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 addressed criticism from the Oxfam aid organization over her role as a spokeswoman for SodaStream, which operates a factory in the West Bank.
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.
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.
French government-owned museums will return three paintings that they came to possess after the Nazis stole them from Jews during the Holocaust, France’s minister for culture said.
Large medical associations in Sweden and Denmark recommended banning non-medical circumcision of boys.19
The Obama administration named a special envoy to the Holocaust survivor community.
Offences against Jewish targets in Rome including a pig’s head sent to the city’s main synagogue caused outrage in Italy on Saturday in the run-up to International Holocaust Remembrance Day next week.7
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio reportedly praised Israel at a private gala event hosted by the pro-Israel group AIPAC in Manhattan.8
After coming under fire for her decision to represent SodaStream, Scarlett Johansson has jumped to the Israeli company’s defense.15
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