For most of her life, she’s been called Ruth. But this Holocaust survivor, whose parents died in Auschwitz, was called Bela for a short time after being orphaned during the war. Keren Blankfeld at the New York Times shares Ruth’s personal story of how she went from being an orphan in occupied Berlin to a thriving Jewish kid growing up in New York, all thanks to one American soldier.
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Photographer Noam Chen helps us discover Jerusalem’s most interesting secrets.
Israel Antiquities Authority announced that their renovations to the Sanhedria tombs in Jerusalem will allow guests to experience this ancient site for years to come. Find out more about the Jewish history behind this ancient site!
After carefully combing through pages of past records, the Yad Vashem’s team found thousands of Hungarian Holocaust victims that were never documented – bringing a sense of closure to many of their loved ones alive today.
Israeli Tal Fastman found something she didn’t expect during her swim in Kinneret: an ancient relic. According to Fastman, this experience is a “dream come true.”