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Adolf Eichmann was one of the key figures responsible for the Holocaust. He was a lieutenant colonel in the feared Nazi SS unit. He received official orders from Reinhardt Heydrich, the SS Commander, to manage and facilitate the transportation and logistics of deporting Jews from their ghettos and to the extermination camps. He was captured in 1960 by the Mossad and was hanged a couple of years afterward after being tried in an Israeli court.
Former Supreme Court Justice and founding EMET prize committee chair Gabriel Bach recalls his involvement in historic Eichmann and Demjanjuk trials.
"Wiesenthal - The Life and Legends" reveals he provided Israel with intelligence on neo-Nazis and German scientists.
‘Operation Finale’ is a color-by-numbers post-WWII political thriller
By KATIE WALSH
Actor Nick Kroll said the film about the capture of Adolf Eichmann was a victory story 'rife with questions of morality.'
By AMY SPIRO
Reflect on a range of famous operations allegedly pulled off by the Mossad over the years.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Hollywood will be taking on at least four thrilling Mossad operations in films slated for next year.
Over the past month, women and men around the globe have been speaking out about assault and harassment they suffered in the past. Some have brought up events from decades ago.
The Mossad is not just another intelligence agency like the CIA or MI6. It prides itself as the protector of Jews wherever they are, serving as the long arm of the Jewish people’s cry for justice.
By YOSSI MELMAN
National carrier will touch down in Buenos Aires for first time since the Holocaust mastermind was smuggled out of the country to be tried in Israel.
By HERB KEINON
Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee chairman Avi Dichter suggested that the activists have become more aggressive because the Palestinian issue is less prominent lately.
By LAHAV HARKOV
President Reuven Rivlin said, “The Eichmann trial broke the conspiracy of silence.”
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The Hannah Arendt movie explores the notion that great evil can be caused by ordinary people who choose to follow orders blindly
By RENEE GHERT-ZAND
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