Visiting US Republican senator deems Iran deal not legally binding, can be overturned
Budget to go to first vote in Knesset, final vote set for Nov. 20
Prosor: Efforts to fly Palestinian flag at UN not the way to peace, statehood
Turkel committee proceedings on Gal Hirsch police appointment opens
Blue-and-white on the silver screen
Matisyahu set to join closing events at J’lem Sacred Music Festival
Jerusalem if I forget you: Matisyahu set to perform at festival in Israel's capital
Everything’s coming up roses for ‘Bumblefoot’
Sinai Says: Blue-and-white have played themselves into nowhere-but-up status
Deri given ultimatum regarding Saturday soccer
Israel’s Sela sent packing in first round
Analysis: The return of the legionnaires and the impact on Israeli soccer landscape
IDF puts finishing touches on mass evacuation plan in case of war with Hezbollah
US forced to disclose more details of targeted killings, will Israel be next?
B’Tselem claims IDF demolished 25 illegal Beduin structures in West Bank
IDF: Hamas seizing Gazan construction imports for attack tunnel building
Israel not excited by Abbas threat to quit: 'Been there, done that'
Norwegian bank issues anti-Semitic credit card, says sorry
Labor's Corbyn under fire for supporting Palestinians who bombed Jewish charity
A rare glimpse into the education of Jewish children during the Holocaust
Area surrounding legendary Nazi treasure train goes up in flames
Genesis Foundation launches fund to boost outreach to interfaith families
Democrats to secure passage of Iran deal through Congress, may prevent vote
White House fight to preserve Iran deal is won, Cardin says
America remains Iran's 'number one enemy' despite nuclear deal, top cleric says
WATCH: Terrorists seek funds to bomb Golden Gate Bridge in anti-Iran bill campaign
Brokers for group liberating kidnap victims 'worse than ISIS,' says one-time supporter
Satellite images show ISIS destruction of major temple at Palmyra
US should use al-Qaida forces to defeat ISIS, former CIA chief reportedly says
Is ISIS planning attack for 9/11?
Kuwait charges 26 suspected Hezbollah operatives over arms cache, alleges Iran link
Lawmakers call on Blair to face inquiry over alleged attempt to save Gaddafi
Non-invasive test for Gaucher disease developed
Missing piece found in liver puzzle
Fledgling scientists meet elder geniuses
Risk of another autism spectrum disorder child after a first one is much lower than presumed
Finance Ministry pledges to reform solar energy sector
A rock star, 9 congressmen, and one solar field
German, Israeli and Jordanian experts team up to explore climate change and bird migration
Israel likely to be water-stressed in 2040, study finds
Israeli tech students to develop solutions for elderly citizens
Israeli startup's digital 'guardian angel' saving lives of children with special needs
An Israeli laundry app with potential for more
Global innovators collaborate in Israel
Your Taxes: Israel and the OECD good amnesty guide
Is Netflix expanding to Israel?
'Local honey production insufficient to meet national needs'
Oldest Koran in the world may predate Muhammad, Oxford University researchers say
Ex porn star and supermodel fight over kosher food on Big Brother
Dropping songs, not bombs: ISIS Karaoke Twitter account gains popularity
Is Kanye's upcoming trip to Israel a ploy to boost his presidential profile?
WATCH: Shimon Peres throws a paper airplane in the name of education
The Jenin model
Our World: Losing the war of ideas
Letters to the Editor
In my own write: Soul Food
We must honor the victims of the Holocaust by saving Christians today
The People and The Book: Of power and pain
Stasis of belligerence
Necessary Stories: Hitched
A concerned poet
The improbable Zionist
Open the gates of conversion
A literary life
Solemnity and levity on the shore
A laptop, Wi-Fi and a cup of coffee
Unusual tombs in the Kidron Valley
Here come the ‘monument men’
Oddities: Almost paradise
It’s a boy!
Shades of black and white
The face of Israeli prostitution
מִשִירֵי רָחֵל: כִּנֶרֶת
הַמִזְרָקָה הַמוּזִיקָלִית בְּאֵילַת
Samphire and sourdough
Lost in the woods: cognitive defusion on vacation
How Samantha met Ben
American Presidential Wannabes, Israel Next Stop?
