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The former chief of the KGB bequeaths evidence about Raoul Wallenberg for future generations, in papers found in a suitcase.
The Chief Rabbi of Poland arranged for the Pope to meet with Righteous Christian Poles at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
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.
It seems that Bavaria thought restitution meant restitution to the Nazis rather than to their victims.
Rafael Ramirez asked if "Israel wants a final solution to the Palestinians?"
Minister Bennet twitted that the deputy chief of staff made a mistake and he must correct it "One minute before the Holocaust deniers turn these erroneous words into a flag."
Israel's new ambassador to the UK takes a stand on the rising anti-Semitism expressed by some members of Britain's Labour Party.
Many people said it was going to look like vengeance.
Sweden’s foreign minister, Margot Wallström—remember her?—said the comments were “terrible.”
Venetian Jews say the 500th anniversary of the world's first ghetto may present a lesson for new Muslim refugees.
Swiss rabbis are irritated at foreign rabbis stepping into a local issue where they see no ineed to intervene.
Gas company workers were doing maintenance work on a pipeline when they discovered the bones.
Netanyahu invited Prince Charles, who visited Saudi Arabia and Qatar in February, when they met at the Paris climate conference.
Polish-born Prof. Jan T. Gross wrote that although the Poles resisted the Nazis, they outdid them in murdering Jews.
Moshe Krausz died alone and almost forgotten despite his saving more Jews than Schindler and Kasztner combined.
Mr. Spock conveys a message with painfully stark relevance to our world today, especially in the context of PM Netanyahu's speech to Congress.
Allowing Jews to carry guns won't stop the fear of terror threatening Judaism and Jews in Belgium.
The Nazis nearly destroyed the 17th synagogue.
It will be harder to “never forget” when the survivors and the butchers no longer are alive.
But doesn't “democracy” mean rights for everyone?
The German envoy has a perverse version of “never forget.”
The book should make Jews in America fell a little bit queasy, to say the least.