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Hostage-taking and forced migration were just two methods used by Russian forces in Ukraine and Poland a century ago
Long before the State of Israel, the two men worked together at a Jewish bank and Jewish self-defense organization in Brest-Litovsk
How Jewish was the international tongue that never quite made it…?
Years after Zalman Pollack was a star of the Jewish world, his life’s work was rediscovered…
The story behind the professions of Moroccan Jews, including a look at some unique photographs documenting Jewish artisans in Morocco in 1953
He starred in the first Hollywood feature filmed in Israel, but the legendary actor’s connection to the Jewish state and people certainly didn’t start or stop there…
Visitors of all ages can now virtually explore 3D Jewish heritage sites – from the extravagant to the mundane…
“Mr. Shushani” reportedly knew the entire Hebrew Bible, Talmud and countless other texts by heart. His Nobel-laureate student never knew his real name.
After decades in ruins, Nikos Stavroulakis set out to revitalize Jewish life on the Greek island of Crete
A leading theory ties the identity of the insect from Franz Kafka’s classic “The Metamorphosis” to the author’s Hebrew teacher
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