The confounding case of the Kastner trains and Kolozsvar ghetto
Tiny Ant-Man's Bigger Brand Lesson
Gaza Evacuees in Halutza, 10 Years Later
A Corner in Nitzana Forest in Memory of Sergeant Erez Sagi
Australian Legislators and Political Advisors Visit Gaza Border Communities
New Campsite for Youth Dedicated in Maginim Forest
Chinese Delegation Tours Negev Agriculture and Forestry
Italy’s National Day at EXPO 2015
The Ambassadors’ Club of Israel Tours the Galilee with KKL-JNF
The International Solidarity Mission Says Goodbye in Jerusalem
An Ecological Festival at the Shafir Winter Pond
KKL-JNF Global Landscapes Seminar at Expo 2015
New Bio-filters Purify Surface Runoff Water for Reuse
Future Tour Guides Discover the Negev with KKL-JNF
$100 Million JNF Boruchin Israel Education Advocacy Center Opens
JNF Canada Pays Tribute to the Honourable John Baird
From Sunny Israel to Cold Canada
Walking for Water with KKL France in the Mountains of Eilat
Renewable Energies for the Future in the Arava
LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
Arava Open Day: Food Security for Israel and the Entire World
An Olah Reports From Nepal
How One Oleh is Helping to Transform the Way People Drink Water
From Think Tank to Environmental Consultant
Award Winning Designer Launches Career as Wedding Dressmaker
How Natalie Edwards Built a Successful Career in Israel’s Startup Industry
5 Tips to Land a Job in Israel
Starting Your Own Business in Israel: Real Life Examples
5 Strategies for Finding Your Professional Place in Israel
36 Hours in Southern Israel
Food Shopping In Israel
How Women Can Have it All in Israel
The Eisenberg’s Long Journey Home
Why Retirees are Thriving in Israel
Thanks to Aliyah video
6 Frequently Asked Questions about Israeli Healthcare
Starting Over in Israel
Sam Eisenberg: From Nativ to Aliyah
WATCH: Why Olim #LiveLoveIsrael
5 Ways that Olim Kick Back
VIDEO: Are you ready for the South?
Make yourself at home… in Israel
NBN Announces Bonei Zion Prize Recipients for 2015
NefeshB’Nefesh Provides Services to Bnot Sherut
How Doctors Are Impacting Israel’s South
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From 1943 to 1945, the Schippers, a pastor and his wife from Schardam near Amsterdam, endured between them a total of at least four house searches by German Nazis and Nazi collaborators.
Shem Olam Institute releases curriculum of schools in the Krakow Ghetto.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
The fire brigade brought to the scene to fight the blaze said they are almost positive the fire was not due to an arson attack.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Management of the historical site believes showers to be a good way to help guests cool off during summer season.
By NATI GABBAY,SAM SOKOL
Facebook will have to abide by German laws banning racist sentiment even if it might be allowed in the United States under freedom of speech, Berlin's justice minister told Reuters.
Photographs taken using ground-penetrating radar equipment showed a train more than 100 meters (330 feet) long, the first official confirmation of its existence.
British tabloid quotes Joseph Zissels as saying that the extent of Ukrainian collaboration in the Holocaust has been exaggerated for political ends.
By SAM SOKOL
Of the 90 people handed over to Nazis, only 9 people survived.
By EUROPEAN JEWISH PRESS
Head of From The Depths NGO says discovery of dozens of tombstone fragments will enable people to find the gravestones of their relatives.
In an interview with 'The Independent', she questions the precedent of putting Holocaust education before all other national tragedies.
Genealogy has grown into a huge online business that generates billions of dollars, and Jews are not immune.
By SHULA KOPF
"The many thousands buried here have no descendants or relatives to stand up for the integrity and dignity of their graves precisely because of the Holocaust," says a Vilnius-based scholar.
There is an ongoing debate in Munich over whether the Bavarian capital should allow “Stolpersteine” (brass plaques which name the Holocaust victims) to be embedded into sidewalks and streets.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
"Co-opting a genocide to further your specific religious perspective is unacceptable," critic says about 'For Such a Time.'
Over half of respondents view Nazi-era leader, who supported murder of Romanian Jews, as a "patriot."
Despite large sums of money allocated for survivors, many still live in poverty.
