Tag: Jerusalem

Holocaust Museum removes photo of Hitler with Mufti of Jerusalem

When Yad Vashem exhibits were redone, a telling photo of Adolf Hitler with Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al Husseini was not returned to the prominent position it had had before. Writes Shalom Pollack I...

Why Do Jewish Organizations Continue to Honor Kissinger?

I first took notice of the fact that Henry Kissinger is frequently invited to speak before Jewish organizations in 2019. The Jewish Leadership Conference, a politically conservative entity connected to the Tikvah Fund, held...

The forsaken promise from Hatikvah

The Forsaken Promise from Hatikvah Films on Vimeo.

The battle for the US consulate in Jerusalem

The pessimistic scenario that Israeli diplomats have been describing with regard to the opening of an American consulate for the Palestinians in Jerusalem could materialize in the coming weeks after the Knesset approves the...

My special connection to Mama Rachel

It all started from the time I was a little girl riding the bus back and forth from my hometown Efrat to Jerusalem and back. The days were pre Oslo Accords and the only...

Palestinian Terrorist Groups

The mainstream narrative organizations (formerly known as “news outlets”) refuse to label Palestinian terrorist groups as such, preferring softer marketing terms like “extremist” and “militant.” To be clear, the United States and many governments...

Bn & Jerry’s international out…

Bn & Jerry's international out…

The Recent Discovery of Heinrich Himmler’s Telegram of November 2, 1943, the Anniversary of...

On March 29, 2017, the blog of the National Library of Israel announced the discovery of SS Commander Heinrich Himmler’s telegram to Amin al-Husseini, the Mufti of Jerusalem.1 Although the telegram was not dated, there...

Recently developed visitors’ route reveals one of the most magnificent public buildings discovered from...

The Western Wall Heritage Foundation and the Israel Antiquities Authority are enabling the public to view impressive new sections of one of one of the most magnificent public buildings uncovered from the Second Temple...

Missing links

Great excitement has broken out following the discovery in Israel of prehistoric bones identified as Homo Nesher Ramla, a hitherto unknown species of human.Following some research, thanks to Google, I put together a list...