This week marks one decade since Yad Vashem opened its groundbreaking database for the names of Holocaust victims.
It’s been 21 years since Alice Miller stood in front of the the Supreme Court, demanding a chance to be a part of the male-only, elite pilot course.
Two wine presses that date back some 1,500 years were discovered in the southern Israeli city of Netivot.
Thirty-nine postcards sent during WWII from the Warsaw Ghetto have become part of the permanent collection at the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw.
100,000 remembered Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin to commemorate the 20th anniversary of his assassination, with speeches by Obama and Bill Clinton.
One of the highlights of this year’s Congress was a resolution declaring the Jewish people a Semitic people, indigenous to the land of Israel.
Remains of 2 Holocaust victims subjected to gruesome Nazi medical experiments finally received burial rites after being kept in a Nazi lab for 72 years.
On the 43rd anniversary of the murder of 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics, the ADL commemorates those who lost their lives to this terror.
On August 27, 1942, the last public prayer service was held in Wiesbaden, Germany.
Israel recently recognized a couple of Dutch Christian Zionists who died as a result of their efforts to save Jews during the Holocaust.