12.08.2016 | 8 Kislev, 5777
US to retry Palestinian convicted of Jerusalem bombing
Netanyahu accepts Paris invite to meet Abbas, if France drops conference
Liberman breaks Israel's secrecy over Syria policy
Liberman: Israeli strikes aimed at thwarting WMD transfers to Hezbollah
Israeli media love antisemitism
Police detain ex-MK for alleged bribery and fraud
Germany slams settlement bill that legalizes outposts
Maccabi Tel Aviv, Hapoel Beersheba both face continental moment of truth
Knesset approves settlement bill in first reading
Public Security Minister proposes blacklist of companies that support boycotting Israel
'Turn Israel into training hub for counterterrorism'
An avalanche of art
7th annual Hullegeb Festival celebrates Ethiopian culture
Classical review: Ashdod Andalusian Orchestra
A tasty look at coexistence in Haifa
Hapoel Jerusalem makes things trickier for itself with loss
Yellow-and-blue humbled in home clunker
Sinai says: Hapoel Tel Aviv debacle a harsh lesson for all of Israeli soccer
Are budgets for the health funds rising or falling?
Screening saves eight potential ‘bubble babies’
Chamber of Commerce head praises standards reform
AGT International and Cellcom partner to make Israel’s cities ‘smart’
Join the army – study shows it could lengthen your life
BGU dean says computerized medical systems vulnerable to hacking attacks
Tech Talk: Medical equipment giant Edwards acquires Valtech Cardio for $990m.
Officials from 10 West African countries arrive for unprecedented visit
Farmers block roads in protest of government policies
After long dry spell, rains pour over Israel
Hundreds of thousands of reasons to appreciate Christian support for fire victims
The demise of foresight in an instant
Media in military conflicts: The Syrian case
Will the Obama administration attempt an eleventh-hour peace push?
Rouhani says Iran won't let Trump rip up nuclear deal
Saudi court sentences 15 to death on charges of spying for Iran
Top Republican senator pushing to suspend aid to Palestinian Authority, Egypt
Australia to take over peacekeeping force in Sinai
Iran's supreme court upholds death sentence for billionaire tycoon
Netanyahu will work with Trump against 'bad deal' with Iran
ISIS retaliations attempt to slow Iraqi advance in Mosul
Report: Islamic State leaders called to choose successor to Baghdadi
Hezbollah vs ISIS vs Israel
Shin Bet nabs Arab-Israeli teen planning to join ISIS
Canadian Jewish Heritage Month on table at Senate
German Chancellor Merkel's party labels BDS antisemitic
UK Labour leader Corbyn visits former death camp for Czech Jews
Why Elie Wiesel never moved to Israel
Israeli biotech firm successfully reverses human bone loss in early trial
JNF-USA water expedition exposes global professionals to Israeli expertise, innovation
Israeli experts heading to Japan to provide much needed cybersecurity
A reckoning for Ellison on Zionism – and a test for its lobbyists
As Trump heads to Oval Office, Israel-US panel says 'the only thing certain is uncertainty'
Unsettled Gulf Arab states seek to coordinate in wake of Trump election
Mississippi Gov. to ‘JPost’: Trump will be great for Israel
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
Diplomacy: Donald Trump, have we got an Israel policy for you!
Mazel tov: Mila Kunis and husband Ashton Kutcher welcome baby boy Dimitri
The Travel Adviser: Drawing a line in the sand at El Al
Into the dark world of espionage
Grapevine: Between investigative reporting and a vendetta
Podcast: Does Trump love Jews or embolden antisemitic voices?
Why Starbucks failed in Israel (and only in Israel)
Taxicab Diplomacy: Trump vs. Clinton
PODCAST: After Turkey, Africa and Egypt, is Saudi Arabia Israel’s next ally?
Petitioners suggest Trump name US-Lebanese ex-porn star as Saudi envoy
Why ‘Daily Show’ host Trevor Noah had a bar mitzvah
Was CNN right to apologize over caption on 'alt-right' antisemitism?
