After 13 years in storage, B’nai B’rith’s famed collection of 1,500 Jewish works will finally go back on public view in Cincinnati at the Skirball Museum. That means the Klutznick Museum in Washington is gone for good.
Activists confronted participants in the so-called “Jerusalem Hug” march, in which Palestinian and Israelis participated in Jerusalem, on Thursday.
Israeli Minister Ayelet Shaked has proposed a sentence of 20 years in prison for Palestinian boys throwing stones at Israeli forces, reports Days of Palestine.
The family El Najjar was expelled during the Nakba from the Palestinian village of Salamah. This village was the subject of a total ethnic cleansing by the Zionist colonizers.