Fifteen Israeli Defense Computers Hacked by Email Virus

    Hackers broke into an Israeli defence ministry computer via an email attachment tainted with malicious software that looked like it had been sent by the country’s Shin Bet secret security service, an Israeli cyber security firm said on Sunday.

    Himmler poses for a photo with his wife and daughter. His letters to both appeared in an Israeli and German newspaper this weekend.

    Heinrich Himmler's Personal Letters Exposed for First Time

    Excerpts from the private letters and diaries of Heinrich Himmler, chief of the Nazi Gestapo and the SS, were published for the first time this weekend in Israeli paper Yediot Aharonot and the German paper Die Welt.

    Scarlett Johansson Stands by SodaStream, Response To Oxfam Criticism

    Scarlett Johansson addressed criticism from the Oxfam aid organization over her role as a spokeswoman for SodaStream, which operates a factory in the West Bank.

    Illegal African immigrants have staged large protests in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem in recent months asking the government for rights and asylum.

    Israel Grants Asylum to Two Eritreans Amid Mass Refugee Protests

    Israel has granted political asylum to two Eritreans, its Interior Ministry said on Sunday, amid protests by thousands of other African migrants who accuse the Jewish state of denying them consideration as refugees.

    Members of the Hungarian Jewish community march in commemoration of the Holocaust. The country, however, has recently moved away from honestly reporting its involvement in the Shoah.

    Holocaust Historian Returns Hungarian Honor Over 'Whitewashing' of Shoah

    The action is a protest against what he called the government’s falsification of Holocaust history and attempts to whitewash Hungary’s role in the Holocaust.