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Streisand, 78, told NBC News on Wednesday: "I'm very flattered to find out that Bob Dylan wrote 'Lay Lady Lay' for me."

East Broadway Station at the Heart of the Lower East Side Celebrates 85th Birthday

When the first subway train arrived at the Lower East Side station, it was welcomed with “gleeful shouts, applause, confetti and shouts of hurrah,” according to the Forward report.

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.

IDF Searching for Missing ‘Ink Flag’ from 1949 Eilat Conquest

The raising of the ink flag is as meaningful to most Israelis as the Iwo Jima scene is to most Americans.

Rabbi Moshe Tendler Dead at 95, Influenced Revolutionary Rulings of Father in Law’s ‘Igros...

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Finally: National Council of Young Israel Takes on BLM Anti-Semites

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.”

Israel’s National Library Acquires 90 Pages of One of Earliest Printed Hebrew Books

The pages come from the 1492 edition of Arba'ah Turim, one of the most important works of Halakha.

Israel’s New National Memorial Hall Honors 23,544 Fallen

Israeli victims of the hostilities who were not in uniform at the time of their demise are not commemorated at the site, but in a separate monument.

Frankfurt Police to Evacuate 70K Residents After Discovery of WWII ‘Blockbuster’ Bomb

Goethe University, nearby hospitals and the European Central Bank will be evacuated Sunday in addition to Frankfurt residents.

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. "

PLO Outraged at UN Secretary-General Over Jerusalem ‘Bias’

The PLO is demanding an "apology to the Palestinian people" from UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutteres.

America’s Oldest Synagogues Face Off in Court

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Jerusalem Plans Facelift for Abandoned Lifta

The city of Jerusalem plans to refresh and plant new life in the abandoned village of Lifta.

Police Sappers Called to Haganah Museum in Tel Aviv

History came alive in Tel Aviv this week when sappers were called to the Haganah Museum to remove a live grenade that was unexpectedly discovered in a closet.

First Synagogue in 500 Years to Open in Palermo, Sicily

The move comes as a growing number of people throughout Sicily are rediscovering their Jewish roots.

Spain Passes Citizenship Restoration Law for Jews Expelled in 1492

Spain has just passed a law to allow descendants of Jews expelled in 1492 to regain their citizenship.

Netanyahu Matches Ben-Gurion’s Record for Consecutive Time in Office

Interestingly, Netanyahu’s most ardent foe these days, Ehud Barak, served the shortest term in office as Prime Minister: eight months and one day.

Israel’s Ambassador to UNESCO is Recalled to Jerusalem

PM Netanyahu recalled Israel's UNESCO envoy "for consultations" to protest the latest vote on Jerusalem.

Rivlin: Israel is State of All the Jewish People

"We must remember that beyond the disagreements, we are all one family."

Two Roman-Era ‘Mummy Paintings’ Stolen By Nazis Returned to Jewish Heirs

Two 'mummy paintings' stolen by the Nazis from the heirs of a German publisher have been returned to his heirs.

‘Don’t Mention the War’ – Search Reveals Nazi Memorabilia in German Army Barracks

The minister's criticism of the military's behavior, leadership and spirit was unacceptable and damaging to the Bundeswehr

Decapitated Toads Found in 4,000-Year-Old Caananite Tomb Uncovered in Excavation Near Jerusalem Biblical Zoo

The remains of at least nine decapitated toads were found in a jar in the ancient tomb uncovered in a 4,000-year-old burial cave in Jerusalem.

18th Century Esther Scroll Written by Teenage Girl Revealed in Jerusalem

This is a very significant historic discovery, as Scrolls of Esther inscribed during that time period by women are few, and it sheds light on the important position that religious women occupied in Italian Jewish community life.

They Were Here on Tisha B’Av: New Evidence of Babylonian Destruction Discovered in City...

The wealth of the Judaean kingdom's capital is manifest in the ornamental artifacts.

ZAKA Volunteers Uncover 2 Pre-1948 Skeletons in Uniforms, Helmets

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Justice Gavriel Bach, Eichmann Prosecutor, Dead at 94

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Lithuania Admits its Citizens Participated in Murder of Jews During the Holocaust

A document prepared ahead of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s historic visit to Lithuania calls the death of 95 percent of Lithuanian Jews “a great tragedy for the Lithuanian state and society.”

Hebron Community Responds to Shameful UNESCO Vote

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