic portion lasts only a few minutes within a parade video that lasts seven and three quarter hours.

Macron: French Anti-Semitism Worst Since World War II

Anti-Semitic crime in France has risen by 74% over the past year.

PA Deletes Jewish History, Renames Signs in Key Sites in Judea and Samaria

New signs and website erase Jewish roots to key archaeological sites and nature reserves, reveals Regavim • Concerted effort, which includes renaming of sites, is in clear violation of 1995 interim agreement with Israel • Regavim: Israel must act.

Rivlin Turns to Bible for Lesson on Democracy, Political Culture

“There is nothing more Jewish than pointed disagreement. And there is nothing more democratic than pointed disagreement. It is possible, important and perhaps even crucial to discuss and to insist on a culture of disagreement."

German Protestant Church Sued to Remove Its Nazi-Adorned Bell

There are at least 23 Nazi bells in use in churches across Germany.

New Survey Finds Canadians Worrisomely Ignorant about the Holocaust

However, 82% of respondents believe all students should learn about the Holocaust in school, while 85% said it is important to keep teaching about the Holocaust so that it does not happen again.

Two-Thousand-Year-Old Ring Unearthed in the City Of David

This ring allows us to personally connect with an individual’s personal story from 2,000 years ago.

Icke… ‘Color Purple’ Author Alice Walker Is Into ‘Elders of Zion’ Promoter

Alice Walker is no stranger to anti-Semitism. Back in 2013, the ADL said Walker “has taken her extreme and hostile views to a shocking new level” in her latest book "The Cushion in the Road."

Google Celebrates 127th Birthday of Jewish Poet Who Shared Nobel with Agnon

In short, to compare the near-unknown Sachs to the meteoric Agnon was one of the most egregious sins committed by the Nobel prize committee, equal to their awarding Barack Obama the prize for being the first Black president.

When Hanukkah Marked the War Between Jewish Left and Jewish Faith

A miracle did not take place for us / A can of oil we did not find.

First Temple Beka Weight Unearthed in Jerusalem Sifting Project

The weight, which dates back to the First Temple period, was found in archaeological soil originating from the foot of Robinson's Arch at the Western Wall, just north of the City of David.

Photo of Hitler Embracing Child of Jewish Descent Auctioned for $11,520

The Bundesarchive has 17 letters from Bernile to Uncle Hitler and his aide Wilhelm Bruckner between 1935 and 1938.

Russia’s Chief Rabbi Says Jews There Comfortable and Confident

According to Rabbi Lazar, the situation in Europe is less favorable for Jews.

Ancient Beersheba Desert Cistern Reveals Engravings of Ships

According to Dr. Eisenberg-Degen, a specialist in Rock Art and Graffiti at the IAA, the engraved ships include technical details and present proportions which suggest actual knowledge of ship construction.

Knesset Speaker: Rabin’s Assassination Had No Historical Effect

Edelstein said that if the murder "achieved any goals, then those goals were the opposite of what the despicable murderer had aimed to achieve."

The Shabbat Project and Echoes of Shabbat Candles Under the Inquisition

This week, as we light our candles or oil for the Shabbat-felt-around-the-world, may we remember how fortunate we are to be able to do so in freedom and pure joy.

Fake History: US Bible Museum Says Five Dead Sea Scrolls Fragments Are Forgeries

The tests were ordered on the request of several biblical scholars who examined 13 of the museum's fragments said and noted there was a "high probability" that at lest some of them were modern forgeries.

Rivlin lights ‘Ner Yitzhak’ Opening 23rd Anniversary of Rabin’s Murder

"Every one of us can remember Yitzhak Rabin the man and the leader in his own way, but we must agree that we want to remember the murder of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin together."

Three Orthodox Rabbis Ordained in Berlin after 80-Year Interruption

"The fact that Berlin – the place where deportations and extermination was planned and decided – is once again home to the largest Jewish community in Germany, is ... an undeserved gift."

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