Israel Ambassador to UK Mark Regev Speaks Out on Labour’s Rising Anti-Semitism

Israel's new ambassador to the UK takes a stand on the rising anti-Semitism expressed by some members of Britain's Labour Party.

Painter Jonasz Stern’s ‘Landscape after the Holocaust’ in Krakow Museum

Painter Jonasz Stern left a permanent mark on the Polish art of the 20th century.

Auschwitz Showers Only A ‘Public Safety Measure,’ Says Museum

Showers installed in front of Auschwitz are simply a 'public safety measure' to ward off the summer heat, says the museum.

New Gas Chambers ‘Hoax’ Film on YouTube

New Holocaust denial film, "The Gas Chamber Hoax" is on YouTube.

Man Escapes $271 Fine for Library Book on Holocaust Borrowed in 1971

That library inspector on the Seinfeld show was right – first it's overdue books not being returned, next the Apocalypse.

On Kristallnacht Anniversary, Obama Speaking Out Against Intolerance

The lesson of Kristallnacht is to speak out “against anti-Semitism and intolerance,” President Obama said in marking the 75th anniversary of the pogrom that...

Son of Saul’ Wins Oscar for Best Foreign Film

'Son of Saul's' riveting plot brought a first-time Oscar for a Hungarian film, by a first-time director.

Spielberg Launches Center for Genocide Research

Filmmaker Steven Spielberg is establishing a Center for Advanced Genocide Research at the University of Southern California.

Hungarian Jews May Use Force to Stop Jobbik Protest

The Federation of Hungarian Jewish Communities (Mazsihisz) is considering sending people to physically prevent Hungary's ultra-nationalist Jobbik party from holding a rally at a...

Video: Hitler Used Drugs Including Cocaine to Become ‘Nazi Superman’

Hitler is presented as an appalling hypochondriac who abused laxatives and suffered from stomach cramps and embarrassing flatulence.

75th Anniversary of Massacre of Jews in Moletai, Lithuania

Lithuanians marked the 75th anniversary of the massacre of Jews in Moletai by Nazis and local collaborators during World War II.

Polish Anti-Defamation League Suing Website for Violating Holocaust Law

It appears that Poles are convinced the world owes them an apology for their collaboration with the Nazis as well as for murders of Jews they initiated themselves.

Canadian Jew Rescues ISIS Sex Slaves — The Yazidis’ Oskar Schindler

A Canadian Jewish businessman is raising money to free Yazidi and Christian women and girls being held as sex slaves by ISIS.

Israeli Leaders Bid Farewell to Holocaust Survivor and Writer Elie Wiesel

“Elie Wiesel was the collective moral compass of the Jewish people,” said Jewish Agency chairman Natan Sharansky.

Saul Kagan, Claims Conference Founder and Chief, Dies at 91

Saul Kagan founded the Claims Conference, which brought in tens of billions of dollars in payments to survivors of the Holocaust. He also helped found Yad VaShem in Jerusalem.

European Parliament President Martin Schultz to Receive 2016 Medal of Tolerance

European Parliament President Martin Schultz is one of two recipients of the 2016 Medal of Tolerance for his commitment to preserve the memory of the Shoah.

Yad Vashem Response to Ratification of Poland’s ‘Holocaust’ Law

We are concerned that this law will have repercussions in the areas of Holocaust research, education and remembrance.

Obama at Last Hanukkah Party: They Said I Won’t Last 1 Year, I Made...

Say what you will, the man has great writers and – crucial – can deliver a line.

Edelstein in Europe: Never Again! ¡Nunca más! Plus jamais! Mai più! Nie wieder!

What has been learned from all the memorials if synagogues across Europe need round-the-clock protection?

Jerusalem Reinforces Security as Thousands Converge on Sukkot Holiday

“On Sukkot, we will go up to Jerusalem; say yes to the Western Wall, no to UNESCO’s decision!” wrote Deri.

Rare Anne Frank Poem to Be Auctioned in Holland

It is a typically edifying poem of the sort that was often written in "poezie albums," exhorting the owner to do her best and be diligent at work.

Good Bye, Mr. Hitler, and Thank You for All the Selfies

The Indonesian museum’s manager stated: 'We don’t want to attract outrage.'

Three Orthodox Rabbis Ordained in Berlin after 80-Year Interruption

"The fact that Berlin – the place where deportations and extermination was planned and decided – is once again home to the largest Jewish community in Germany, is ... an undeserved gift."

Knesset Speaker: No Words to Describe Hypocrisy of Hosting Rouhani on Holocaust Day

Rouhani will address UNESCO, the United Nation's science and culture organization, on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

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