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Photos received by Haaretz reveal damage to old cemetery in Eritrean capital of Asmara, once home to a small Jewish community
Why is France’s birthrate the second highest in Europe, can a man be a midwife, and what does any of this have to do with Barbara Tuchman?
Experts say it’s no surprise civil rights leader reached out to the Jewish philosopher on South Africa, given that King quoted Buber’s ‘I and Thou’ principle in a famed prison letter
A 19th century Pope forcibly abducted a Jewish boy from his family, causing international outrage. Now, a traditionalist minority eagerly justifies the Church's actions, as part of their war on today's 'heretical' Pope - and decades of improved Jewish-Catholic relations
The 54-year-old former soldier told ITV that he would not resign as party chief
Netanyahu calls India - Israel relations a 'marriage made in heaven'. For the arms trade and public relations, it certainly is. But as Modi won't betray the Palestinians or renounce the Iranians, it resembles more an open marriage - and that might be far less sustainable
Hindu nationalists incessantly tweet their support and admiration for Israel, an online force that helped push Prime Minister Narendra Modi to a landslide victory in 2014
Chiune Suhigara was serving as Japanese consul in Kaunas, then capital of Lithuania, when he disobeyed his superiors and issued Japanese visas to Jews fleeing Nazi-occupied Poland
The foundational texts of violent racism, from Mein Kampf to the Turner Diaries, can justly be accused of having blood on their pages. But if our current political climate teaches us anything, it's that censoring intolerable views is no substitute to challenging them
As Netanyahu arrives to seal the cracks in the two countries' burgeoning relations, here's a closer look at the vibrant Jewish communities both in India and around the world
The court found insufficient evidence linking Lebanese-Canadian professor Hassan Diab to the terrorist attack, which killed four
Prime minister's visit to India marks the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries
Representatives of the organization in the region cautioned Israel against trampling children's rights, calling on it to act responsibly with Palestinian minors as 'the occupying power'
The Foundation for the Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland says most of the cemeteries are in an advanced state of neglect
Arkady Wajspapir, a Red Army veteran and Sobibor extermination camp survivor, played a key role in the operation that enabled some 300 inmates to escape, though not all survived
A draft document contains a pledge not to export arms to countries involved in the war in Yemen - a pledge seemingly targeted at Saudi Arabia
Nude photos of Emma Holten were stolen and posted online when she was 20. Years before the #metoo campaign, she fought back by posting new nudes of herself. What was she trying to prove?
Demolition underscores the long-standing tensions between religious groups and the officially atheistic Communist Party
Josef Schuster, head of the Central Council of Jews expressed support for a proposal by Sawsan Chebli, a Palestinian-German state senator
On eve of U.S. deadline to reimpose oil sanctions on Iran lifted under the deal, European powers urge Trump to think otherwise