The veteran war photographer recorded Israel's early days, accompanied by minders. The pictures are now on display at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
Berhani's colleagues in the daring immigration operations called him 'a hero of Israel.' Shortly before he closed his eyes, he received a last hug from former Mossad chief Efraim Halevy. Here is his exciting life story.
Following criticism, the company pulls the Fanta 75th anniversary video.
Heirs of Nazi-era Jewish art dealers say they've filed a lawsuit in a U.S. court to force a Germany museum to return $226 million worth of medieval art.
Forty years after the death of Oskar Schindler, a Jewish Argentinian woman is taking Yad Vashem to court for ownership of many of his personal documents, including the list itself. The Jerusalem trial is revealing new details about the German industrialist's personal life.
Before you complain about the reception you get upon landing in Israel, be honest about the atittude of clerks in the place you've chosen to live.
After surviving both Plaszow and Auschwitz, Frister moved to Israel and worked at Haaretz for almost 30 years.
Only now are German companies apologizing for profiting from slave labor during WWII.
The Churchill biographer, who wrote 88 works in his lifetime, believed in a 'historical truth.'
Eugenics, euthanasia, forced sterilization – these and other 20th-century phenomena related to the theme of ‘racial purity’ are featured in an exhibition opening in Israel on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.