In the 1930s Meir Levy left the Holy Land to fight in the Spanish Civil War. His descendants are trying to bring his body back to Israel
The Alternative for Germany party's leadership in northwest steps down after reports that two members and a party employee attended a neo-Nazi party where some participants displayed support for Hitler
Danny Ayalon, who served as deputy foreign minister in 2012, says he never saw statement against Ukranian opposition leader Tymoshenko: 'It was very strange that the statement was released only in Russian'
Skeletons in the closet and the fear of being branded anti-Semitic are keeping the establishment quiet about an alleged Israeli role in Paul Manafort's machinations
The British musician signed a letter urging a boycott of next year's Eurovision in Israel
The painting, worth at least $300,000, was stolen from a Paris bank vault in 1941
In plea deal, Trump’s former campaign manager claims he worked with senior Israeli official in 2012 to tarnish reputation of Ukrainian opposition candidate by accusing her of anti-Semitism
BDS, public transportation problems and security issues are sure to keep the municipality and Shin Bet security service busy
Plea deal shows Trump's former campaign chairman worked with an unnamed Israeli official to accuse a supporter of his client's opponent of anti-Semitism
Berlin says the Trump administration's decision could complicate efforts to bring the Palestinians and Israel back to the negotiating table
Israeli-born sculptor Ram Katzir was inspired by the chairs at Paris’ Luxembourg Gardens to create a unique place of memory in Amsterdam
What some contemporary heroes of culture and politics have in common is not contempt for the law, but contempt for guilt
Resolution passed on Thursday calls EU to demand compensation from Israeli government for aid funds invested in the West Bank Bedouin village, demands cessation of 'policy of threats of demolition'
Court says that it could not protect the man's 'fundamental human rights if he is deported to Palestine' ■ Israel's Foreign Ministry calls decision 'shameful,' says it 'gives legitimacy to anti-Semitism' and 'defames' Israel
News agency agrees to Russian request after Moscow objects to description of Soviet Union and Nazi Germany as 'former allies,' clarifying that neutrality pact was not a formal alliance
The article falsely claimed that Jewish billionaire George Soros cooperated with the Iranian regime
EU foreign policy chief says looming demolition of Khan al-Ahmar 'will only further entrench a one-state reality'
Right-wing protests in the city of Chemnitz after the fatal stabbing of a German, blamed on two migrants, has reignited a fierce debate about Merkel's decision to let more than a million refugees into Germany
Hundreds protest following the deaths of two Germans, allegedly at the hands of immigrants
The UN agency that supports Palestinian refugees is facing a $200 million shortfall caused by a U.S. aid cutoff