'We’re a fighting unit, just like Golani and the Paratroops. We too have a heritage to be proud of,' says Lior Tehrani.
'Fuad' Ben-Eliezer served for decades in the IDF and as a Member of Knesset. He withdrew from the presidential race in 2014 due to allegations of corruption, for which he was later charged. He had been hospitalized due to heart problems.
A trainee nurse who helped Yemenite babies and children recover from illnesses in the early 1950s says now that a chaotic registration system at hospitals meant that not all the infants were successfully reunited with their families.
Despite the massive media coverage, nothing has changed: There still isn’t a single shred of evidence that the gold train ever existed.
As foreign minister in the '70s, Scheel helped shape West Germany's policy of reconciliation with the communist bloc. He also tried unsuccessfully to mediate a peaceful settlement between Israel and Egypt before the Yom Kippur War.
Israeli research institute says effort to forbid claims that Poles collaborated during Holocaust ‘makes Poland part of the anti-liberal movement picking up speed worldwide.’
German historian says he’s uncovered document showing that wife of Nazi minister of propaganda had Jewish ancestry.
Ben-Zion Solomon, who died in February, was wounded as a small child during the Bolshevik Revolution. Then his life really got interesting.
Legislation is a new milestone in the Polish government's recent campaign against anyone who speaks or writes about the role of Poles in persecuting the Jews in the Holocaust or about collaboration with the Nazis.
The news is not in noting that Ashkenazi children disappeared in the same period as the children of immigrants from Yemen, the Balkans and the Middle East - rather, the great drama is in exposing the scope of the phenomenon.