Menachem Z. Rosensaft

Menachem Z. Rosensaft

Menachem Z. Rosensaft teaches about the law of genocide at the law schools of Columbia and Cornell universities. The son of two survivors of Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen, he is the general counsel of the World Jewish Congress and editor of God, Faith & Identity from the Ashes, Reflections of Children and Grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors (Jewish Lights Publishing), available December 2014.
DETAILS ON a Jewish grave in Poland

A brave group of Polish diplomats tried to save my father from the Holocaust

02/21/2019
Ronald Lauder speaks at the World Jewish Congress conference in Budapest, May 5, 2013.

Reliving Jewish history: The World Jewish Congress, 1936-2016

08/02/2017
Europe migrants

We cannot turn our back on today’s refugees

11/25/2015
Jerusalem

The purpose of Holocaust remembrance must be the prevention of other genocides

11/17/2015
A woman stands in front of the Memorial Center during a reburial ceremony

The Srebrenica massacre must be recognized as a genocide

07/18/2015
Bergen-Belsen

The Holocaust did not end at liberation

04/26/2015
Budapest

Let it go?

09/29/2014
US VP Joe Biden and his wife Jill at Yad Vashem

Biden aids Holocaust survivors

12/15/2013
THE INFAMOUS sign at Auschwitz was stolen in 2011 by people thought to be metal thieves.

Ostracize ghouls who peddle Holocaust artifacts

11/07/2013
Henry Kissinger talks to The Washington Post.

A moral compass for the ages

07/29/2013
Claims Conference

A man of integrity who deserved better

07/16/2013
Holocaust remembrance

Yizkor

06/26/2013
Site of Nazi concentration camp Bergen Belsen

Ominous clouds hover once again over Europe

04/20/2013
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk at Euro '12 game

The ‘Polish death camps’ uproar

06/25/2012
Netanyahu and Obama in Washington

President Obama is a friend of Israel

05/28/2012
Site of Nazi concentration camp Bergen Belsen

My mother: A heroine of the Holocaust

04/18/2012

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