King Hussein of Jordan had to keep up appearances in Arab world, but he secretly worked to avoid hostility with Israel.
The Israel Press Council celebrates 50 years of tiptoeing through the raindrops of government pressure and professional rivalries.
Prime Minister’s Office says that some files can only be opened after 50 years
He is one of Tel Aviv University's most popular professors, a fertile and innovative historian who has offered new perspectives on Nazism. But Neumann has his doubts about history as a guide for the present.
Number of Israelis hit record number over past Jewish calendar year; Jews comprise 75 percent of population while Arabs make up nearly 21 percent.
State Comptroller's Report Aliyah Organization Sending Mixed Messages to Russian Jews: Come, or Stay There
State comptroller's report accuses Nativ of budget inconsistencies, wasteful spending, lack of coordination and encouraging emigration from Israel.
But thousands of Falashmura remain stranded in camp, refused entry by Interior Ministry.
Just before hell engulfed Poland, a Tel Aviv family returning from a family trip brought back to a box of correspondence to deliver. More than 70 years later, some of the letters are still unopened.
The Suddeutsche Zeitung was illustrating a letter to the editor on the rail system. The mistake comes a month after the paper published a cartoon denounced as anti-Semitic.
The monument, to be erected in Tel Aviv’s Meir Park, will have a symbolic pink triangle, the badge used by the Nazis to mark homosexuals.