"Pisar exemplified what was truly the 'greatest generation.'He taught us that the horrors of the past influenced but must never be allowed to dictate or determine our present and future."
The Great Synogogue was built in the 1600's and remained an important fixture within the Lithuanian Jewish community until the Holocaust.
By ARIEL ZILBER,ROSIE PERPER
Members of 2 families sharing a farm were executed by German troops in December 1942 for refusing to reveal the whereabouts of a Jewish family hiding in the cellar of their house.
"I'm very honored, I feel this is a good (resting place) for the Oscar," says producer Branko Lustig.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The Klarsfelds created a database of deported Jewish children and won fame in the 1970s for helping to locate former Gestapo chief Klaus Barbie, known as the "Butcher of Lyon."
The allocation announced earlier this month brings the three-year total to $1 million in state funding for services to New Jersey’s 4,700 Holocaust survivors.
86 bodies in all were acquired by Nazi anatomy professor August Hirt in 1943 after their gas chamber executions.
By DANIEL J. ROTH
The issue of potentially finding human remains was brought to the city’s attention before road construction began; Some 700 people are buried at the site.
94-year-old Oskar Groening sentenced to 4 years in prison • Lauder: Albeit belatedly, justice has been done
By SAM SOKOL,REUTERS
Prosecutors argued that by sorting the bank notes from trainloads of arriving Jews, Oskar Groening helped support the regime responsible for mass murder.
Poland has very few well-preserved hiding places of Jews in the Holocaust, though thousands survived the war in them.
The proposed law defines the Holodomor, a massive famine, as the “genocide of the Ukrainian people” and the Holocaust as the “genocide of the Jewish people.”
For over a decade, a criminal ring within the organization embezzled tens of millions of dollars through false restitution claims.
‘Game of Tag’ was initially removed amid protests by Jewish groups.
Prime minister mourns the passing of Nicholas Winton, who saved hundreds of Jewish children form the Nazis.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Dutch Royal House spokesman says family will respond to queries on the subject next week.
About 76,000 Jews were arrested in France during World War Two and transported in appalling conditions in railway boxcars to Nazi camps where most died.
Half of New York City's 64,000 Holocaust survivors live on an annual income of less than $11,000.
Wiesenthal Center calls speech “inversion of the Holocaust."
Guillermo Zapata apologizes, says he has always liked "black, cruel humor."
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL,SAM SOKOL
Krakow’s modern art museum pulls video piece, which consisted of footage of naked people playing tag.
The Holocaust cocktail is priced at $7.80, making it the priciest beverage on the menu.
93-year-old former company commander allegedly helped kill more than 300 people in Italy during World War Two.
The decision was made even after anti-Semitism has become rampant among young German Muslims.
The issue of Nazism has been central to the recent Ukrainian-Russian conflict.
Poles have excellent record in facing treatment of Jews
New pension program to provide monthly payments of $130 to Polish-born Jews and non-Jews who suffered hardships under the Nazis in WWII.
Last week, Kavala mayor expressed her objection to the inclusion of a star of David on local monument.
During the Holocaust, more than 50,000 prisoners, mainly Jews, died at Bergen-Belsen of starvation, overwork, disease or following gruesome medical experiments before it was liberated.
Museum expresses deep concern over two bills passed by the Ukrainian parliament in April.
Mayor of Kavala's decision supported by majority of city council.
Joel Rubinfeld, president of the Belgian League Against Anti-Semitism, told JTA “the trip meant to inoculate teens against anti-Semitism ended up possibly infecting them with it.”
Acclaimed character actor and activist Edward James Olmos speaks about his Jewish roots and what has compelled him to speak out against anti-Semitism at this year’s Global Forum.
By NOA AMOUYAL
‘Refidim Junction,’ an operatic drama composed by Jerusalemite Margret Wolf, draws on the fraught correspondence between Prof. Alice Shalvi’s parents while waiting to get to England in the 1930s.
By BARRY DAVIS
Government warns "foragers" they risk hurting themselves; says train may contain "dangerous materials" from World War Two.
A Scottish government spokeswoman says Simon Wiesenthal Center report "raises questions over how the Bute House drawing room chandelier came to be brought to Scotland."
Im Tirtzu and Holocaust survivor NGO criticize holding of event; NGO Monitor criticizes German backing; Van Leer director says need for “open public space.”
