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Rivlin Meets Polish Veterans, Righteous Among the Nations

Janina Rosciszewska met earlier this week Pavel (Pinchas) Wagner, who had been saved as a child during the Holocaust, thanks to her family.

In Dallas, Holocaust Museum Opens With Unique Interactive Holographic Technology

The Museum is one of only two in the world with special technology that allows visitors to speak with holographic images of Holocaust survivors in real-time, long after they are 'of blessed memory.'

Report: New National Hotline Number Spells ‘Hitler’

Greinsky is lobbying Rep. Max Rose (D-Staten Island) and Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) to push for a different three-digit number.

Austria Awards Citizenship to Children of Nazi Victims

A mere 80 years after the fact, but who's counting; also considered: better late than never…

Jewish Foundation Honors Polish Righteous in Warsaw

Over the past twenty-seven years, the Foundation has awarded more than $40 million to these aging heroes.

Poland Marks 80th Anniversary of Most Devastating War in Human History

In the years that ensued, until May 8, 1945, Nazi Germany was responsible for the murder of some 6 million Jews, 2.7 million ethnic Poles, and 4 million who were deemed "unworthy of life."

Rabbi Attacked by Muslims in Affluent Charlottenburg, Berlin

Charlottenburg is a magnet for Berlin Jews, and is home to the city's largest kosher supermarket.

Study: Holocaust Survivors More Likely to Succumb to Dementia

The study tested the competing hypotheses stating that past genocide exposure reduces (owing to resilience) versus increases (owing to vulnerabilities) the risk of dementia.

Excavation of Destroyed Great Synagogue of Vilna Reveals 18th Century Treasures

This year's excavation uncovered large sections of the bimah, which was originally two stories tall, and was built in the 18th century with a donation from the rich and well-connected Yesod (Yehudah Safra ve-Dayana).

German Culture Minister Returns Painting Looted from French Jewish Politician

The painting by 19th century French painter Thomas Couture (1815-1879) was stolen from Mandel by the Nazis, and for decades remained part of a collection of 1,566 works stolen by Hildebrand Gurlitt.

Reform Clergy Cycles to Auschwitz in ‘Ride for the Living’

The "inspiring one-day, 60-mile bike ride from Auschwitz-Birkenau to JCC Krakow" takes place during the Jewish Culture Festival.

Ocasio-Cortez Rejects Auschwitz Tour with Holocaust Survivor

The organization From the Depths, whose president, 93-year-old Edward Mosberg, is a Holocaust survivor, invited AOC to see the camp where an estimated 1.1. million people were murdered.

Ocasio-Cortez Invited by Polish Parliamentarian to Tour Concentration Camps

US Rep. Ocasio Cortez: "The fact that concentrations camps are now an institutionalized practice in the Home of the Free is extraordinarily disturbing, and we need to do something about it."

Putin Unveils Memorial to Jewish Uprisings in Nazi Death Camps

The project was sponsored by Viktor Vekselberg, a Ukrainian-born tycoon whose father was Jewish.

Al Jazeera Suspends Two Journalists for Holocaust Denying Video

"That's how al-Jazeera brainwashes young people in the Arab world and perpetuates hatred of Israel and the Jews."
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Aaron David Miller: Rashida Tlaib Should Stop Using the Holocaust for Political Gain

CNN Inside Politics host John King on Monday afternoon questioned the claim made by Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) that her ancestors provided a "safe haven" for Jews after the Holocaust.

Poles Call off Israeli Delegation Visit Citing Restitution for Stolen Property

The Polish government's struggle to shirk the Polish people's responsibility for their share in the industrialized mass murder of Jews is now hitting the phase where the crimes of Polish collaborators start costing Poland a lot of money.
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The Silenced Terror Report

We better listen really carefully to the words coming out of this killer's mouth.

Study: 56% of Austrians Don’t Know 6 Million Jews Died, But 58% Believe It...

While 51% were familiar with Adolf Eichmann, the administrator and organizer of Hitler’s “Final Solution,” only 14% knew that Eichmann was Austrian. As was Hitler.

Ari Fuld on Yom HaShoah

Ari Fuld's broadcast for Yom Hashoah - May 5, 2016.

1941 Picture Shows Pruchnik Was Burning Jews in Effigy Long Before WJC’s Latest Protest

It's safe to say that many Jews are relieved that the good folks of Pruchnik restricted themselves to an effigy and did not go after actual Jews.

Disturbing Study Shows a Third of Americans Think Holocaust Murders Exaggerated

66% of millennials are unable to state the significance of “Auschwitz.”

HBO to Produce Philip Roth’s ‘The Plot Against America’ Depicting a Jewish Boy in...

The novel imagines an America in which Lindbergh's isolationist ideas have become the national agenda, and are impacting Jewish life in Newark, New Jersey.
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‘Anna’s War’ about Jewish Orphan in 1941 Wins Russian Best Picture

Anna's War tells the story of a six-year-old girl (Marta Kozlova) who miraculously survived the execution of the Jews of her Ukrainian village.

Orange County Police Investigate Swastika Beer Pong in Local High School

"Now the holocaust is the new 'n' word and it’s sad but it’s the truth.”

Mass Grave of Jews Shot by Nazis Unearthed in Brest, Belarus

“We expect the number of victims to go over 1,000,” said Brest official Anna Kondak. “During three weeks, every day about 40 remains are being found."

Giant Nazi Swastika Adorns Staircase in Kiev Mall, Latest in Ukraine Anti-Semitism

One has to wonder what Jews are still doing there, and what more it might take to convince them to leave.

German Protestant Church Sued to Remove Its Nazi-Adorned Bell

There are at least 23 Nazi bells in use in churches across Germany.

Icelandic Pop Icon: Jews Learned Nothing from the Holocaust

Well, the Jewish people are grateful, even though every last one of us cannot, as hard as we may try, pronounce "Hjálmtýsson."

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