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Shot over 14 Years, ‘Destination Unknown’ Probes Post-War Challenges of Holocaust Survivors

'What came across to me as unique and fresh was how do you live with pain? How do you have a life after such atrocity?'

US Ambassdor to UN Nikki Haley at Yad Vashem: ‘We Must Always Take Sides’

During her visit, Haley went carefully through the exhibits, asking questions and viewing the information displayed.

Auschwitz SS Guard, 95, Dies in Prison

Only 43 Auschwitz staff members have been sentenced in German courts.

Knesset to Debate Lapid Party’s Illegal Use of Holocaust Survivors’ Data

Yesh Atid used the data for direct mail inquiries sent to the same Holocaust survivors prior to the March 2015 elections.

Estonian Jewry Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary of First Jewish Center Since WWII

"Both our nations know what it means to maintain our identity and freedom even under the threat of foreign powers."

President Trump Expands Visit to Yad Vashem

President Trump will receive an exact replica of the original Holocaust-era personal album that belonged to Ester Goldstein, murdered during the Holocaust at age 16.
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Venezuelan President: We Are Treated like Jews during the Holocaust

Needless to say, the Confederation of Israeli Associations in Venezuela, the country's central Jewish organization, was not amused.

Jewish Survival Through Jewish Unity, Theme of New AZM President

Heideman's task will be to fashion unity from a widely-disparate consortium of Zionists.

Report: Syrian Regime Built Crematorium Outside Damascus

"We now believe the Syrian regime has installed a crematorium in the Sednaya Prison Complex which could dispose of detainees' remains with little evidence."

Rivlin to Ukraine PM: New Era of Understanding Requires Acknowledging Terrifying Past

Between 1941 and 1945, an estimated 950,000 Jewish civilians were killed as part of Nazi extermination policies, with widespread collaboration from the Ukrainian population.

Ukraine Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman to Visit Yad Vashem

Groysman was the first Jew to occupy a high political office when he was elected as House Speaker in 2014.

Hitler Is Alive and Crazy and Living in Pennsylvania

It so happens that May 8, when he became legally Hitler, was Victory in Europe Day, marking the surrender of self-proclaimed Nazi Germany.

Bennett in Atlanta: Holocaust the Price We Paid for Not Having a State

There are an estimated 6,400 Lone Soldiers from 80 countries serving in the IDF today. About 880 of them are American.

Netanyahu Meets Dunford, Jewish War Heroes on V-E Day

"We must be capable, prepared and able to defend ourselves by ourselves against any threat. That is the lesson since the victory over Nazism.”

‘Don’t Mention the War’ – Search Reveals Nazi Memorabilia in German Army Barracks

The minister's criticism of the military's behavior, leadership and spirit was unacceptable and damaging to the Bundeswehr

Rivlin: Jewish Property Stolen during Holocaust Must Be Returned

'Time is running out. Fewer than 400,000 survivors are alive today.'

German FM in Hot Water over Equating Social Democrat, Jewish Holocaust Victims

It is possible that Dr. Zuroff's reaction would have been different had he read the article to which he referred.

Kantor Center, EJC Both Warn Global Anti-Semitism Rising

The annual Tel Aviv Univ. Kantor Center study reported a 45% rise in all forms of anti-Semitism on US college campuses.
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Yeshiva Students Protest European Refusal to Demand Extradition of Elderly Nazi

Palij was not at home for this week's protest outside his house.

Israel’s Pres. Rivlin Closes Holocaust Remembrance Day With Opposition to Le Pen in France

"We demand self-examination from of all those who helped carry out the extermination program," Rivlin said. Le Pen denies responsibility for French deportations of Jews to death camps.

‘Unto Every Person There Is A Name’ – Israel’s Knesset Remembers the Six Million

The father of the PM's father-in-law pursued his son to the train station in Warsaw and tried to convince him to stay in Poland, but Shmuel was insistent. He alone survived.

Marking Holocaust Day, A New Jewish Prayerbook with German Translation is Published in Berlin...

For the first time in more than a century a one-volume complete Orthodox prayer book is printed in Germany with all daily and holiday prayers in modern German translation.

Teens Arrested for Protesting Yom HaShoah Temple Mount Closure

The detective did not wear badges and refused to identify themselves.

Netanyahu Recalls Own Family’s Holocaust Survivors

'Dozens of relatives who perished; may their memories be blessed.'

Leader of German Jews: Asylum Seekers Should Visit Concentration Camps

'Whoever thinks that integration can be achieved in two years, is fooling themselves.'

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