Frank-Walter Steinmeier delivered a sobering message about the current resurgence of anti-Semitism in Germany during an event in Jerusalem commemorating the liberation of Auschwitz.
The American vice president demanded that the world 'confront and expose' anti-Semitism, singling out the Iranian regime, which 'denies the Holocaust as a matter of state policy.'
Putin claimed that 40 percent of Jewish Holocaust victims were Soviet citizens, which is contested by historians.
The French president was slammed for visiting Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas, who wrote a book denying historical facts about the Nazi perpetrated genocide.
BBC reporter Orla Guerin, long accused of anti-Israel bias, was slammed over her Holocaust commemoration report.
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'Over the course of the century and a half or two centuries that separate the two corpora, we observe the development…to a broad proliferation of literacy,' they conclude.
A senior Israeli official says the U.S. seemed concerned that an Israeli announcement now could give the impression that Netanyahu was 'preempting' the Trump peace plan.
Symbols representing the Jewish State and Leningrad are etched on the 8.5-meter high stele.
Parents have been forced to teach their children not to be lured by the sight of what appears to be a delivery of balloons or sometimes kites flying above.
The email also prompted recipients to watch speeches by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, who has in the past accused 'Satanic Jews' of controlling the world.
French president to confer over war crimes case Palestinians have brought against Israel in the Hague.
There is now a palpable longing in most Arab states for the Jews to return.
The number 18 stands for the first and eighth letters of the alphabet, AH, which are the initials of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.
Although it is a mandatory subject in school, 69 percent of the younger generations do not know six million Jews were murdered during World War II.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced on Thursday that his delegation would give up their seats to Holocaust survivors.
The Russian president's remarks were taken as a signal that the chances for Naama Issachar's release were good.
Nasrallah, in his most recent broadcast, delivered on January 5, issued a call to attack U.S. soldiers.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised to extend sovereignty over all Israeli settlements. Opposition leader Benny Gantz of the Blue and White party also promised to extend sovereignty. Now Netanyahu wants Gantz to support a bill to that effect, ILTV reports.
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Comedian Jeff Garlin, stars in the hit ABC series The Goldbergs, wants to perform in Israel.
Attorney Simcha Rothman, legal adviser of Israeli NGO Meshilut, says he doesn't think the Knesset will have time before the March election to make a determination on whether to grant Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu immunity from prosecution.
The slain commander, Abdolhossein Mojaddami, was gunned down in front of his home in Iran's Khuzestan province. By Associated Press Masked gunme...
French President Emmanuel Macron screamed at Israeli police in Jerusalem's Old City on Wednesday, telling them to "go out" of a Catholic church that is considered French territory.
Putin will meet with Naama's mother in the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem.
Russia expects Netanyahu to praise its contribution to defeating Hitler at Thursday's Fifth World Holocaust Forum.
The op-ed also criticized the international community for recognizing the "Jew[ish] Holocaust" and ignoring the "Palestinian Holocaust."
'You can't pretend to love the Jewish people and hate the Jewish state,' said Elan Carr, the Trump administration's Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating anti-Semitism.
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Nobel Laureate Robert Aumann: If Israeli annexation of Judea, Samaria means no Palestinian state, so be it
Prof. Robert Aumann says since a 'state' can refuse demilitarization, he retracts his previous support for the “two-state solution.”
Meir is among the many young students in the country who study archaeology thanks to the support given by the Israel Antiquities Authority.
Netanyahu welcomed the French president to Jerusalem and asked him to join in pressuring Iran.
The region is viewed as relatively uncontroversial in Israeli public opinion and, it is hoped, among Trump administration officials.
'It is a possibility that in 30 years there will be no Jews in Europe,' Moshe Kantor told Israel's Army Radio.
Muslims from eastern Jerusalem filmed themselves spitting on and cursing Jewish passersby. Arutz7 reports that one of the perpetrators was 'identified and reported to police.'
As recently as 2018, lawmakers warned that Iran poses 'a direct threat to the homeland.'
A company’s self-interest, the danger of mines, and official disinterest seemingly combined to keep a beautiful natural phenomenon from the public.
The officers captured the assailant during a traffic stop in Harlem, shortly after police say he fled the scene of the attack.
Serbia chose a unique way to honor Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke out against the International Criminal Court's decision to investigate Israel for war crimes. He also warned that 'attempts to destroy the Jewish people have not disappeared,' in an interview with Christian Network TBN.
Only years later did Gluck discover that his birth mother had actually perished along with more than a million other Jews in Auschwitz.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is praising the leaders of Colombia, Honduras, and Guatemala for blacklisting Hezbollah, ILTV reports.
IDF troops killed three Palestinians who breached the Gaza border and threw an explosive device.
Three South American countries banned the Iranian-backed terror proxy this week.
Netanyahu renewed his pledge to extend "Israeli sovereignty over the Jordan Valley and northern Dead Sea."
Gantz said the move would be undertaken in 'coordination with the international community.'
The Iranian lawmaker also advocated for Iran to acquire nuclear weapons.
The Allies’ refusal to devote sufficient resources to rescue and halt the Nazi murder factory is one more reason why a sovereign State of Israel is necessary.
Among the weapons seized were 13 pistols, 25 Carlo rifles, two M-16 assault rifles and ammunition.
Austrian official says his country is committed to standing up against BDS and other movements that single out the Jewish state,calling it 'nothing more and nothing less than outright anti-Semitism.'
The IDF has warned the public not to rush to see it as the area is partially mined.
Prof. Cathy Berx, Governor of Antwerp province, spoke about the issue of anti-Semitism in Belgium with ILTV.
'First I moved his foot from the gas pedal - I don’t know bulldozers or how to turn them off,' Plesser recalled.
Party leader Ben-Gvir says he was offered many important positions if he would not run but turned them all down.
The Palestinian Authority ignores documented history and artifacts proving a Jewish presence in Jerusalem since ancient times and instead promotes the...
Duda showed his displeasure with Israel's foreign minister over remarks made in February.
Pro-BDS political activist Angela Davis also has faced accusations of anti-Semitism for her support of the Soviet Union's suppression of Jewish dissidents.
It’s clear that all this Holocaust memorializing and education hasn’t put anti-Semitism back in its putrid box.
Dershowitz said neither Trump nor Netanyahu have committed any crimes.
World leaders began arriving in Israel to mark the 75th Anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. One of them has decided to take a side trip.