Yad Vashem: UN Resolution Means Fighting ‘Nuanced, Complex’ Forms of Holocaust Denial

"We must redouble our efforts to expand and support unfettered and fact-based Holocaust research and education."

UN Passes Historic Resolution Condemning Holocaust Denial

The UN resolution on Holocaust denial and distortion was passed on the 80th anniversary of the Wannsee Conference.

Holocaust Survivors Urge Action Against Antisemitic Use of Holocaust Terminology

Since the beginning of 2020, more than 60 million online engagements linked pandemic-related issues with the Holocaust.

Israel and Germany Appeal to UN to Condemn Holocaust Denial

The ambassadors of Israel and Germany denounced the ongoing denial of the Shoah.

Fox News’ Lara Logan Dropped by her Talent Agency for Comparing Fauci to Mengele

It doesn't sound like Logan made the direct comparison herself but was quoting "people," a technique favored by former-President Donald Trump.

Modern Forensics May Have Revealed Who Betrayed Anne Frank and her Family

Betraying fellow Dutch to the Nazis was a criminal offense in the Netherlands, and yet somebody turned in the Franks to the Nazis.

US Neo-Nazi Leader Gets 7 Years for Intimidating Jewish, Black Journalists

The group focused primarily on those who are Jewish or journalists of color.

Amazon Selling ‘Dozens’ of Nazi Propaganda Films

"Why would Amazon be making money off Nazis??"

Tolerance Bus Is Coming to NY with Extra Acceptance On Board

The bus will allow easy access to students, educators, police, faith groups, and professionals to critical training on anti-Semitism, racism, bullying, stereotyping, hate, and intolerance.

Upper East Side ATM Dispenses Bill with Swastika

The branch manager told her “the Secret Service will probably get involved.”

Israel Introduces Historic Resolution at UN Against Holocaust Denial and Distortion

International political negotiations with UN countries on this resolution have been ongoing for several months, Israel’s mission to the UN said, and will go public this week.

Erdan Launches Historic UN Resolution Against Holocaust Denial

The resolution is expected to pass in two weeks, only the second Israeli resolution adopted by the UN General Assembly.

Twitter Bans Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene for Life

Greene apologized after a visit to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum and after incessant condemnation from fellow Republicans.

Jewish Partisan Litman (Mor) Moravchik Passes Away at 104

Mor's daughter said in his entire life, he never took medication, and had no dentures, like a young man. "Like a partisan.”

Israel Condemns Kiev Torchlight Celebration of Ukrainian Nazi Collaborator

"Jews are to be isolated, removed from governmental positions in order to prevent sabotage."

Japanese Museum Marks Rescue of Jewish Refugees Who Landed at Tsuruga Port

In 1947, the Japanese foreign office asked Sugihara to resign because of "that incident" in Lithuania.

Nazi-Looted Art in France Returned to Heirs of Jewish Owner

The Louvre and Musee d'Orsay museums in Paris maintained custody of the works after World War II until their legal owners or heirs could be tracked down.

Ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat Appointed as US Special Adviser on Holocaust Issues

Ambassador Eizenstat brings with him extensive experience in resolving Holocaust claims and related disputes, a spokesperson said.

NY Banks Urged to Waive Transfer, Processing Fees for Holocaust Reparation Payments

“These fees impose a significant burden on elderly Holocaust survivors, victims and heirs who often rely on these payments to meet their everyday needs,” Acting Superintendent Adrienne Harris said in a press release on Wednesday.

Swiss-Jewish Artist Miriam Cahn Pulling her Works from Museum Tainted with Nazi-Looted Art

"Buying art doesn't whitewash! Collecting art doesn't make you a better person!" Cahn wrote.

Grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors Offer to Teach DC Children following Librarian Fiasco

Will 3GDC succeed in educating DC schoolchildren about the lessons of the Holocaust? One can only hope.

156 Righteous Gentiles to Receive $500,000 in Stipends at Holiday Time

Funds are earmarked towards purchasing food and other necessary items, such as medications and home heating fuel

Ukraine’s Pres. Zelensky: ‘Both Ukrainians and Jews Value Freedom’

Israel’s President Isaac Herzog told the third annual Kyiv Jewish Forum “we can never become complacent when it comes to threats . . . against any human being.”

Russia Returns Archives of Greek Jewish Communities Looted by Nazis

The majority of materials were taken in July 1942 from Thessaloniki, which once had a thriving Jewish community.

House Introduces Bipartisan Bill to Award Nuremberg Trials Prosecutor with Congressional Gold Medal

“As the last living Nuremberg prosecutor and a man who spent more than 50 years prosecuting the most horrific war crimes, [Ben] Ferencz embodies the idea that while the work is not ours to finish, neither is it ours to neglect,” said Rep. Ted Deutch (D-Fla.).

Romanian Parliament Votes to Make Jewish & Holocaust Studies Mandatory

The Ellie Wiesel Institute reported 27 anti-Semitic in Romania in 2020 alone.

Owner of Controversial Nazi Tattoo Kit to Donate it to Holocaust Museum

After an Israeli court halted the sale of the tattoo stamps following an outcry, the anonymous seller has decided to donate them to the Haifa Holocaust Museum.

Luxembourg to Pay Restitution to Holocaust Survivors

To ensure sufficient time to apply for and benefit from the program, the deadline has been extended to January 31, 2022.

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