Historian Gideon Greif has dedicated his life to clearing the name of Auschwitz's Sonderkommando and exposing the 'pure Jewish heroism' of their revolt.
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Sebastian Gorka, Trump’s high-profile deputy assistant, had worked with openly racist and anti-Semitic groups and public figures and has a penchant for symbols linked with Hungary’s World War II-era Nazi sympathizers.
Those who knew the 47-year-old anchor of CNN’s 'The Lead' back at Jewish day school just outside Philadelphia are not surprised to see where Tapper ended up.
Though Jesus has traditionally been a taboo subject among observant Jews, he has served as a common theme for modern Jewish painters and writers. Now the Israel Museum is devoting an exhibition to portraying the way local artists have engaged in dialogue with 'that person'.
A top adviser to the far-right presidential candidate says 'everybody will understand the utility of this sacrifice ... to promote French unity.' Not so fast.
Ukrainian director Sergei Loznitsa makes a powerful point in 'Austerlitz': It's easy to forget to engage with the place you're visiting – even if it's the site of one of history's most horrid tragedies.
A new show at the Israel Museum illustrates the extensive presence of Jesus in Jewish and Israeli art. But when it comes to explaining the attraction to this figure, the thrust of the exhibition is misguided.
Opinion No, Donald Trump Is Not an anti-Semite. Accusing Him of Being One Dangerously Misses the Point
In order to fight Trump, we must stop being so righteous and admit to ourselves that he is simply an opportunist who stokes racism for his own purposes.
Netanyahu and Kushner are paraded as Trump's Jewish 'cover.' But the truly powerful Jewish voices in American politics, fighting anti-Semitism and immoral orders, aren't in the White House. They’re in Congress.
A Final Note From Kafka, a Trove of Manuscripts, and a Trial That Left an Israeli Heiress 'Destitute'
Eva Hoffe opens up about the ruling that forced her to transfer author Max Brod's estate – including Franz Kafka's papers – to Israel's National Library, about her parents' special relationship with Brod, and about her life in poverty.