From my personal experience of directing the Jerusalem office of the Simon Wiesenthal, the toughest “nut to crack,” has always been Israeli television.
Although it’s great that there are so many organizations that have decided to promote this important and existential cause, the problem is that they are not in sync with each other.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center's "Courage to Remember" exhibition intends to remind viewers of the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.
Sadly, not enough is done regarding human rights abuses and war crimes by Russia, Iran, Afghanistan, Syria and China. Only Israel – and by association, the Jews – are treated as the Devil incarnate.
Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center decried the latest series of incidents and called for the Toronto District School Board to immediately address growing antisemitism at its schools.
Also addressing this event is former Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel Yisrael Meir Lau, who is a child Holocaust survivor and President of Yad Vashem.
Faith leaders met to discuss the rise of antisemitism on the 80th anniversary of the Nazi's Wannsee Conference.
Hitler's autobiographical manifesto 'Mein Kampf' describes the roots of his antisemitism and outlines his political ideology and future plans for Germany.
The Museum of Tolerance Jerusalem begins hosting prestigious events ahead of its expected opening in 2023.
Approximately 1,000 Christians and Jews gathered for discussion, musical performances and dancing.