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This Day in History: Shalhevet Pass Murdered

14 years ago, a PA Arab terrorist targeted and murdered the 10-month-old Jewish baby.

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.

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

The remains have been sent to the Abu Kabir Forensic Institute in Tel Aviv for identification.

Conference Debating Bringing Holocaust Images to Life [video]

In today's digital age, such film footage is particularly compelling and stirring, granting us a glimpse into a living memory of a world that was – and is no longer.

Archaeological Digs in Nazi Death Camp Unearth Victims’ Personal Effects

A pendant discovered in Sobibór bears close resemblance to one owned by Anne Frank.

Rare Roman Gold Coin Found in Jerusalem Dig

The coin probably came from one of the rich 2000-year old Jewish dwellings which the UNC Charlotte team have been uncovering at the site.

ZAKA Volunteers, Soldiers, Civilians, Honor Memory of Lone Haredi Soldier Killed in 1948

He studied in a Talmud Torah and was one of the brave young men who fought in the Old City of Jerusalem during the War of Independence.

Martin Luther’s Letter Calling Jews ‘Devils Incarnate Who Curse our Lord’ on Auction for...

Less than two years later, in a letter dated March 9, 1545, Luther would write to Elector Joachim II directly, warning him against the "tricks' of the Jews.

Last Survivor of Sobibor Death Camp, Philip Bialowitz, obm, Passes Away

The last Polish Jew who managed to survive the Sobibor Nazi death camp has passed away at the age of 90.

Europe’s Second-Oldest Synagogue Hosts First Wedding in 1,500 Years

Dr. Roque Pugliese and Dr. Ivana Pezzoli, both of whom are Bnei Anousim, descendants of Iberian Jews forcibly converted during the 14th and 15th centuries, were married last week.

Yom HaZikaron: Israel Remembers 23,477 Fallen & Victims of Terror

Israel observes its Memorial Day to honor fallen soldiers and citizens who died as victims of terror.

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."

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.

Arab Terror in Jerusalem Targets Jewish Homes and Buses

Stoning attacks in Israel's capital seemed to spike after the Jerusalem resolution by UNESCO's World Heritage Committee.

Iranians Celebrate 39th Anniversary of US Embassy Takeover

During Sunday's rallies, the demonstrators chanted slogans against the US and Israel.

Historic Egyptian Synagogue Will Be Renovated for $2.2 Million

The Egyptian government will renovate the Eliyahu HaNavi synagogue in Alexandria, although it claims it is an Egyptian rather than a Jewish site.

Anti-Semitic Desecration at a Tiny Centuries-Old French Jewish Cemetery

Forty of the 50 graves in the tiny 18th century Jewish cemetery were desecrated. The last time, the perpetrators were caught but not punished.

Second-Temple Era Jewish Bones Buried Properly after Desecration by Arabs

"The State of Israel cannot accept this barbarity, and must provide a broad response to this matter."

Global Christian Group Says UNESCO Has Become Mouthpiece for Global Jew Hatred

"There can be no place for such hatred within a world organization that exists to foster peace and understanding and protect history."

UNESCO Executive Board Adopts Resolution to Erase Jewish History From Jerusalem [video]

UNESCO has adopted the controversial resolution advanced by the Palestinian Authority obliterating the historic link between Judaism and Jerusalem's holy sites.

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."

2,000-Year-Old, Intact Pottery Vessels Salvaged in Cave on Lebanese Border

Archaeologists slid the vessels on ropes 30 yards down a sheer cliff.
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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.

Storm Cuts Byzantine Wall in Half

Palmachim Beach is one of the few remaining stretches of a wild coastline in the center of Israel.

US Envoy Prays for World Peace at Western Wall

Monday evening marked the start of the 17th of the Hebrew month of Tamuz, -- the destruction of Jerusalem and both First and Second Holy Temples.

Labour’s Shadow Foreign Secretary Urges Celebrating Balfour Centennial by Recognizing Palestinian State

She supports BDS, although remains very careful as to the language she uses.

Egypt Denies UNESCO Lists Alexandria’s Eliyahu HaNavi Synagogue as ‘Endangered’ World Heritage Site

“The Egyptian government gives equal importance to all its monuments and heritage sites, whether Ancient Egyptian, Jewish, Coptic or Islamic.”

Lost 400-Year-Old Autobiography of Jewish Governor Returned to Mexico

In addition to his political career, Luis de Carvajal y de la Cueva was probably a slave trader, and the first Spanish person to cross the lower Rio Grande into Texas from Mexico.

World Jewish Athletes to Gather in Hitler’s Stadium July 28

World Jewish athletes will gather in Hitler's stadium in Berlin on July 28 for The Maccabi Games.

69 Years Ago Today: Loss of 35 Fighters Who Could Have Saved Gush Etzion

Had the "Lamed Heh" (35 in Hebrew) made it to the Gush, the entire area south of Jerusalem that ended up under Jordanian occupation for 19 years could have remained intact as part of the new Jewish State.

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