Who is the author of Don Quixote, which Spanish chemist won the Noble Prize, what is Spain’s tallest mountain, and who is Penelope Cruz? These are but a few of the questions posed to Israelis trying to attain a Spanish passport as part of a new law that grants descendants of Jews forced out the during the Spanish Inquisition the right to take up dual citizenship.
Yitzhak Navon, who served as Israel’s fifth president between 1978-1983, died on Saturday. He was 94.
A work on sex translated into Yiddish is now available at the National Library in Jerusalem. Feminists, you may not like it at first glance.
The estate of Oskar Schindler’s shunned widow is fighting Yad Vashem for a suitcase filled with documents. The trove includes his famed list of Jews to be saved from the Nazis.
German women were at the heart of the Nazi ideology. After all, she was seen as the gatekeeper to keeping the Aryan race pure, as a shocking new exhibit details.
Major European Jewish organizations have started to fight the ban on kosher slaughter in Poland, after the country’s parliament decided last week to leave intact the prohibition on killing animals for meat without first stunning them, which affects both Jewish and Muslim religious slaughter.
John F. Kennedy admired Hitler as a young man and felt fascism was right for Germany, according to a new book in German that mines the future president’s diaries.
He was a brilliant composer, a confirmed anti-Semite and an undeniably significant influence on the history of music. And today, he would have been 200 years old.
Hundreds of people, including many journalists and foreign tourists, waited in long lines and filled the square outside the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, which opened Sautrday for the first time.
More than 4,000 pages of journal entries and other material written by Dr. Josef Mengele are to go under the hammer Thursday at an American auction house.