01.20.2017 | 22 Tevet, 5777
Beduin allege police frame-up in teacher’s death
Hundreds of Palestinians call on Trump not to relocate US embassy
Report: Hezbollah claims IDF breached Lebanon border to install spy gear
Britain again breaks ranks with Europe — this time over Israel
Haredi enrollment in higher education up 250% since 2009
Defense Ministry requests legal aid for haredi soldiers subject to harassment
Polish president: Security through deterrence does not exclude dialogue
Analysis: Time to reset Israel-US ties
State still has no solution for Amona families
Life stipend for Armon Hanatziv terrorist’s family
Israeli, Turkish generals meet for first time in years
Coalition refuses to vote on deportation bill
Jazz: Back to bassics
Top 10 things to do
Art: From the mysterious to the macabre
Yellow-and-blue braces for visit from Red Star Belgrade
J’lem brought to grinding halt in St. Petersburg
Sinai Says: Retiring Rivkin’s legacy linked to future of rhythmic gymnastics in Israel
Hapoel has chance to take control of group
Leonardo DiCaprio showcases Israeli solar thermal plant on Instagram
Tech Talk: Israeli technology strong in TV industry
New device enables disabled people to summon their electric wheelchair
Weizmann Institute scientists ‘overhear’ viruses ‘conspiring’ to coordinate infections
Do Israeli coffee machines contain lead?
Ministry D-G: Country’s health system is starving
The West Bank has become Israel's garbage can
Greek energy developer: We are here to open the Israeli gas market
Drilling firm to pursue water, gas, oil projects
Hydroponic farm for refugees, foreign workers launches on Tel Aviv rooftop
Editor's Note: The Gaza expert
Column One: Netanyahu's shameless opponents
Remembering Ari Rath
Middle America speaks, but the Coasters don’t hear
Blazing Tehran building collapses; 75 hurt, deaths feared
Outgoing US envoy says UN needs to 'push' Iran on arms embargo
Iranian duo's move to Bulgaria makes history in women's volleyball
Former soccer star placed on Egyptian terror list
Watch Live: Zarif discusses Iran's future foreign policy
House bill would target Iran's airline and test its nuclear deal
Rouhani: Trump's talk 'propaganda,' he can't cancel Iran nuclear deal
Report: Istanbul nightclub attacker says he was directed by ISIS
Families of Americans killed in ISIS attacks suing Twitter
8 Egyptian police killed in north Sinai attack
ISIS claims responsibility for Istanbul club attack
An insider’s view: Eight years watching the first Jewish US president
ADL urges US Jewish institutions to be alert following bomb threats
Columbia prof. says Israel advocates will 'infest' Trump administration
Australian mayor declines synagogue invitation, cites Israel’s ‘gross and illegal occupation’
Israel secures top-10 ranking in 2017 Bloomberg Innovation Index
Israeli device to prevent GPS disruptions hits the market
Ramat Gan start-up wows elderly with robot helper
Thousands protest in New York on eve of Trump inauguration
American-Israelis to rally in Tel Aviv in solidarity with DC Women’s March
LGBTQ activists stage dance protest outside Mike Pence's DC home
Watch: Invoking Netanyahu and Putin, Indian right-wing group hails Trump
Analysis: Clinton falls amid assault on establishment
Clinton concedes: 'We have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling'
Hillary Clinton and the glass ceiling: Cracked but intact
NY hassidic village loyal to Clinton despite Trump popularity among ultra-Orthodox
Trump reportedly picks friend of Jared Kushner to serve in administration
Trump calls UN 'sad,' days after Israeli settlements vote
Saddam Hussein's daughter touts Trump's 'political sensibility'
Dermer calls on Trump to move embassy to Jerusalem
This week in 60 seconds: Attack or accident?
Metro Grapevine: Top tips
Parashat Shmot: Yes you can!
Ask the Rabbi: May Jews serve in foreign armies?
Podcast: Three Ladies, Three Lattes
Podcast: Does Trump love Jews or embolden antisemitic voices?
