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Study finds major gaps in Holocaust knowledge among Americans

A study released on Thursday found critical gaps in knowledge of basic facts about the Holocaust among the US public, especially among young adults....

Rare bronze coins dated to Jewish revolt against Rome discovered in Jerusalem

Dr. Eliat Mazar of Israel’s Hebrew University has made a timely discovery ahead of the Jewish holiday of freedom - rare bronze coins dating...

1000-year-old Haggadah now made digitally available

A damaged Passover Haggadah from about 1,000 years ago has been digitally scanned and is being presented as part of the Scribes of the...

Scientific world shaken by discovery of human fossil from 170,000 years ago in Israel

An international team of researchers led by an Israeli professor from Tel Aviv University has found what has been confirmed as the earliest fossil...

Israeli researchers decipher one of the last unpublished Dead Sea Scrolls

After over a year of piecing together dozens of tiny and ancient fragments, two Haifa University researchers have successfully reconstructed and deciphered one of...

Revealed: Israel’s defense minister wanted to counterattack Saddam in 1991

In a rare tape that was released Thursday by the IDF Archives, Dan Shomron, who was the IDF chief of staff during the 1991...

Relatives of Israel’s declaration of independence signatories reenact ceremony

35 descendants of Israeli politicians, journalists and religious leaders who signed the 1948 declaration of Israel's independence gathered on Sunday to reenact the historic...

West Bank: Ancient sites destroyed ‘as ISIS did in Syria and Iran’

According to an Israel News Company report, ancient archaeological sites in the West Bank are filled with holes and trash - a phenomenon at...

Shimon Peres’ request to become Mandatory Palestine citizen revealed

MyHeritage revealed on Thursday a database that includes the citizenship requests filed by 67,000 people during the British mandate period in the land of...

Last Raphael paintings discovered in Vatican Palace

Recently, restoration work in the Vatican Museums led to the incredible discovery of two oil paintings by the famous Renaissance master Raphael Sanzio. The...