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Tendering problems cause one-year delay in National Holocaust Monument

The National Holocaust Memorial, one of the Conservative government’s signature new monuments in Ottawa, is badly behind schedule and now won’t officially open until spring 2017 — a year later than planned. 742 more words


After a long hiatus, the poetry returns...

I’ve neglected my blog due to work, health, and crazy schedules, but I’ve finally decided to reengage it.  Here’s a fresh poem for you!  It’s not a very… uplifting poem, but I believe it conveys a very important sentiment.   149 more words


SCSU hosts open discussion for Holocaust Remembrance Day

Jene ThomasGeneral Assignment Reporter 

The Nazi regime killed approximately six million Jews in an attempt to completely eradicate the Jewish people in an ethnic cleanse during what is now referred to as the Holocaust. 558 more words


Hundreds Honor Holocaust Victims At Ceremony In Philadelphia

By Suzanne Monaghan

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – This year’s annual Holocaust Remembrance Day Ceremony in Philadelphia marked 70 years since the liberation of some concentration camps and the end of World War II. 215 more words


Love and the Holocaust

This past Wednesday and Thursday marked the start and end of Yom HaShoah, a day observed to remember the 6 million Jews that were killed in the Holocaust (it is known in English as Holocaust Remembrance Day). 642 more words


Holocaust Remembrance Day Address by PM Netanyahu at Yad Vashem

April 17, 2015

Seventy years ago, the bells of freedom rang out across the free world. The horrific nightmare that had engulfed all humanity in blood had come to an end in Europe. 120 more words

Israel & Middle East

The Miracle of "Am Yisrael Chai"

As the horrific plan to exterminate the Jews began to unfold, Hitler’s troops entered a Polish town charged with rounding up the Jews and sending them to a ghetto. 524 more words

Rabbi Andrew Jacobs