Why Starbucks failed in Israel (and only in Israel)
Taxicab Diplomacy: Trump vs. Clinton
Destination:Unknown, TEDx most recent event will be held in Tel Aviv
Palestinian flag-waving fan arrested after accosting models Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner
Jewish comedian Chelsea Handler blames Kardashians for Trump election
Has actress Lindsay Lohan converted to Islam?
Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
It’s time for wide
recognition of Palestine
Gotta have faith
Hemmed in from all sides
The challenges ahead
Art: Seeing between the lines
A voice from the past
Palmah vs Gandhi
to the limit
– and beyond
Employment population ratios
a survivor’s soul
Grapevine: Like clockwork
City Notes: TEDx takes Tel Aviv
Road to recovery – with the Stroke Club
A night for women – and men
Swings and roundabout jazz
לַעֲבוֹר אֶת הַקִיר
מַעַרְכוֹת בְּטִיחוּת אַקְטִיבִיוֹת
The Christian Edition- one month free subscription
Christians flock to Jordan River baptism site despite landmines
A poor, Catholic farmer's religious duty
The Roman Catholic Dutchwoman who hid Anne Frank and family
Accessible Garden and Pathways Inaugurated at ILAN Haifa
Russian-Speaking Journalist Deputation Visits Israel
Sierra Leone President Plants a Tree in the Grove of Nations
Celebrating 115 Years
We will win but how long will it take? Including Bibi's Building Bluff
Is a Jewish safe haven possible in the Diaspora; is America the “exception”?
Potentially Misleading Statistics on Global Terrorism
Still Looking for Israel at Harvard
Researchers found a surprising result of having a parent who experienced the holocaust in the womb.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Stanislaw Grocholoski managed to save 12 Jews in occupied Poland.
By BENJAMIN GLATT
"The reality of Christianity is that you have to go against the world at times."
On December 21, 2009, Yad Vashem recognized Pastor Marcel Ducommun and his wife Hélène Marthe as Righteous Among the Nations.
French peasant widow Louise Roger never ‘contemplated the danger’ in saving a nine-year-old Jewish child during WWII.
“Like Oskar Schindler, Frits used the argument that the Jews he employed were indispensable to company production.”
Friedrich Carl von Oppenheim used bureaucratic and legal channels to make a difference in WWII.
Industrialist Alfred Rossner stood out for the kindness he showed to those under his command.
Max Planck Institute urged to cancel talk by academic Norman Finkelstein.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Running race to pass sites of Holocaust of Jewish remembrance in the Italian capital.
Escape room games feature a space, often with a dramatic theme, in which a group of players is locked in until they find a way out based on a series of clues, riddles or puzzles.
In 1942, at 22, Pritchard felt compelled to resist the Nazis after seeing Germans rounding up Jewish children for deportation.
The world's longest-reigning living monarch will pass her patronage of dozens of charities, academic institutions and sporting groups to other members of the British royal family.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
After recent reports claimed that Google's result ranking is problematic, particularly a search regarding the Holocaust, Google faces scrutiny and criticism.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
'“The Bauhaus movement has enough lovely projects that make it unnecessary to insult the memory” of approximately 1 million Jews who were murdered at Auschwitz-Birkenau.'
The findings are potentially controversial because the story of Anne Frank is seen as emblematic both of Dutch heroism during the Holocaust and of collaboration with the Nazis.
Will the Austrian government change direction for a nation grappling with the past?
By MERLE BURGSTALLER
Yad Vashem reunites descendants of Polish survivors.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Elizabeth Kalhammer, now 92, worked at Hitler's private estate from 1943 to 1945.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
Now, the last of the survivors are dying. We, the ones who have heard the horrors directly from the ones who lived them, must continue to send our children to bear witness.
By SHOSHANNA KEATS-JASKOLL
Friends seek answers as Limmud FSU opens Wiesel Memorial Exhibition at Hebrew University.
By STEVE LINDE
Television footage showing piles of bodies and starved inmates of the camp were among the first images the world saw of the Holocaust.
