In an initiative funded by the Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe, some 35,000 books will be catalogued over the next three years
The President doesn’t care what many people think. He only cares what his people think.
There was nothing in the Jewish world quite like Gary Wexler’s ads. Now they’re in the National Library of Israel.
“To prevent Jews from moving about the city at night, gates were erected at the two bridges leading out of the Ghetto nuovo.”
Today’s rise in anti-Semitism feels medieval. But it also has to do with an American story of retaliating against minorities during emergencies.
Ladino is one of the most important diasporic languages in Jewish history.
President Trump’s choice of language has something in common with “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.”
Translators and lexicographers are working overtime as new virus-related terms enter our daily vocabulary.
The idea that outsiders or foreigners are both dangerous — and dangerous to health — is straight out of the Nazi playbook.
Ronit Matalon’s novella is very short, very fast — and very Israeli.