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New Righteous Slovaks recieved award

Slovakia

by Michael Szatmary l Feb 19, 2014 12:00 AM
New Righteous Slovaks recieved award

Five more Slovaks have received the "Righteous Among the Nations" award - the highest honour given to a non-Jew by the State of Israel and Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum for saving Jewish citizens during the WWII holocaust.

Cooperation between Slovaka and Israel

Slovakia

by J.D. l Dec 3, 2013

Slovakia will continue to co-operate with Israel in the sphere of education, science, culture, youth and sports, with the Slovak Government on Wednesday allocating €19,140 for this purpose in the budget for 2014-16


 

Knowledge of Students about Holocaust

Slovakia

by Emil Vojtánek l Mar 14, 2013

The Education Ministry is set to provide funding towards teaching materials on the Holocaust within an initiative aimed at boosting the knowledge of young people about the genocide.


 

Holocaust Victims Remembered in Bratislava

Slovakia

by Michael Szatmary l Sep 11, 2012

Prime Minister Robert Fico and representatives of the Jewish community in Slovakia, among others, attended a wreath-laying ceremony at the Holocaust Memorial in Bratislava.


 

New Righteous Slovaks recieved award

Slovakia

by Michael Szatmary l Feb 19, 2014 12:00 AM
New Righteous Slovaks recieved award

Five more Slovaks have received the "Righteous Among the Nations" award - the highest honour given to a non-Jew by the State of Israel and Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum for saving Jewish citizens during the WWII holocaust.

Cooperation between Slovaka and Israel

Slovakia

by J.D. l Dec 3, 2013

Slovakia will continue to co-operate with Israel in the sphere of education, science, culture, youth and sports, with the Slovak Government on Wednesday allocating €19,140 for this purpose in the budget for 2014-16


 

Knowledge of Students about Holocaust

Slovakia

by Emil Vojtánek l Mar 14, 2013

The Education Ministry is set to provide funding towards teaching materials on the Holocaust within an initiative aimed at boosting the knowledge of young people about the genocide.


 

Holocaust Victims Remembered in Bratislava

Slovakia

by Michael Szatmary l Sep 11, 2012

Prime Minister Robert Fico and representatives of the Jewish community in Slovakia, among others, attended a wreath-laying ceremony at the Holocaust Memorial in Bratislava.


 

Slovaks with Righteous among Nations Award

Holocaust

by Michael Szatmary l Jan 26, 2012 12:00 AM
Slovaks with Righteous among Nations Award

Another 17 Slovaks will be awarded with the title 'Righteous among the Nations', which is given to non-Jews who helped save the lives of Jewish people during WWII, the Israeli Embassy informed media.

Train Commemorates Jewish Deportations

Holocaust

by Emil Vojtánek l Mar 26, 2012

A special train was dispatched from Poprad railway station to Auschwitz, Poland on Friday in anticipation of the 70th anniversary of the first transport of Jewish women from Slovakia to the Nazi concentration camp on March 25, 1942


 

Oldest Jewish Tombstone Found

History

by Emil Vojtánek l Feb 9, 2012

A tombstone discovered in Germany dating back to the thirteenth century during a construction project holds the distinction of being the oldest surviving Jewish grave stone.


 

Second Temple seal 'pure for God' found in Jerusalem

History

by Doron Keshet l Dec 27, 2011

A rare clay seal found under Jerusalem's Old City appears to be linked to religious rituals practiced at the Jewish Temple 2,000 years ago.


 

Singer Ivri Lider exclusively for DELET

Arts and Culture

by Michael Szatmary l Dec 17, 2012 12:00 AM
Singer Ivri Lider exclusively for DELET

Ivri Lider is one the biggest musical stars in Israel. He sings, write and produce for other artists. DELET had a chance to speak with hime while ago.

Slovak Documentary about Nicholas Winton Premieres in Britain

Arts and Culture

by Emil Vojtánek l Nov 14, 2011

Prime Minister Iveta Radicova attended the London premiere of Nicky's Family, a documentary that tells the story of 102-year-old Sir Nicholas Winton - a man who rescued hundreds of Czech and Slovak Jewish children from a bleak fate in the run-up to WWII.


 

Dana International to represent Israel at 2011 Eurovision

Arts and Culture

by Papara_Jew l Mar 11, 2011

Singer beats out competition with her song "Ding Dong", written by Tzvika Pik.


 

Jewish talent shines at 2011 Academy Awards

Arts and Culture

by Papara_Jew l Mar 1, 2011

A minyan of Jewish talent garnered coveted Oscar statuettes at the 2011 Academy Awards ceremony.


 

Divorce case drags on nearli 40 years

Humor

by Doron Keshet l Feb 22, 2012 12:00 AM
Divorce case drags on nearli 40 years

An Israeli couple have been in divorce proceedings for the past 39 years, while a lingering argument over the distribution of their joint property has prevented them from finally signing the papers.

In US also the dogs celebrates Bar Mitzvah

Humor

by Peter Godovic l Jan 5, 2012

'Bark Mitzvahs' are the latest way some Jewish-American pet owners are choosing to celebrate their dog 'coming of age'.


 

Veteran Israeli actress Hanna Maron sets Guinness world record

Humor

by Doron Keshet l Sep 21, 2011

Veteran Israeli actress Hanna Maron has added another item to her resume — the world’s longest career in theater.


 

Israeli singles look for new love in ancient cave

Humor

by Peter Godovic l Aug 17, 2011

In an ancient stone quarry underneath Jerusalem's Old City, women tottered on stilettos down a dimly lit passage on their way to a very modern ritual: speed-dating.