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DNC staffers question Holocaust Remembrance Day statement in leaked emails (VERY GOOD!!!)

PHILADELPHIA — Democratic National Committee staff members questioned Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s request for the group to put out a statement in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, leaked emails show. 223 more words

Daily News

A Visit to the Old and New Hells of Europe Provides a Reminder of Israel's Importance

I just returned from a week-long journey through Hell! It began with a visit to the site of the Auschwitz and Birkenau death camps in Poland (built by Nazi Germany during its occupation of the country), as a participant of the March of the Living, following a conference commemorating the 80th anniversary of the Nuremberg Laws and the 70th anniversary of the Nuremberg Trials. 230 more words


The Holocaust: Many Villains, Few Heroes

As we commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Nuremberg trials, at which selected Nazi leaders were placed in the dock, we must ask some disturbing questions about those who were never tried for their complicity in the world’s worst genocide. 59 more words


Jewish Woman Forced to Hide From Anti-Israel Activists at UC-Irvine

An event hosted by a pro-Israel student group ended abruptly Wednesday night as police were called to protect attendees from an angry mob that had gathered. 791 more words

News & Politics

Azrieli and Herscovitch: Take the lead in Holocaust education, Canada

Earlier this month, people all over the world marked Yom Hashoah, the solemn day of Holocaust remembrance. In Canada, which became home to more than 30,000 Holocaust survivors, Canadians of all political parties came together in Ottawa for a national commemoration. 636 more words


Temple marks Holocaust Remembrance Day

EASTON — Professor John Borelli of Georgetown University was the guest speaker at Temple B’nai Israel on Sunday, May 1, for Holocaust Remembrance Day. He spoke about the 50th anniversary of the Catholic Church’s Second Vatican Council and its declaration on the relationship of the church with non-Christian religions. 116 more words

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