Film is revealed in honor of 96th anniversary of British decision to establish a national home for Jewish people in Palestine.
Chancellor Angela Merkel calls the 1938 pogrom 'one of the darkest moments' in German history, laments the need for police protection of Jewish institutions even today.
Founder Tal Alon calls Spitz the 'media equivalent of eating hummus abroad'.
Widely questioned fate of Heinrich Muller is resolved, according to German daily.
In reference to revelations that U.S. eavesdropped on German chancellor's cell phone, Guido Westerwelle adds, ' Not everything that is technically possible is politically justified.'
NSA document reveals U.S. has monitored Merkel's phone since 2002, says U.S. had a 'not legally registered spying branch' in Berlin, Der Spiegel reports.
How a weapon given to Haganah fighter Avinoam Slutzky by the famed British general Orde Wingate wound up in a Tel Aviv apartment.
Volunteers show up at sites of racist and anti-Semitic graffiti to erase the offensive messages.
An exclusive dinner, detailed in a Warsaw Hebrew Newspaper from 1893, will be recreated in modern-day Tel Aviv in an attempt to 'redefine Polish cuisine.'
Last year, Csanad Szegedi, former no. 2 of far-right Jobbik party, called on Hungary to protect itself from Jews. Then he learned he had Jewish roots and has become enamored with Judaism ever since.