The brother of an Israeli chief rabbi, he survived Nazi concentration camps, and as a Haaretz reporter, covered the Eichmann trial. Later, he was Israel's N.Y. consul general.
John Henry Patterson hailed by Netanyahu as ‘one of the heroes of our people.’
Whether Jewish immigrants from Poland, Israeli Arabs or Polish-born Christians, pierogi-loving gourmands revel in the delights of 'Polish-Polish' cooking.
In harsh speech one day after he was fired, the outgoing finance minister accuses the PM of damaging 'the strategic alliance between Israel and the U.S.'
Israeli president says new annual commemoration will help make up for years when state denied place of these Jews in Zionist narrative.
850,000 Jews were expelled, fled or left their homes in Arab lands around the time of Israel’s founding. For many, Sunday is a belated recognition of their collective trauma, to be reconciled in any future peace agreement with the Palestinians
German and Israeli researchers have sketched buildings at Auschwitz that no longer exist. The Cologne exhibit provides chilling detail.
Documents include affidavit signed by then-Foreign Minister Golda Meir and prosecution correspondence about Eichmann’s body language.
Rafael Reiss, one of seven parachutists sent into Nazi-occupied Europe in 1944, was executed and then largely forgotten. Seventy years after his death, his only daughter does not regret his anonymity
Under the guise of copyright infringement, radical groups have brought about the closure of an anti-Islamist station and forced YouTube to reveal the identities of those running it.