The anti-Jewish riots known as Kristallnacht happened 83 years ago.
Tuesday marks 83 years since Kristallnacht when anti-Jewish demonstrations broke out across Germany, Austria and parts of Czechoslovakia.
Digitally reconstructed synagogues will be projected on buildings in Germany during a commemoration ceremony for Kristallnacht.
From the Walls of the Old city in Jerusalem, to Jerusalem square in Paris.
International March of the Living launched the ‘Let There Be Light’ global initiative in which individuals, institutions and houses of worship leave their lights on during the night of November 9.
The Great Synagogue in Budapest will be illuminated throughout the night and messages from Holocaust survivors, leaders, and students from around the world will be projected onto its walls.
This week, Jews all over the world commemorate the 83rd anniversary of Kristallnacht, “The Night of Broken Glass,” named after the windows of Jewish businesses and homes that were shattered in 1938.
This initiative continues against the backdrop of rising antisemitism already witnessed throughout 2021.
The story of the Hale Family, by Kevin Hale.
The Terminator star compared the two events, arguing that both their occurrences are a result of people being told lies about political elections.