Yad Vashem has spent a decade searching every possible archive in Hungary, adding the names of over 200,000 previously anonymous Jews murdered in the Holocaust
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The city of Dickinson requires applicants for grants to repair homes or businesses damaged by Hurricane Harvey to refrain from boycotting Israel: 'An egregious violation of the First Amendment, reminiscent of McCarthy-era loyalty oaths'
Dozens of Israeli Army Veterans of Six-Day War Roughed Up Trying to Bring Torah Scrolls to Western Wall
After the Torah scrolls were confiscated, the former paratroopers – all in their seventies – joined Women of the Wall for a mixed-gender prayer service outside the women’s section of the wall
For three generations, a Dutch family safeguarded the valuable instrument belonging to the Hecht family, their Jewish neighbors who perished in the Holocaust. The family recently visited Israel to keep a promise made in 1943
Proudly Resilient Defying neo-Nazi Threats, Jewish Students at University of Florida Refuse to Hide in Fear
'We should be countering darkness with light - and so while Spencer was in his evil darkness, we created goodness and light on the other side'
Fritz Haber’s chemical genius was responsible for both fertilizers and chemical weapons. He also developed Zyklon-B for Germany.
One short letter looms large in the Israel-Palestine conflict's mythology. But it's just that: A myth, but also a bluff, a betrayal and a gift to propagandists on both sides
Parashat Mot-Kedoshim: When the world was created, the Torah says, all creatures were vegetarians; then the rules changed
Haaretz's food specialist Vered Guttman curates four menus for you to wow your Jewish New Year guests.