In 1977, when a Jewish human rights group was set up in California, it was named in Simon Wiesenthal’s honor.
He’s the oldest head of state in the world, and it seems like he’s been around forever, but there may be some things you’ve yet to learn about Shimon Peres.
Mark Spitz is a legendary swimmer and arguably the greatest Jewish athlete on Earth.
Though often facing anti-Semitism, both institutional and cultural, the Jewish people have historically responded with innovation and adaptability.
Billy Crystal—actor, writer, producer, director--is a beloved American icon.
Steven Spielberg is arguably one of the most prominent Jewish American film directors/screenwriters/producers of all time.
Primo Levi was born into an Italian Jewish family in the northern industrial city of Turin in 1919.
Eliahu Cohen, an Egyptian-born Jew who served as a legendary Mossad spy in Syria, was publicly hanged in a Damascus square on May 18, 1965.
This Jewish scientist also had a prolific love of music, politics, and writing, and a profoundly deep love for Israel.
Looking like a poster child for pampered princesses, Hannah Senesh seems an unlikely war heroine.