How Trump's top aide Stephen Bannon made money from 'Seinfeld'
Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
Judge Trump on his results
Trump’s challenge to American Jews
Middle of nowhere
Waiting for the new US administration
Top of the hill
Cooking: Back to Tangier
Pascale's Kitchen: Yeast Cakes
Rising to the challenge
This week in Jerusalem
From the ashes
Open for all, open for Shabbat
Israel’s food waste and how to prevent it
Nature fests and acid trips
Art therapist Mindy Edelman: Cut out for vision boards
The gift that keeps on giving
שְלוֹשָה אַחִים וּמְעָרָה
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French peasant widow saved life of a Jewish child against all odds
The Dutch electronics company exec who helped save more than 300 Jews in WWII
T.E. Lawrence wanted to see Jewish colonies – 'bright spots in a desert' – in the Holy Land
Hungary’s Minister of Agriculture tours the Negev
Christmas Trees from KKL-JNF Forests, 2016
Help Make Israel's Forests Green Again
Danny Atar: “For each tree that was burned, we’ll plant two new ones”
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
French peasant widow Louise Roger never ‘contemplated the danger’ in saving a nine-year-old Jewish child during WWII.
By BENJAMIN GLATT
The fate of Raoul Wallenberg remains a mystery.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
The British had a plan to stink the Nazis out of Europe.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The photo was taken on August 14, 1945 after the news of Japan’s surrender and the end of World War II was broadcast.
In 1942 Josef Gabcik and Jan Kubis ambushed a Nazi and were killed in a reprisal but buried in unmarked graves.
Yad Vashem’s Zeltser: To be a Soviet and a Jew was their natural state, they didn’t question it.
By MARION FISCHEL
Declassification of "cabinet of shame" documents hailed as "historic breakthrough" by Italian Jewish community.
Balint Homan was a proponent of anti-Jewish laws and a Nazi supporter to the end of the war. After it he was jailed and died in prison in 1951.
Captured by the Germans during the battle of the bulge, Master Sergeant Roddie Edmonds instructed all of the soldiers in the camp to show up alongside their Jewish comrades.
By SAM SOKOL
70 years after the trials of major Nazi war criminals, a German-to-English translator recounts harrowing interviews with some of history's most evil men.
By GEORGE A. SAKHEIM
"Regrettably, we failed to recognize that the artwork we chose to accompany the story contained an offensive symbol," WGN general manager says in apology.
Train carrying gems, guns rumored missing in 1945; Law firm representing Pole, German says they found it.
The coins, which are in "excellent condition" and have not yet been claimed, were worth between 190 and 210 euros each.
The day is commemorated every year on the 26th of Iyar which in 1948 fell on May 9- Victory Day.
The site was compromised on the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.
More than 200,000 people were held in the Dachau concentration camp when US troops liberated it on April 29, 1945.
"Dachau is a lesson in the evolution of darkness, how unchecked intolerance and hatred spiral out of control."
One person was told that by a bookstore clerk that the book would be unavailable until after Victory Day on May 9, celebrating the Soviet victory of Germany in World War II.
"We can make a difference. I say let it start with me," says pastor Stan Kamps, the leader of an English-language church near Amsterdam.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
56,000 perished, 11,000 of them Jewish at Buchenwald, which was equipped with crematoria and gas chambers.
New research from the Anne Frank House shows that the teenage diarist may have died a month earlier than previously thought.
“Flying a flag here in Vilnius carries a special significance. This is a country which is a cornerstone in Jewish heritage, where some of the great Jewish thinkers came from”
The Drum belonged to a former Hitler Youth and was found by volunteers with the From the Depths organization.
Czech president expected to unveil roadmap for combating racism.
Memorial held for World War II era dictator Ante Pavelić, whose fascist regime was allied with Nazi Germany.
Le musée des réfugiés juifs de Shanghai a reconstitué leur histoire alors qu'ils résidaient dans la partie pauvre de la ville
By MARK ANDREWS
Discours prononcé le 27 janvier 2015 à Yad Vashem lors de la cérémonie organisée par les Fils et Filles de déportés
By ROBERT SPIRA
A Jewish-American POW’s memories of World War II Germany.
By JOSH DELL
Member of Veteran's Association UK Tony Hayes said that remaining World War Two veterans "will be appalled by this."
Pomsel insisted to The Guardian that her role in the Nazi propaganda department was "just another job" and that she had no interest in "clearing [her] conscience."
Georg Elser crafted a nearly-perfect plan which, had it not been for chance and timing, could have brought about Hitler's demise.
British and US bombers killed up to 25,000 when they raided Dresden between Feb. 13 and 15 1945 in a bid to crush German morale in the final months of World War Two.
Paul Bogdanor digs deep into the contentious legacy of Rudolf Kasztner, and his attempts to save Jews from the Holocaust.
