The antisemitism spreading across the world seems eerily similar to the hatred of the Nazi rallies of pre-war Germany. In this context, the October 7 massacre became the Kristallnacht of our era.
It was also revealed that the pope had a Nazi dagger adorned with a swastika in his personal chambers.
While the world honors the Holocaust, outrage over calls for the murder of Jews at the University of Michigan is mocked as evidence that Jews are “snowflakes.”
Several dozen of churches across the world are going to keep their lights up on Wednesday night to commemorate the anniversary of Kristallnacht; the Nazi-led pogroms that in 1938 marked the beginning of the Holocaust. The initiative, Light Up the Church, is promoted by Root Source, an organization founded by Gidon Ariel, an Orthodox Jew, […]
It’s true that many Ukrainian nationalists initially welcomed the German invaders as liberators during World War Two. But Ukraine suffered more than Russia from Nazism, with more of its population being killed during the war than any other country.
Qurum does not deny Husseini’s alliance with the Nazis but claims it was an expedient that was the more likely path for a Palestinian state in the region.
Ahead of the 83rd anniversary of Kristallnacht, Eve Kugler, 90, visited her hometown of Halle, Germany, and recalls the horrifying period that led to her family fleeing for their lives.
A dirty trick backfired. But the willingness to excuse using the frightening images of Charlottesville as a partisan ploy makes a mockery of discourse on anti-Semitism.
“As a practicing Catholic writing about the Holocaust in Lithuania, I enter the coming days of Rosh Hoshana and Yom Kippur full of guilt, remorse, and repentance over the sins of my grandfather. I call on the country of Lithuania to do the same.”
In the United Kingdom, a strategy of cultural manipulation and intimidation threatens to push politicians into hostility towards Israel, and it is actively imperiling the security of British Jews.