Jungjin Lee's photo of Midreshet Ben-Gurion reveals her interpretation of the Land of Israel as a metaphor - as something that can be anywhere, she says.
Conspiracy claims to keep famed writer Franz Kafka's diaries are the latest twist in the Kafkaesque saga.
Goebbels' love letters and other items formerly belonging to senior Nazis to go on sale to the highest bidder in Connecticut.
Neo-Nazi board game, called Pogromly, first surfaced in 1997; recently exposed cell reportedly sold dozens of units to extreme rightists across Germany.
Thomas Struth specializes in portraits, whether of families - including the British royals - tourists or entire countries. Like Israel, for example.
Twelve of the world's leading photographers are participating in an unprecedented project aimed at revealing Israel as they see it, capturing with their cameras both big and small moments that will together create a unique mosaic. First in a series.
A new exhibition at Beth Hatefutsoth highlights the contributions of - and injustices done to - Jewish mathematicians in wartime Germany.
A booklet to help soldiers prepare for officers' school neglects to mention that the illustrious former president is a rapist and that Israel didn't exactly win the Second Lebanon War.
An ambitious new project seeks to digitize the entire Cairo Geniza, and piecing together half a million document fragments scattered around the world.
Mira Ben Ari became a symbol of the fighting pioneer woman after she sent her young son away and died fighting the Egyptians in 1948, at age 22. Now, 63 years later, that son has allowed her letters to be published for the first time.