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The comments earned a swift rebuke from leading Jewish institutions in the United States.
Israeli Supreme Court overturned death sentence due to reasonable doubt.
Now aged 50, Meili says he would do it all again despite the upheaval of exile from Switzerland's close-knit society, which traditionally values unity and conformity.
Who were the Gurlitts? For several generations they were a prestigious artistic family in love with German Expressionism and the avant-garde.
By ELAINE MARGOLIN
Eric Lichtblau elucidates how Nazis found refuge in the US – and the deals the country offered them to secure their departure.
By EFRAIM ZUROFF
In 2017 we are not only witnessing the dilution of Holocaust history, we are also being subjected to an abuse of Holocaust memory.
By MICAH HALPERN
By JOHN Q. BARRETT
When Oskar Groening's appeal was rejected,the decision paved the way for additional prosecutions of any person still unpunished who served in the Nazis’ six death camps.
The new German prosecution policy is a far better reflection of the reality of the crimes committed by the Nazis during World War II than previous iterations.
What makes the Rwandan genocide so unspeakable was not only the horror of the genocide itself, but the fact that it was preventable. No one can say that we did not know – we knew, but we did not act.
By IRWIN COTLER
The trial was a watershed in advancing the principle of international accountability for crimes of aggression, war crimes and crimes against humanity.
By BRUCE J. EINHORN
The Western world is facing an unprecedented threat from a global eclipse of reason.
By MELANIE PHILLIPS
Over the past decade Israel has gone to great lengths to fulfill one of the dying wishes of Theodor Herzl, the founding father of modern political Zionism.
By MICHAEL FREUND
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