yom hashoah

Israel applies to head International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance

The year 2025 will mark the 25th anniversary of IHRA’s establishment and 80 years to the end of World War II.

Bundestag president arrives in Israel ahead of Holocaust Remembrance Day

Bundestag president Bärbel Bas will take part in events marking Holocaust Remembrance Day at the Knesset this week.

27/04/2022

Nearly half of Israelis fear a second Holocaust is coming - poll

The poll, which found that women and the ultra-Orthodox are more worried about another Holocaust, was conducted just days ahead of Holocaust Remembrance Day, starting Wednesday evening, April 27.

Holocaust survivor Edward Mosberg and granddaughter light a memorial torch at the Yom Hashoah ceremo

A rallying cry: What does 'never again' really mean? - opinion

"... Never allowing evil people with murderous motives to pervert Christian ideology"

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett met with young Israeli social media influencers to encourage Israeli

Israel’s top influencers connect youth with Holocaust survivors via Instagram

Israel’s leading artists and content creators held one-on-one meetings with Holocaust survivors and will broadcast them on Yom Hashoah.

Ben Foster plays Holocaust-survivor-turned-boxer in new HBO movie

In "The Survivor," Ben Foster plays real-life Auschwitz-survivor-turned-professional-boxer Harry Haft.

By ANDREW LAPIN/JTA
22/04/2022

#6MILLIONSTEPS: Remember Holocaust, spotlight rising American antisemitism

#6MillionSteps, which is dedicated to the one and a half million children who perished in the Holocaust, launched on Sunday.

05/04/2022

March of Living to resume following two-year hiatus

The March of the Living is due to take place in Poland on April 28, 2022, to mark Israel’s national Holocaust Remembrance Day, Yom HaShoah.

'Creating Beauty from the Abyss': Christian writes book on Holocaust

Book review: "A riveting memoir that should be required reading for this generation."

Commemorating the Holocaust on January 27 is not enough - opinion

Despite the UN's adoption of January 27 as Holocaust Remembrance Day, full acceptance of Jews is still not the norm in the international community.

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