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“Jewish people can be beautiful people, but there’s ideologies associated with that that I don’t agree with...Jews today are a remnant of the tribe of Judah that rejected Christ.”
Fitzgerald has also compared Planned Parenthood to a concentration camp.
The comments earned a swift rebuke from leading Jewish institutions in the United States.
By ISI LEIBLER
TO ISRAELIS, at least those who frequent the concerts of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the name of violin virtuoso Bronislaw Huberman is well known because Huberman was the founder of the IPO, and in creating the orchestra succeeded in saving the lives of many great European musicians, who in all likelihood would have remained in Europe only to be murdered by the Nazis.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Nearly 27,000 days have elapsed since January 17, 1945, the day of his disappearance – agonizing days for his loved ones, for the people he saved and for all those who cherish his courageous legacy.
By BARUCH TENEMBAUM AND EDUARDO EURNEKIAN
Russia still keeps documents and artifacts taken by the Nazis from Jewish communities and people.
By OLIVER CYRUS
The apparent increased mention of Hitler’s name in the public domain and the desensitization to its use are among many indicators of the gradual breakdown of normative behavior in Western society.
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD
Remembering the 2000 Berlin Jews saved by German women.
By NATHAN STOLTZFUS AND MORDECHAI PALDIEL
Poles overwhelmingly acquiesced to Nazi rule in good part because of their legitimate fears.
By ROBERT CHERRY
More than 5000 pieces from Operation Bernhard will be donated to the museum over several years.
By GEORGE MEDOVOY
What justification is there for the new law banning use of the term ‘Polish death camps’?
By DANNY ORBACH
The indifference of so many to the horrors of the Holocaust stems from a lack of proper education, ongoing 'black propaganda' and disinformation.
By ADNAN OKTAR
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