Frank was 12-years-old when she sent the short poem to a friend.
The gathering has been decried by several Jewish organizations, but the Holocaust Museum spared no pleasantries, characterizing the organization as an imminent threat.
By MICHAEL WILNER,GIL HOFFMAN
The UN Social, Humanitarianism and Culture committee passed the vote, 131 states voted in favor, while 48 states abstained, most of which were European Union countries.
Holocaust survivors from UK and US thank Israel for providing safe haven.
Students were allowed to wear Palestinian keffiyeh scarfs at the Holocaust event.
The scholarship is designated specifically for students pursuing doctorates in political science, law and economics.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
Fear and loathing in Budapest.
By TIBOR KRAUSZ
George Brady survived Nazi persecution, including the death camp at Auschwitz in Poland, where his sister and parents perished.
Published before Hitler rose to power, "Adolf Hitler: His Life and His Speeches," credited him with being Germany's savior, comparing Hitler to Jesus.
While some European Jews have repeated the analogy, others have been careful to avoid it amid the arrival to Europe of 1.5 million immigrants since 2015 from the war-torn Middle East and Africa.
In an exclusive interview with ‘Metro,’ Tel Aviv Chief Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau reflects on the state of Zionism and Jew-hatred, and demonstrates how today’s world is failing to learn from the Shoah.
By GOL KALEV
Michael Kosterlitz was recognized along with David Thouless and Duncan Haldane on Tuesday for their pioneering work in topology.
"There was never an intention on my part to derogate the memory of the six million Jews murdered."
This was by far the largest commemoration of Babi Yar in Ukrainian history, and stood in sharp contrast with the country's years under Soviet rule.
"There is no Ukrainian history without Jewish history."
The fate of Raoul Wallenberg remains a mystery.
“We want to make sure that the upcoming discussion at the United Nations is informed by facts about official Iranian efforts to promote racism and extremism in the form of Holocaust denial.”
French complicity in wartime deportations was only officially acknowledged in 1995.
Jewish skullcap from synagogue torched by Nazis during 1938 pogrom is on display at Polish museum.
Budapest's 'Living Memorial' was reportedly desecrated a few weeks after an article threatening to destroy the site was published on a neo-Nazi website.
Dans son deuxième documentaire, Tamar Tal oriente sa caméra sur trois frères partis
sur les traces de leur enfance pendant la Shoah
By BERNARD DICHEK
Un projet initié par Yad Vashem a pour but de récolter le plus d’objets possible relatifs
à la Shoah pour les faire connaître au public et perpétuer le souvenir
By ANAV SILVERMAN
Une interview du François Truffaut israélien
By HANNAH BROWN
Leah Cik Roth is the subject of a stirring account of her Holocaust experiences, called 'My Eyes Looking Back at Me.'
By BARRY DAVIS
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Court sentences member of German far-left, ultra-nationalist party to eight months in prison for displaying Nazi-themed tattoo.
In a rambling speech on his arrival in Davao City after a visit to Vietnam, Duterte told reporters that he had been "portrayed to be some cousin of Hitler" by critics.
Reality TV star of Armenian descent pens full-page ad in NYT, hitting back at WSJ advertisement.
‘Denial’ looks at the story behind a lawsuit.
Yad Vashem conference applies lessons of Holocaust to contemporary issues.
‘Yes, people died, but they also lived, and had to confront unimaginable choices’
By JEREMY SHARON
The award ceremony will be held on Tuesday.
The documentary ‘Aida’s Secrets’ is a fascinating portrait of a family that finds love after trauma.
Paul Bogdanor digs deep into the contentious legacy of Rudolf Kasztner, and his attempts to save Jews from the Holocaust.
By COLIN SHINDLER
In ‘The Last Blintz,’ filmmaker Dori Berinstein laments the closing of yet another Jewish New York landmark.
By AMY SPIRO
Muslim, Christian, Druze and Jewish religious leaders visited Poland together.
