The country that took in over a million refugees has been lucky so far, but Monday’s train attack by an ax-wielding Afghan refugee could be a harbinger of much worse.
Alisa Ehrmann Shek was 17 when she kept a diary chronicling what proved to be the last six months of the Terezin ghetto. Now a crowdfunding project seeks to bring her journal to a wider audience.
Education and defense ministers say there is no proof that Poles were behind murders at Jedwabne in 1941 and Kielce in 1946.
Millions of shekels invested in effort, which will come to fruition in weeks, senior Israeli official tells Knesset.
The criminal law expert and professor was appointed to Israel's top court in 1989, and took over as the head of the inquiry commission on the missing Yemenite children in 1999.
Born Zalman Winder, he was central figure in world of prostitution and crime, gained publicity in widespread appearances on Israeli talk shows.
Sofia allied with Nazi Berlin during WWII and even secretly agreed to deport Jews to death camps, but when word got out, public officials took action in a unique case during the Holocaust.
Publisher of German daily, owner of sketches, reveals he looked for way to transfer them to Jerusalem's Yad Vashem against government wishes – and Israel's prime minister fit the bill.
The new documentary 'A German Life,' which tells the story of one of the last, naïve, living remnants of the Nazi regime, will be screened at the Jerusalem Film Festival.
Following public pressure, 1.5 million pages on the Yemenite affair are set to be published by the end of the year in an attempt to solve a 70-year-old mystery.