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The march began at the Wiesel family home, and ended at the railway station, where a plaque was unveiled and the station named after Wiesel.
Heideman's task will be to fashion unity from a widely-disparate consortium of Zionists.
As Holocaust Survivors Disappear, 10,000 Youths, 12 European Education Ministers to Partake in March...
'To our dismay, the number of survivors who can share their story is rapidly declining,' said Education Minister Naftali Bennett. 'We must find new ways to remember.'
Say what you will, the man has great writers and – crucial – can deliver a line.
If this means Sidney Blumenthal's clout in the Clinton camp has lost some of its shine, too, then the entire scandal was well worth it.
“Elie Wiesel was the collective moral compass of the Jewish people,” said Jewish Agency chairman Natan Sharansky.
For ten years after the war, Wiesel refused to write about or discuss his experiences during the Holocaust.
Israel's ambassador is the party pooper as the UN congratulates itself for its 70 year commitment to lofty principles.
Wiesel's called for an end to 'Child Sacrifice' by Hamas was considered "too strong" for London Times readers.
The Holocaust Cellar will serve as a learning center dedicated to the 13,000 local Jewish Holocaust victims.
Ukrainian Jewish leaders said Romania was unfit to head a Holocaust remembrance forum because it has not done enough to come to grips with...
Those who use either chemical, or even conventional weapons to slaughter innocent people must be held accountable.
In the wake of the recent chemical weapons attack in Syria, the fear of genocide has once again been cast on a world stage....
Hungary's House Speaker László Kövér has replied to Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel, who recently renounced a Hungarian state honor in protest at...
US President Barack Obama on Tuesday declared May “Jewish American Heritage Month”. In a ceremony kicking off the month, the president praised Jewish Americans for bearing “hardship and hostility” with the “deep conviction that a better future was within their reach”.
The secret posthumous baptism of key Jewish figures by the Mormon church has caused outrage in the Jewish community and led to an apology by Mormon leaders.
Mark Podwal is a busy, busy man. He has spent the last 38 years making every conceivable kind of art: innumerable paintings, 28 illustrated books written by him and Elie Wiesel, Harold Bloom and Francine Prose, children's books, haggadot, ceramics and graphic works. Dubbed the "Master of the True Line" by author Cynthia Ozick, his pro-Israel cartoons and drawings have been featured on the Op-Ed pages of the New York Times since 1972.
When a Jew becomes deathly ill, it has become the custom for that person to adopt a new name, for a name evokes great spirituality, and it is hoped that the goodness of the adopted name will bring relief.
Elie Wiesel encapsulates the problem of Holocaust art by insisting that, "Auschwitz defies imagination and perception; it submits only to memory. It can be communicated by testimony, not fiction."