Nobel Prize literature laureate, declared 'persona non grata' by Israel over a poem criticizing its stance on Iran, lauds nuclear whistle-blower Vanunu as a 'hero.'
Image of Adan raising improvised flag after the conquest of Eilat in 1949 became Israel's version of the shot of U.S. Marines raising flag in Iwo Jimo during WWII.
German Ministry of Justice prepares bill that would allow circumcision in children to take place for any reason, even by a mohel.
Leopold Kozlowski, 94, is a cultural figure in Poland, where he is known as 'the last klezmer.'
American researcher uncovers recently declassified transcripts of conversations between Israeli and American officials during First Lebanon War.
Hefer, playwright, poet and winner of the Israel Prize, best known for works such as 'The Red Rock' and 'He Didn't Know Her Name,' passed away in Tel Aviv.
A year after Dr. Mengele's journal was sold to a Jewish collector, the archives of Nazi propaganda minister put on the auction block.
A 142-year-old cemetery has been closed 'for security reasons' but no one seems to know why.
Stamp collecting has never been seen as cool, but the Israel Philatelic Service is keen to highlight its appeal to the digital generation.
Israeli sculptor Dani Karavan has left no stone unturned in his efforts to build his gypsy Holocaust memorial in Berlin.