Confino's experience caught the attention of the former Archbishop of Canterbury, who called on government to intervene to stop the rise of “poisonous hate" on campuses.
For ten years after the war, Wiesel refused to write about or discuss his experiences during the Holocaust.
Analysis: JTA Officially Joins Palestinian Propaganda Machine, Naming Cave of the Patriarch ‘Ibrahimi Mosque’
Something nasty is taking place in modern Jewish American journalism, and the most disheartening signs of that nastiness are evident in what used to be a half decent Jewish news service.
Israeli Labor Party leader Isaac Herzog slams UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, notes his 'consistent hatred of Israel.'
Two teens in Brooklyn yelled slurs against Jews. One threw a rock at a Jewish driver, breaking the car window.
Belgian parliamentarians have lost their bid to ban the Jewish ritual slaughter of meat - for now.
For the first time since the Holocaust the famous tunnel used by the prisoners of Ponar to escape from the Nazis had been located using new technologies for underground predictive scanning.
Two teens were arrested on the Temple Mount by Israeli police Tuesday evening for unknown reasons.
It seems that Bavaria thought restitution meant restitution to the Nazis rather than to their victims.
The announcement about the banning of Jews came before the Arabs started throwing rocks down on Jewish worshippers by the Kotel.
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked (Habayit Hayehudi) praised the transparency law, saying it would expose the fact that anti-Israeli NGOs are being funded by foreign governments.
When Azaria's attorneys asked Naaman in court which of his testimonies they should go with, did the terrorist move, didn't he, the key witness answered, "Now I don't recall exactly."
Abbas merely exchanged one lie for another.
The number of anti-Semitic assaults in the U.S. is rising, according to a new report.
So now it's been established, the goose really hates it when the gander is doing goosey things, and sees nothing funny about it.
The first ghetto's area was defined by two gates which were opened in the morning to the sound of the bell in St. Mark’s belfry, and closed at midnight by four Christian keepers, paid by the Jews.
"We met six women, two of them Holocaust survivors, who had been brought there by their gentile caretakers, and convinced them not to go inside."
German law prohibits the open display of Nazi memorabilia, but not their purchase or ownership by folks who just wonder what it would be like to own the Reichsminister of Aviation's silk shorts.
"The terrorist is still alive, and his family will get generous a support, and I am left with the 'privilege' of being a bereaved mother."
It appears Ha'aretz is willing to see Israeli high court justices' lives be put in jeopardy just to advance the paper's political ends. So much for tolerance and liberalism.
More than 16 thousand personal items belonging to the victims of Auschwitz-Birkenau have now been delivered to the Auschwitz Memorial.
The documentary offers a news-driven, satirical approach to focus on the global impact of the BDS Movement.
The business community rejects the fabricated accusations against Israel perpetrated by the BDS activists.
A young woman running for Congress in California is warned by a vicious neo-Nazi website to "get out of my country, kike." Her personal details, email and cell number, are posted online.
Ukraine intelligence prevented a series of terror attacks against synagogues and mosques during an upcoming international soccer tournament in France.