Haaretz Austrian film foretelling Nazism discovered in Paris flea market 90 years after disappearance 2016-12-10T01:10:07.000000Z After it premiered in 1924, the Jewish author of the novel the inspired 'The City Without Jews' was murdered by a Nazi. Now, the film will be digitally restored and aired with a new live score thanks to an unprecedented crowdfunding campaign. Why Congress' new anti-Semitism bill won't protect Jews 2016-12-10T01:07:02.000000Z U.S. senators' Anti-Semitism Awareness Act actually gives America’s most virulent anti-Semites a giant pass | Analysis Netanyahu: Trump 'feels very warmly' about Israel and Jews 2016-12-09T23:21:47.000000Z 'I know him very well,' the Israeli premier says in a short video excerpt of an interview that will air Sunday on 60 Minutes. 'And I think his attitude, his support for Israel is very clear.' What it's like to be a Palestinian journalist, according to an East Jerusalem editor 2016-12-09T18:10:46.000000Z What it's like to be a Palestinian journalist, according to the embattled editor of East Jerusalem's Al Quds. The Soviet-born women transforming Israel's tattoo scene 2016-12-09T16:45:42.000000Z Five artists reveal why they pursued the profession, what inspires them, and where they see the macho Israeli tattoo culture going. U.S. reportedly asked Israel to take in and try Guantanamo inmate 2016-12-09T15:05:40.000000Z Mohammed Abed al-Malik Bajabo is suspected of involvement in 2002 Mombasa attack that killed three Israeli tourists. Israel said to have agreed to take Bajabo, but didn't get necessary files from FBI. Why Israelis can't accept that climate change is to blame for fires 2016-12-09T11:06:31.000000Z The Jewish people never recognized the laws of nature. Don't expect Trump to lead the fight against ISIS after Aleppo falls to Assad 2016-12-09T08:35:46.000000Z After Assad routs the rebels, the U.S. will be left with no ally in Syria in fight against Islamic State. Considering Trump's desire to steer clear of Mideast conflict, we may see U.S. and Russia dividing the fight between them. Despite hundreds of complaints of Shin Bet torture, Israel yet to launch single investigation 2016-12-09T07:49:56.000000Z A special unit was created to investigation complaints against the Shin Bet, but employs just one investigator. Despite dozens of 'inquiries' opened in recent years, none developed into an investigation. Amona settlers divided, several families agree to evacuate 2016-12-09T07:28:06.000000Z Despite Amona settlers saying otherwise, sources in Ofra speak of direct approaches for alternative housing in the nearby settlement following their eviction.