Nazi-Looted Art in France Returned to Heirs of Jewish Owner

The Louvre and Musee d'Orsay museums in Paris maintained custody of the works after World War II until their legal owners or heirs could be tracked down.

Foo Fighters Singer Celebrates Hanukkah, Jewish Musicians

Dave Grohl and producer Greg Kurstin team up for “The Hanukkah Sessions 2021,” in which they release a cover of a song by a Jewish artist each night of the holiday.

Groundbreaking Exhibit Featuring Israeli and Emirati Artists Debuts in Jerusalem

The exhibition, titled “Maktoub,” which means both “written” and “destined” in Arabic, features works from 10 calligraphy artists (half from Israel and half from the UAE).

‘Tehran’ Wins 2021 International Emmy Award for Drama Series

The series has been sold to the streaming service Apple TV Plus in a multi-million dollar deal.

Pop Star Justin Bieber Announces Tel Aviv Concert as Part of 2022 World Tour

“We created the best event we’ve ever done,” the 27-year-old singer said in a statement. “I can’t wait to share it with fans around the world. I’ll see you soon!”

Superman Creators to be Posthumously Inducted in Jewish American Hall of Fame

Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster developed the superhero as well as his companion characters Clark Kent, Lois Lane and others.

Mila Kunis Among 200 Stars Who Sign Letter Rejecting Cultural Boycott of Israel

“Instead of amplifying voices of coexistence trying to effect real change on the ground, those who support a boycott are only creating more division,” said Ari Ingel, director of Creative Community for Peace.

Showtime Suspends TV Series Based on the Life of Joan Rivers

Hahn would have been yet another non-Jewish actor in the role of a Jewish character.

National Library of Israel Releases Photos from Johnny Cash’s ‘Holy Land’ Visit

As opposed to his two previous trips to Israel, the one in 1971 was accompanied by more fanfare, including a lavish reception in Jerusalem.

Jazz Musicians Call for Cultural Collaboration Against Anti-Semitism and Racism

Wynton Marsalis said: “We are many, let us also be one, unified in our embrace of humanism, cultural excellence and democracy. Let us not be tribal.”

WATCH: The Blessing, A New ‘We Are the World’

The nonprofit Christian 'Passages' organization released the video in collaboration with 'StandWithUs'.

Anti-Israel Bots Attack Billie Eilish for Saying ‘Hi Israel’

“This coordinated attack on Billie Eilish is another example of how social media is used nefariously to manipulate public opinion and to attack and harass any artist, entertainer, or influencer that says anything positive about Israel.”

Culture Minister Hili Tropper Slams TV Broadcaster for Censoring His Zionist Remarks

Tropper addressed the Ophir Awards, and state-funded Kan 11 tv cut his pro-Israel remarks.

Singer Esther Ofarim’s Son Refused Service in Leipzig for Wearing Star of David Necklace

"What's going on? Why is everyone else being called up ahead of me?" Ofarim asked the desk clerk.

Netflix Series ‘Hit & Run’ by ‘Fauda’ Creators, Cancelled After Season 1

It took three years to produce the nine episodes of Hit & Run's first season.

Elvis’ Deep Fake Rosh Hashanah Song Stirs Excitement

A radio host on Army Radio played the clip as a straight historic item, bringing great shame on the house of (Ya'akov) Bardugo.

‘Fauda’ Becomes First Israel TV Show to be Dubbed in Farsi

The show about undercover Israeli commandos and the war on terror will be able to be viewed in Iran.

Shot Over 20 Years, ‘Kinneret – Sea of Life’ Follows Reed Cat’s Life’s Struggles

Alpert says his goal is "to share his experiences and encounters with the natural world and the amazing creatures that share the land with us."

David Geffen Gifts 480-Seat Auditorium to National Library of Israel

The David Geffen Auditorium is the most prominent philanthropic support for an Israeli cultural institution from Geffen.

Russian Actor Compares Vaccine Policy to the Holocaust

“I woke up in a world where [the vaccine has] become an identification mark,” Beroyev said, brandishing the yellow star on his breast pocket.

2021 Hebrew Poetry Prize Awarded in Memory of Late First Lady Nechama Rivlin, z’l

“When [Nechama Rivlin] set out the outline of the prize, it was important to her that it would promote poets at the beginning of their journey."

Helen Mirren to portray Golda Meir in new Yom Kippur War film

The movie focuses on the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the challenges it presented Meir, also known as the “Iron Lady” of Israeli politics.

PBS Postpones ‘Til Kingdom Come’ on Israel, Evangelicals Pending Review of Material

CAMERA found that the filmmakers had cobbled together wording from statements made on Jan. 28, 2020 by former President Donald Trump to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

The Haggadah About Nothing and Other Jewish American Curiosities

We explored what zany, Jewish American Haggadahs are available on Amazon. We were not disappointed.

‘South Park’ Residents Get Vaccinated for COVID, Courtesy of Israel

The cartoon tv characters, including one wearing a yarmulke, are seen injecting themselves with the vaccine.

NBC Pulls ‘Nurses’ Episode After Backlash Over ‘Goyim Leg,’ Anti-Semitic Scene’

“The writers of this scene check all the boxes of ignorance and pernicious negative stereotypes."

Prison Service Cuts Fatah Terrorists’ Cable TV to 10 Channels, Hamas to 5

Im Tirtzu said it was "shameful that terrorists receive lavish benefits that are being paid for by the Israeli taxpayer."


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