Born to Polish parents on August 20th 1967 in the city of Ramat Gan, east of Tel Aviv, it was his father’s tales of gangsters and prostitutes which inspired the young Keret to greatness.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Jacek Czaputowicz declared in an interview with the Israeli newspaper "Israel Hayom" that Poland had pure intentions in connection with the amendment of the Act on the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN).
The new Tel Aviv store opened Wednesday after luring hundreds of Israelis with the offer of free plane tickets and was then forced to close when it ran out of stock.
Israel is often referred to as the ‘start-up nation’ and Poland wants to attract Israeli technology and start-up companies to Poland.
Joint statement calls for ‘a common responsibility to conduct free research, to promote understanding and to preserve the memory of the history of the Holocaust.’
Janusz Makuch, initiator and director of the Jewish Culture Festival in Kraków, south Poland, has received Israel's "Friend of Israel" distinction marking the 70th anniversary of the country's foundation. Makuch is the only Pole to receive the title.
The declaration signed by the Polish and Israeli PMs acknowledges Poland is right about its presentation of WW2 history, Poland's ruling party leader Jarosław Kaczyński said on Friday.
The term "Polish death camps" is inappropriate, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday in Tel Aviv, commenting on Poland's earlier revocation of clauses penalising suggestions of Polish complicity in WW2 Nazi crimes from an anti-defamation act passed last January.
Poland and Israel sign space project agreement.
The Ghetto Fighters' House in Israel and Polish WWII general Władysław Anders are the winners of this year's Karski Eagle Awards, a distinction granted to people and institutions promoting Poland's image and Polish-Jewish relations.