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New book goes beyond Turkey’s mass murder of Armenians to address its treatment of Greeks and Assyrians
Tzvi Fishman is simultaneously a jokester and a deadly serious, prolific author with profound ideological commitments.
A reunion of the extended Slutzkin family on Dec. 31 at the ANZAC Memorial Center in Beersheba brings the story of Jews in Ottoman and British Mandate Palestine to life in a very personal way.
The background to Turkey’s current dilemmas with Damascus can be traced back to the ruins of the Ottoman Empire
By BRUCE MADDY-WEITZMAN
Rabbis living in the Ottoman Empire seemed to be extremely concerned about the moral fiber of their communities.
By RENÉE LEVINE MELAMMED
A mosaic of rich Ottoman and British history tells Beersheba’s story
By YOCHEVED MIRIAM RUSSO
An official government decision to adopt the Levy Report will require a significant struggle to change the rules of the game.
By TZIPI HOTOVELY
Etty Lev’s exhibition of paintings ‘Unexpected Encounters’ records her early memories and acts as a sort of family album.
By CARL HOFFMAN
MK Eldad: Turkey can’t extort Israel not to recognize massacre since we have no relationship.
By JEREMY SHARON
JPost special feature: A Library of Congress collection of photographs documenting Israel before 1948.
BY LENNY BEN-DAVID
JPost special feature: A Library of Congress collection of photographs that document Israel prior to 1948.
JPost special feature: A Library of Congress collection of photographs that document Israel before the creation of the state.
Is Israel prepared to face the geo-political changes taking place in the world?
By YORAM BECK
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