Israeli and Palestinian diplomats return to the negotiating table but no new common ground has been reached and Naftali Bennett threatens to leave Netanyahu’s coalition if more Palestinian prisoners are released.Read More
The first half of Yankl Pearlman‘s memoir „The Boy from Krochmalna Street: A Chronical of a Life‟ was published in French translation in Paris and the music group „Sirba Octet‟ presents a new program.Read More
The work of the ghetto poet, Wladyslaw Szlengel, has become an esteemed part of Holocaust literature in Polish; renovations underway for the Praga (Brodno) Jewish cemetery.Read More
Foreign Minister Hector Timerman will visit Israel; young people bike to the beach to learn about Passover; program trains future Jewish day schools teachers.Read More
A leak reveals allegations of sexual abuse at Yeshiva College, Lodz Jews in Melbourne build a new monument for Holocaust victims, an Australian Jewish group demands Jonathan Pollard’s release, Pat Farmer will run across the Middle East to promote peace and a study about Crohn’s disease wins an award.Read More
The Jewish-Museum is exhibiting comics by the French-Jewish artist Marcel Gotlieb and the philosopher Alain Finkielkraut has been elected to the French Academy.Read More
After a week of back-and-forths it appears that Israeli and Palestinian leaders are closer to reaching a deal and former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert awaits his sentencing.Read More
A lecture is held on the portrayal of Sephardim and Ashkenazim in the Ladino and Hebrew press and the Jewish community remembers the Jewish victims of the Argentinean military junta.Read More
Russian Jews can again make Aliyah now that the Israeli Foreign Ministry is not on strike, the Russian government sends Rabbis to Crimea after annexing the territory, a series of lectures are held at the new Jewish Museum in Moscow and the Jewish theater Shalom presents a play at a theater-festival.Read More
A 101-year-old woman who saved Jews in Warsaw is honored, an Italian tourist is arrested for stealing barbed-wire from Auschwitz and 80 Israeli students staying in a hotel in Lublin had to flee a fire.Read More
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