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As I sit down to write this week’s column, I’m thinking about what I will eat before and after the fast (I’d rather not think about the … more
Anyone teaching the past by skipping over the unpleasant parts isn’t teaching history. They are engaged in propaganda. Jewish tradition understands this. … more
Armani, known for being sleek and polished, recently stumbled. Big time. It all started in early April when a private citizen named Janet Rosenblatt spotted a striped jacket in the window of … more
As the world marks Yom Hashoah — Holocaust Memorial Day — this week, the enduring strength of the Jewish family is on full view in a new online exhibition … more
Volkswagen chief executive Herbert Diess issued a public apology after using the line Ebit macht frei at a company event. The phrase echoed the words arbeit macht frei, meaning “work sets you … more
UJA-Federation of New York is campaigning to insert into New York State’s estimated $103.4 billion budget an allocation of $2.5 million in aid for poverty-stricken Holocaust survivors. … more
Twenty years ago this week, my book, “IBM and the Holocaust,” exposed with crystal clarity — backed up with a literal tower of physical documentation — that IBM knowingly … more
Elie Wiesel penned his first memoir about being a Jewish prisoner in the Auschwitz and Buchenwald concentration camps while traveling on a ship from Europe to Brazil in 1954. Later, reworking … more
The normalization of relations between Israel and Morocco and the US recognition of Moroccan sovereignty over the disputed Western Sahara have stirred interest in the history of Morocco’s … more
This weekend marks 75 years since the start of the Nuremberg tribunals, which tried leaders of Nazi Germany for their part in the Holocaust and other war crimes. A clear line links these … more
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