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Activists restore memorial of IDF soldier following murderer's release

An event was held in honor of Moshe Tamam, which included his mother Galia and brother Oren, members of Im Tirtzu, IDF soldiers and residents from nearby towns.

New symbolic synagogue at Babyn Yar massacre site unveiled on Yom HaShoah

The synagogue was opened at a ceremony that included special prayers led by Ukraine & Kyiv Chief Rabbi Yaakov Dov Bleich.

This Week in Jerusalem: Green light

Vandalism, language, and memorials.


Make Remembrance Day meaningful by visiting these memorial locations

Although Israel is a pretty young and geographically small country, it is home to countless sites and monuments created in memory of Israelis who lost their lives in service to the state.


Holocaust Remembrance Day: Remember, appreciate Israel - editorial

It is difficult to appreciate the wonder and miracle of the Jewish state unless you step back and remember what things looked like without it.

New Holocaust memorial shaped like Star of David opens in Poland

The memorial was made possible following contributions from the United Gorlice Society and Polish Foreign Ministry.

Remembering Moshko, builder of Israel - opinion

Moshe ‘Moshko’ Moskowitz lived to see many of his far-reaching plans fulfilled

Holocaust memorial in Yerevan, Armenia vandalized

“The desecration of any memorial is extremely unacceptable, moreover the kind of memorials which are related to the minorities living in the city," said the mayor of the city.

Ukrainian president approves Babyn Yar memorial concept

Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center to include several museums and commemoration sites over 150 hectare complex

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