Eva Lavi, the youngest survivor who was saved by Oskar Schindler and his list, continues to speak about her experiences as a child during the Holocaust and educate the next generation on the importance of remembering her story.
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A 1,800-year-old mosaic from the Byzantine period was just discovered near Tel Aviv by archaeologists while excavating a building, which is believed to have been a large public space used for assemblies and markets in ancient times. The mosaic depicts three upper class figures say researchers.
A Holland-based museum uses virtual reality so visitors can visualize what the Nazi transit camp Westerbork looked like, including every small detail like the strands of barbed wire and bricks.
Almost seven decades later, children and grandchildren of the signatories of Israel’s Declaration of Independence gathered to recreate the special ceremony at the Knesset this weekend.
In Jerusalem, archeologists found a rare seal with two figures drawn facing each other and an inscription in Hebrew at the bottom. The seal supports biblical accounts of a governor of Jerusalem 2,700 years ago.