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Prominent Jews across the globe expressed shock at the use of such imagery.
Hilik Bar said he met people in Skulsk who remembered his great grandfather fondly.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Graber-Kitarovic told Rivlin that at the ceremony she had emphasized the importance of carrying the message of peace and tolerance.
Employee: It will affect how we can service our clients.
Winton, who died in Maidenhead, England, this week at the age of 106, had not intended to mount the urgent rescue mission.
Norbert Lammert addresses Knesset in German, calls for negotiations, but says Israel's security concerns must be taken into account.
By LAHAV HARKOV
In the past Yacimovich has said allowing speeches in the Knesset in German is offensive to Holocaust survivors.
The exhibition on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow included a video installation in which naked people play tag inside a gas chamber.
Director Giulio Ricciarelli offers a compelling look at postwar Germany with his first feature film, ‘Labyrinth of Lies.’
By HANNAH BROWN
New information revealed on Nazi architect of the Holocaust who was executed by hanging 53 years ago.
By DANIEL CLINTON
A Loving Hug
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
A Hungarian Holocaust film relies on the imagination of viewers to reconstruct a collective tragedy that cannot be reconstructed visually.
By TIBOR KRAUSZ
A family reunites after the holocaust and plants roots in Israel.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
Through the first-person narrative of a child, "The Book of Aron" provides a powerful and poignant reminder of the stark moral choices the Jews of Warsaw were forced to make.
By GLENN C. ALTSCHULER
In this curiously original tale, Asher Kravitz details how Caleb, an intelligent and pensive pup, is born in the home of the Gottliebs, a traditional Jewish family living in Germany in the 1930s.
By MIRIAM KATES LOCK
Austria used to teach its children it was a victim of Nazi occupation, but years of activism have transformed this country to confront its past, celebrate its achievements and educate for the future.
The "supreme leader" talks of his apartheid plan against Israeli Jews, Iranian ploys against Israel and discusses that the Holocaust didn't happen, all while insisting he is not anti-Semitic.
Israel Katz says Republican presidential candidate's comments are "wrong and unnecessary."
US president says such outrageous rhetoric has become commonplace among Republican politicians.
By MICHAEL WILNER
The major lessons learned from the experience of being a stranger in a strange land and Egyptian enslavement were that we should never allow ourselves to be enslaved again.
By REUVEN HAMMER
Ric Gordon: What you put in your mouth ends up on your hips.
A Holocaust survivor paints his experiences that show hints of love and hope. His old studio is now a Museum where everything is both history and art.
By MAGALI DRUSCOVICH
Ice cream cone named after Adolf Hitler on sale in India.
"Son of Saul" caused a stir at the French film festival for depicting the process of exterminating Jews in Auschwitz.
We should be grateful to the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute for its initiative to conflate in print the pain of the Holocaust and the pain of the “Nakba.”
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
One can hardly expect the Polish government to accept its official forms in a foreign language.
There is good reason to refrain from bandying about the word “Holocaust” with abandon.
By RUTHIE BLUM
According to the law, common-law couples are people who share a household, live together as a family, and have an emotional and economic relationship.
By AVIAD IGRA
The British government turned its back on the Jews of Europe and failed to aid Jewish resistance groups in Europe as a result of political and economic expediency.
By DANIEL WAGNER
By MICHAEL FREUND
Although the New York State Office of the Attorney General does not confirm ongoing inquiries, it has in fact launched a probe into the management of the Claims Conference.
By ISI LEIBLER
While the hiding of one’s Jewish identity may be the main indicator of this reborn galut mentality, there are many others.
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD
There are 185,000 Holocaust survivors living in Israel. One in four lives in poverty.
By YAEL ECKSTEIN
With the miracle of the righteous and majestic State of Israel, a new form of Jewish defiance was born, one that sanctified God not through a willingness die but through an insistence to live.
By RABBI SHMULEY BOTEACH
While the Swiss banks have set down definitive dates in advance so as to enable their customers to organize their affairs appropriately, in Israel there is pure uncertainty.
By SHIRA SHINE
Despite rhetoric about protecting all ethnicities, religions, genders and transformed genders, where is the world’s humanist conscience when it comes to enabling Iran to drop over Tel Aviv?
By RON RUBIN