Messages including "Zionists = Nazis," "Zionists are responsible for the Holocaust" and "Cursed Zionists, your end is near" were graffitied at the Chamber of the Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem.
The featured items include fragments from a 1,000 year-old Yemenite Torah scroll, as well as one of the world's smallest legible Torah scrolls, measuring just 6 centimeters in height.
In a unanimous ruling Thursday, the justices found that the dispute could be debated in court in California.
The eight fingernail-sized steel dies, each lined with pins to form numerals, were offered last year by a Jerusalem auctioneer for $30,000 to $40,000.
This isn't the first time that Danielle Elizabeth Auctions in Queensland, Australia has come under fire for Nazi memoabilia sales.
The Torah had not been seen since Kristallnacht, the pogrom against synagogues and Jewish property in German-speaking lands on Nov. 9 and 10, 1938.
Of the 15,000 children who were imprisoned in Theresienstadt during the Holocaust, fewer than 200 survived. But when the camp was liberated in 1945, the tree was still standing.
Susi Kasper Leiter and her grandson Jacob Leiter got an unexpected message from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum saying a piece of their family past had been rediscovered.
The film is produced by renowned Ukrainian director Sergei Loznitsa, with the support of the Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center.
The bible belonging to Eduard and Ernestine Leiter was found hidden in their old house in Germany 30 years ago.