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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...

Turkey: 4 arrested for trying to sell 700-year-old Torah scroll

An ancient Torah scroll was discovered in Turkey after four people tried to sell it on the black market to undercover police officers for...

Israel Museum asked to return $10 million Haggadah to family

The Marom family claims that an ancient Haggadah, which has been displayed in Jerusalem's Israel Museum for decades, belongs to them. ...

Jerusalem: Archaeologists call 1,700-year-old ancient Roman structure ‘sensation’

During archaeological digs in the Western Wall tunnels, researchers almost by chance discovered an ancient Roman theater that had been buried underneath eight meters...

US to return rare 16th century Mexican-Jewish book that disappeared from Mexico

Luis Carvajal was a 16th century governor in a Spanish province within present-day Mexico. The Spanish Inquisition’s extension into New Spain discovered that he...

Israel’s ancient historic treasures from the Jewish peoples’ glorious past

From Jerusalem to Tzipori, Israel is full of ancient treasures that are scattered across the country. They highlight the eternal connection between the...

Proclamation of French Jewry to convene Napoleon Bonaparte’s “Grand Sanhedrin” reappears

Jerusalem’s Kedem Auction House will be hosting a special auction on February 7 featuring the proclamation of French Jewry to convene Napoleon Bonaparte’s “Grand...

Pro-Israel Muslim college girl: “Why I love Jerusalem”

Nadiya Al Noor, a pro-Israel Muslim college student proudly wearing hijab, recently uploaded a video to Facebook explaining why as a Muslim she loves...