In Israel, the most famous name charged with espionage for leaking classified information was nuclear technician Mordechai Vanunu, who spent 18 years in prison for providing a British newspaper with information and photos of the Israeli nuclear reactor in Dimona.
It is easy to walk past the stretch of orange construction fencing outside Barzilai Medical Center in the coastal city of Ashkelon without batting an eyelid. But the site marks the epicenter of a saga of politics, war and religion that could destabilize the Israeli government.
When Yuri Foreman meets Miguel Cotto at Yankee Stadium this June, boxers representing two of New York’s largest ethnic groups will face off in a fight sure to excite Jewish and Puerto Rican fans.
Sexy people speak their own language — and it’s Hebrew, according to America’s top movie.
An utterly perplexing piece of Nazi propaganda is unearthed in Israeli director Yael Hersonski’s documentary, “A Film Unfinished.” The movie tells the story of a 62-minute propaganda film, created by the Nazis, of the Warsaw Ghetto only months before it was evacuated in 1942.
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