Wednesday, August 12, 2020
After a year-long diplomatic struggle and a little help from the United States, Yom Kippur is officially a United Nations holiday.
Benjamin Netanyahu shared a touching tribute to his late brother Yoni, hours ahead of Israel's national day of mourning for soldiers lost.
California passed a bill barring state bodies, including universities, from maintaining ties with organizations that support the boycott Israel movement.
According to a new book by historians, Hitler suffered from a condition called hypospadias, which left Hitler with an abnormally small manhood.
The Obama administration has awarded $12 million for assistance to Holocaust survivors.
Former presidential candidate Michele Bachmann called for an intensified effort to convert Jews to Christianity.
A U.S. officer who helped liberate 2,500 Jews during the Holocaust has died at the age of 99.
Three Books of Esther scrolls read on Purim during the Holocaust were found in a hidden synagogue at the Warsaw Ghetto after a wall in the ghetto collapsed.
The owner of a Czech tour bus that advertised Auschwitz as a holiday destination will remove the bus' controversial design showing pictures of inmates.
Hacked documents show that Jewish Hungarian-American business magnate George Soros has contributed a large amount of funds to anti-Israel causes.
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