Pathetic: Germany Seeking 5-Years in Prison for 101-Year-Old Nazi

Schuetz holds the dubious record of the oldest Nazi on trial for murdering thousands of innocent human beings.

Vatican Releases Archives of Thousands of Jewish Pleas for Help in WW2

The archives contain many requests from Jewish converts to Catholicism asking the Vatican for proof of their conversion.

Arab Source: Canada’s Special Envoy on Holocaust and Antisemitism Canceled Ariel U. Speech

“The circumstances surrounding the event and its cancellation are still not clear."

‘Polish Schindler’ Józef Walaszczyk Dead at 102

In 1940 or the spring of 1941, Walaszczyk fell in love with Irena Front, who did not tell him she was Jewish.

Hoof-in-Mouth: Buffalo GOP Congressional Candidate Calls Hitler ‘Inspirational’

GOP candidate Paladino opined about you know who: “I guess that’s the kind of leader we need today."

Belgian Teacher Who Rescued Hundreds of Jewish Children Dead at 100

"What I did was merely my duty. Disobeying the laws of the time was just the normal thing to do."

Oldest Concentration-Camp Survivor Dies at Age 108

Boris Pahor was arrested by the Nazis in 1944 and deported to Dachau, which he survived along with four other concentration camps.

New York State Lawmakers Pass Holocaust Education Bill

The bill, which unanimously passed the State Assembly earlier this week, will now be sent to Gov. Kathy Hochul for consideration.

New Oklahoma Law Mandates Holocaust Education

The bill is the result of a collaboration among the Jewish Federations of Oklahoma and the State Department of Education. It is a bipartisan effort.

Poles Angry at California Billboard Star Who Hid Being Tamar Goldberg from Chmilenik

It’s difficult for Poles to understand that most people would rather not be recognized as being Polish

Treasury Sec. Yellen Lays Wreath at Warsaw Ghetto Memorial, Praises Sec. Morgenthau’s WW2 Pro-Jewish...

“We must use the tools at our disposal to fight oppression, and that lesson must be applied today.”

House Votes to Bestow Medal of Honor on Last Surviving Nuremberg Prosecutor

Ben Ferencz, honored earlier this year by the State of Florida, was 27 when served as a Nazi prosecutor after the end of World War II.

Mexican Couple’s Wedding Commemorates Adolf and Eva’s Bunker Ceremony

The controversial celebration in the Mexican state of Tlaxcala has gone viral in Mexico but has yet to be criticized by any Mexican institution.

California Rabbi is First Chabad Board Member of US Holocaust Memorial

The rabbi's appointment was announced by President Donald Trump on January 29, 2020, along with those of two other new members.

Doubling Down on Antisemitic Message, Russia Accuses Israel of Supporting Ukrainian ‘Neo-Nazis’

Former German Interior Minister Gerhart Baum told RTL television that Sergey Lavrov had been a notorious liar for decades.

Lavrov: Worst Antisemites are Jews, Hitler Had Jewish Blood

But was Hitler the descendant of Jews? A Nazi official named Hans Frank was the source of the rumor.

Bundestag President in Jerusalem on Yom HaShoah: ‘It Is Inconceivable How Much We Destroyed’

On Thursday, President Bas participated in the state memorial service, “Unto Every Person There is a Name” at the Knesset.

9 Holocaust Survivors Fleeing Ukraine Find Refuge in Israel

A special flight carrying nine elderly Holocaust survivors along with 12 wounded people touched down at Ben Gurion Airport as Israel commenced with events for Yom HaShoah.

On Yom HaShoah Eve, Muslims on Temple Mount Call for Massacre of Jews

PLO and Hamas flags were raised and chants were shouted about massacring the Jews.

President Duda Who Outlawed Claims of Polish Complicity in the Holocaust to Lead 2022...

In 2018, Duda signed a law that made it illegal to accuse “the Polish nation” of complicity in the Holocaust.

Yad Vashem’s Online Exhibit: ‘Do You Have a Lemon for the Children?’

""While most of the deportees were murdered by the end of the war, a small portion survived against all odds, and managed to start their lives anew."

80 Years After Holocaust, World’s Jewish Population Has Yet to Recover

At the end of 2020, the world Jewish population was 15.2 million, still less than it was over 80 years ago in 1939.

TAU’s Annual Report: Antisemitism Peaked Globally in 2021, the Struggle against Jew Hatred Is...

"Despite the extensive efforts and resources invested in combating antisemitism in recent years, the phenomenon is on the rise."

Report (Updated): Jewish Convert to Christianity to Lead March of the Living

Evans is the son of a Jewish mother whose parents had emigrated from the Soviet Union, and an abusive, antisemitic alcoholic Christian father.

US Envoy to UN: Must Confront Alarming Spikes in American Antisemitism, Holocaust Denial

"Thank you for coming together to remember the six million Jews who perished during the Holocaust."

American Jews Renew Digital Yom HaShoah Candle

The app, a free download, is not yet available for Android devices.

Holocaust Survivors to Light Memorial Torches at State Opening Ceremony, April 27, 8 pm

Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Day will be observed this year starting Wednesday evening, 27 April 2022 through Thursday, 28 April 2022.


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