Giant Berlin Mall Opens on Iconic Jewish Store Site

A gigantic German department store, rebuilt in the heart of Berlin on the rubble of a shopping centre seized by the Nazis, was opened on Thursday with a ceremony paying tribute to its original Jewish owners.

Foreign Workers Now Teach Jews How To Farm — on the Kibbutz

Say goodbye to the historic image of Zionists getting down in the dirt to cultivate the land. Nowadays, the vast majority of kibbutz farmworkers are foreigners.


Why Is Government Seeking To Kill United Against Nuclear Iran Lawsuit?

The U.S. government is seeking to kill a lawsuit against an Iran watchdog group that obtained secret classified documents. Why are the feds protecting the group — not prosecuting it?


Anti-Semitism Drives 28% Jump in Aliyah

Aliyah to Israel jumped 28 percent in the past Jewish year, according to the Jewish Agency for Israel, for a total of 24,800 — the highest figure in five years.

Hasidic Pilgrims Fined $15K for Ukraine Tent City

The Jewish community of Uman paid the city approximately $15,000 in fines for erecting an unlicensed tent city for holiday pilgrims.

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