A religious Zionist, she went beyond labels and camps in discussion of Israeli society.
It was always known that roughly a thousand of Yemenite children disappeared in the 50s, but Haaretz report has revealed Ashkenazi children 'disappeared' as well. Now, in wake of report, new families have come forward.
A Haaretz investigation based on the testimony of Holocaust survivors and their families reveals that Ashkenazi children disappeared in a similar manner to the abducted Yemenite children.
In final twist of long-running dispute, court rejects appeal of heirs of writer Max Brod, Kafka's friend and biographer, that the estate belongs to them.
Rabbi Shlomo Amar's office says he did not request the citizenship and that it was conferred as an honor in recognition of his work with Sephardi Jewry.
Newly published diaries of the first KGB chief state that the Swedish diplomat was liquidated on Stalin’s orders in a Soviet prison in 1947.
Mist sprinklers intended to offer respite to those visiting site of extermination camp during sweltering heat have caused stir in past.
The Nazi leaders schedule was busy with meetings and meals sandwiching visits to concentration camps.
If the pope had spoken at the Nazi death camp last Friday, the world might have also heard about anti-Semitism stoked by his church in Poland.
No 'Smoking Gun' on Yemenite Children's Abduction, but Hundreds Didn't Just Disappear, Israeli Minister Says
Tsachi Hanegbi, in charge of latest investigation into 1950s affair, stands by claim that 'hundreds' were abducted, but finds no evidence linking it to Ben-Gurion-led political establishment.