Shamgar held a number of senior positions in law enforcement and the Israeli legal system and left his mark on each one
With hundreds gone underground, the far right is undergoing 'mass armament,' according to official statistics – while police come under renewed criticism
The Israeli organization of German-speaking Jews asked its members to rummage through their crawlspaces and attics – and was stunned by what they produced
Yad Vashem added three people to its Holocaust victims’ database after a German woman discovered that her grandfather was given their estate in Poland after they were sent to the Warsaw Ghetto
The August 2018 attack in Chemnitz foreshadowed that the assaults could escalate from verbal abuse to killings
Shooter live streamed the attack in a video in which he can be heard saying: 'Jews are root of all problems' ■ Netanyahu: 'Terror attack expression of rising anti-Semitism in Europe'
He went to war raring to fight, but after half an hour he saw his company crushed. Oded Meggido's historical research explains how ‘arrogance’ cost the lives of 61 men
'All the Arabs Will Pounce on Us': Newly Released Protocols From Yom Kippur War Reveal Moshe Dayan Feared Massive Israeli Loss
Minutes from top army brass deliberations during the 1973 war show then-IDF Chief of Staff David Elazar thought the war was an existential battle, while Dayan warned that 'no one will fight for us'
Instead of becoming an Israeli Zionist, Ballas chose to remain faithful to the identity he defined as Arab-Jew – despite the fact that the Arab was seen in the country as inferior, as a stranger and an enemy
The application deadline was Tuesday; applicants are required to prove their descent from Spanish Jews who were forced out in the 1492 Spanish Inquisition
If Prof. Israel Knohl is right, history books will require rewriting and Church sermons around the world will have to be rethought
Jewish Insider reported Poland's Duda blamed anti-Polish rhetoric by Israeli leadership for rising anti-Semitic attack in Poland, but his office, other participants provided a different account of the event
Central Bureau of Statistics records 35,000 new immigrants arriving in the past year
A statue, 'The Aborigine and His Horse,' was dedicated this week in Tzemach 101 years after the fateful battle, in honor of the Aborigine soldiers who fought and fell in WWI
Exactly 40 years ago, an American spy satellite recorded a double flash over the South Atlantic, which the Carter administration blamed on a satellite glitch
He exposed Soviet espionage rings, helped avert a nuclear conflagration and changed the course of the Cold War. The story of a senior KGB officer who, as a double agent, became one of the most influential spies ever
All parties agree to amend existing law to include those who left before 1955 and their families, allowing them to keep dual citizenship
Centering around the story of a real Jewish heroine, the first ever Holocaust feature film was a revolutionary female-led experiment. 'They did everything automatically, as returning prisoners. It was frightening'
The neighbor managing the property, who saved her mother from the Nazis, ‘donated’ it to the Catholic Church. Now the Polish government has intervened – on behalf of the church
In events marking 80 years since Nazi invasion of Poland that started the war, genocide of Jews was swallowed up like it never happened
Steinmeier says in Warsaw war was a 'German crime,' warns of dangers of nationalism
Now 80 years after the start of the war, Europe nations grapple with their past, turning Nazi collaborators into national heroes
The Jerusalem Ballet is paying tribute to Franceska Mann, a Polish dancer who put on her last performance en route to Auschwitz’s gas chamber
More than 130 Jews were killed in Jerusalem, Hebron and elsewhere. Children would write about their experiences, and Haaretz noted that ‘we know that the whole of the Arab nation in this land wasn’t responsible’
Was a Judenrat member a traitor to his people? A new study addresses a little-discussed chapter in Holocaust history, and recalls how Israel's early judicial system dealt with Jews who collaborated with Nazis
Member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering and Virginia-based Internet Society’s hall of fame, Danny Cohen's name may not be well known, but his work helped shape how we use the internet
'I Didn’t Think Why. I Just Did It': Polish Woman Who Saved Jewish Family in the Holocaust Dies at 102
'I myself didn’t feel any fear,' Krystyna Danko recalled, 'Apparently, the rapid pace at which all these events occurred prevented me from thinking about what could happen'
With speculations of a national unity government after September 17, a look back at Shamir and Peres, who established one in 1984 after failing to gain Knesset majority
Poland’s growing popularity as a destination has exposed a culture clash between brash sabras and European gentility
Former French spy chief says authorities agreed not to arrest members of Abu Nidal group if it refrained from attacks on French soil