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Good News Friday

I must apologize for the lack of posting during this past week. Life simply got in the way. But never mind, thank goodness it’s Friday and time for another… 1,859 more words

International Relations

Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev(Zionist Jew, Kike) at Yad Vashem: Holocaust must be etched in history of mankind

The horrors of the Holocaust must never happen again and be perennially remembered in history, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Friday during a visit to the Yad Vashem museum in Jerusalem. 622 more words

Daily News

For Immediate Release - Grant from the Elie Wiesel Jewish Studies Center, Boston University

The Center for Professional Education at Boston University has been awarded a competitive grant from Jewish Cultural Endowment Fund of the Elie Wiesel Center for Jewish Studies to hold a one-day workshop “Holocaust Survival and Reunion Stories:  Separating Fact from Fiction Using Genealogical Research Techniques”. 178 more words

Forensic Genealogy

Holocaust and genocide

One of the recent developments in Jerusalem in the past few years has been the construction of a light-rail system across the city. It’s a fast and efficient system which comes close to where I’m staying at St George’s College.  984 more words

Now is the Time...Please Help Honor An American Hero and Friend of the Jews

Hi friends!  Today’s post is somewhat personal, in that I’m going to ask a personal favor.  Will you join me in bringing honor to a man well worth honoring? 577 more words

Current Events

Holocaust survivor Hannah Goslar Pick, a close friend of Amsterdam’s Anne Frank, told us “we have to try and live in peace together”, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, Israel


That admonition was brought home in a most personal way when we had the opportunity to sit spellbound in the Education Center at Yad Vashem, The World Holocaust Remembrance Center, Jerusalem, Israel, and listen to the amazing personal life story of a Holocaust survivor.  2,423 more words