By COLIN SHINDLER
“The youth of the uprising wanted to make sure that when people thought of the Holocaust, they knew the Jewish people resisted when they had the chance.”
By SOPHIE ASHKINAZE-COLLENDER
By JOSH LOGUE
"It's very important that people remember this day...even 10 years from now when not all these veterans will be with us," says grandchild of vet.
An exhibition of the work of Jewish artist Charlotte Salomon, sent to her death in Auschwitz, brings to light the role played by locals in deporting the region’s Jews in WWII.
By MICHAL LEVERTOV
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery twice played a central role in protecting the Jewish community in Palestine in the pre-state years.
By MARTIN SIEFF
‘Labyrinth of Lies’ reveals how Germans did all they could to conceal the Nazi atrocities after World War II.
By BERNARD DICHEK
Bettina Stangneth’s research has corrected Hannah Arendt’s erroneous and harmful assessments of the nature of Nazi criminality.
By EFRAIM ZUROFF
Martin Amis’s ‘The Zone of Interest’ is a genuine addition to the literature of the Holocaust.
By MATT NESVISKY
A glimpse into the lives of Jewish athletes before World War II.
By DANA PORATH
The Museum of Modern Art in Tianjin serve as a step toward commemorating the Jewish men and women – war refugees and children born there – who once passed through Tianjin.
By MIRIAM KRESH
Deep in Shanghai, the White Horse Inn is a testament to a refugee Jewish community that found sanctuary in China during World War II.
Norman Feingold, 90 From Manchester to Netanya, 2008.
By GLORIA DEUTSCH
As the US ushers in the Fourth of July holiday, the ‘Magazine’ sits down with Dan Nadel and Max Epstein – American Jews who served in World War II.
By DAVID GEFFEN
The third volume in a series US representative James McDonald’s diaries and papers covers his work for the Jewish people from the end of World War II to the 1947 UN decision to partition Palestine.
By ALEXANDER ZVIELLI
Betty Bausch is open and energetic about telling her story of survival from the Holocaust – but how are the rest of survivors faring?
By ARIEL COHEN
The latest addition to the canon of stories of Kindertransport children, ‘Memories That Won’t Go Away’ includes illustrations and artwork by a Holocaust survivor.
By BARRY DAVIS
Haneke and Fiet had to fake being sisters to escape the horrors of the Holocaust – but it wasn’t expected they’d be life long friends.
Reflections on the person behind the hero, and his fate – as told by his niece, Louise von Dardel.
By LOUISE VON DARDEL
In a three-part series, the historical and notable attractions of the cities of Weimar, Dresden and Leipzig will be explored
By IRVING SPITZ
On the 76th anniversary of Kristallnacht, a tale of survival through German-Holocaust survivor Bert Lewyn.
The slip of paper found in Hitler's underground bunker sells at auction for $55,000.
It is Holocaust Remembrance Day which seems out of place, and wreaks havoc upon our emotional equilibrium.
By SHLOMO RISKIN
Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau explains why he participates every year in the March of the Living and what it means to remember and not forget.
By DAVID STROMBERG
When we look around the world today we see that our work is not yet done, says Dr. Shmuel Rosenman.
Greetings from Efi Stenzler, Chairman of KKL-JNF.
By EFI STENZLER
Greetings from President Reuven Rivlin.
By PRESIDENT REUVEN RIVLIN
Survivors, especially those arriving in Israel, often found themselves in awkward and psychologically difficult situations.
By RENÉE LEVINE MELAMMED
The Allies could not have saved every Jew from the Holocaust. The Clinton administration could not have rescued every Tutsi. But just because you can’t save everybody doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t.
By RAFAEL MEDOFF
75 years ago, a 12-year-old boy joined the resistance against the Nazis in Poland. His memoir ‘The Color of Courage’ reminds us what it means to stand against evil.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
In 1933, James G. McDonald, a foreign policy scholar, was named League of Nations High Commissioner for Refugees from Germany.
If anyone needed a reminder about how critical it is these days to expedite the pending cases of Nazi war criminals, we received two such urgent messages late last month.
By EFFRAIM ZUROFF
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
Ukraine: 70 years after the Second World War
By HENNADII NADOLENKO
The incredible story of the man who survived Auschwitz and Buchenwald and reinvented himself as master tailor to the most important people in the world.
By MORDECHAI HAIMOVITCH
It was in those forests, and in those moments of pain and hunger, and when those men and women were digging for their lives, that it became evident that it was either Israel, or nothing.
By MILAD DOROUDIAN