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“I am neither a mathematician nor a physicist, but I have, nevertheless, discovered a fantastic philosophical method that I will soon be publishing under the title ‘The Logic of the World.’”
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What (or who) do Mr. Halperin, Rabbi Sassover, and Dr. Konigshoffer have in common? How the head of the Irgun evaded capture by the British Police, time and again
The story of how Marilyn Monroe stole the show at a celebratory match featuring Israeli and American soccer stars
A brilliant scientist as well as a prophet of doom counting down to the End of Days. A gifted physicist and a messianic mystic. Isaac Newton was a man of many contradictions.
“I had already recognized their stupidity thirty years ago” – Secret police files reveal how the Russian leader’s ancestor betrayed his brethren.
In a speech given two years before his death last Friday, Israeli writer Amos Oz spoke of what was holy to him
Mermaids, sea monsters and all sorts of fantastic creatures were a common feature of ancient maps
Take a glimpse at the coded letters that expose a complex operation to smuggle Jewish women who were in danger out of Italy.
In 1867, Mark Twain made a visit to the Land of Israel. What did Twain think of the Holy Land? Join us as we trace his journey.
In 1930s Europe, as evil parties were gaining traction in Bulgaria, the Jews managed – in one famous case – a victory of justice over hatred.
Yehiel De-Nur felt that “Yehiel Feiner” was destroyed in the Holocaust, and so he wished to destroy the book he published before the Holocaust
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