According to the law, after a few years, the company could sell off the properties whose owners had not been found and allocate the money to assist Holocaust survivors or educational projects commemorating the Holocaust.
“I remember standing before Holocaust survivors with tears in my eyes, and asked MKs to support this law.”
By LAHAV HARKOV
Fourteen women took part in this year's pageant, held in the northern city of Haifa on Sunday.
The Italian Parliament established the National Museum of Judaism and the Shoah in the city of Ferrera in December 2006.
A look at some of the year’s under-the-radar Jewish films.
By SHAWN RODGERS
Holocaust survivor Shimon Redlich holds on dearly to moments of humanity.
Meet the Ambassador: Martin Weiss wants to tell the story of his home country and also that of the Jewish state
Former National Labor Court president Steve Adler has a new job as co-head of appeals for the Holocaust Claims Conference.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Yisrael Kristal missed his bar mitzva due to World War I.
The remarkable story of forger Adolfo Kaminsky encapsulates the Jewish experience in the 20th century.
By YAËLLE AZAGURY
In ‘Shalom Italia,’ filmmaker Tamar Tal turns her camera on three Italian brothers and the story of how they hid during the Holocaust.
David Cesarani writes an epic study of the Holocaust in his book 'Final Solution: The Fate of the Jews 1933-1949.'
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Part novel, part memoir, author Michael Chabon’s latest work is a stunning work of art.
By ELAINE MARGOLIN
A history of the ghetto, from imprisoning European Jews to segregating African Americans.
By BEN FISHER
A Yad Vashem team travels the country in search of pieces of family memories salvaged from the Holocaust.
Culture events around the country!
By COMPILED BY JULIE STEIGERWALD
The story of an ‘Exodus’ passenger’s stormy sail to the Jewish state.
By MAXINE LIPTZEN DOROT
The chairman of Yad Vashem Holocaust museum says international organizations should be founded "with the express purpose of averting future crimes against humanity."
“We recently made improvements to our algorithm that will help surface more high quality, credible content on the web.”
This obligation not only demands to “never forget” Amalek’s crime but also requires that the Israelites “expunge Amalek’s remembrance from under heaven.”
By RABBI SHLOMO BRODY
Jack Kagan – the passing of a courageous
By ROBERT HERSOWITZ
Even if endowed with a genuinely resilient national nuclear strategy, an “opaque” endowment that must seem both plausible and compelling, Israel must require this special sense. Absolutely.
By LOUIS RENÉ BERES
Holocaust survivors need your help in the fight for justice and restitution
By GIDEON TAYLOR,COLETTE AVITAL
My maternal grandparents were an elderly, very gentle couple, low-key and low-profile, who had been subjected to virulent antisemitism for many years.
By JUDY GONDOS JACOBS
When Oskar Groening's appeal was rejected,the decision paved the way for additional prosecutions of any person still unpunished who served in the Nazis’ six death camps.
By EFRAIM ZUROFF
In all these cases, the government continues to fail to perform one of its most elementary duties: to respect the victims of the Holocaust in Lithuania, many of whom were murdered by Lithuanians.
Power made her reputation in the world of human rights by following in Elie’s footsteps and criticizing bystanders to genocide in places such as Rwanda.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
These persons, who added risks to the danger already prevalent to help their fellow Jews – were forgotten after the war years, and no program was devised to bestow upon them the honor they merited.
By MORDECAI PALDIEL
The night of broken glass.
By WALTER BINGHAM
I was born in Antwerp, Belgium, and fortunate enough at the age of four, on the eve of World War II, to have been taken by my parents to Australia.
By ISI LEIBLER
A recent Polish law that criminalizes Holocaust-related blame presents an offensive, distorted narrative about the nation’s wartime history and its coming to terms with the past.
By DAVID SARNA GALDI
In a demonstration of both defiance and solidarity the people of Denmark helped their Jewish countrymen escape by boat to neutral Sweden.
By JESPER VAHR
Lately, the Holocaust has become the touchstone for so many moral, ethical, or political decisions or positions.
By ORIT ARFA