A year after statement sparked controversy, Foreign Ministry says disclosing such information could harm Israel's relations with Poland and reignite old controversies
Rafi Peretz can’t get why calling U.S. Jewish assimilation a 'second Holocaust' is so offensive. It shows that Israel's religious nationalists now have about as much in common with liberal U.S. Jews as Pharisees and Jesus did
Education Minister Peretz's analogy between extermination and assimilation was far more repulsive - but the reactions far more restrained
Green Left, which has publicly endorsed BDS, distances itself from activist, calling remarks 'inappropriate and unacceptable'
American Jewish organization blast remarks by Rafi Peretz as 'inconceivable,' 'irresponsible and disrespectful'
Congressional candidate Dan Bishop said he'd protect 'as many as we can' from not being able to discriminate against LGBTQ people through religious exemption clause
Of 7,144 Macedonian Holocaust victims, only about 150 survived. A series of projects aims to lift the nearly extinct Jewish community of North Macedonia out of oblivion
Principal told a parent: 'I can’t say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event because I am not in the position to do so as a school district employee'
The painting had been placed on the Lost Art List, an official database for artwork suspected to have been stolen by the Nazis
'I thought everybody was supposed to be remembered,' says granddaughter of a Libyan Holocaust survivor, who initiated the change to remove references solely to Europe
When confronted on comment by a parent, William Latson doubled down, saying: 'You have your thoughts, but we are a public school and not all of our parents have the same beliefs'
Eva Mozes Kor once told Haaretz: 'I forgave the Nazis not because they’re good people, but to free myself of the chains of the past and enable me to be a happy person'
18 people were arrested after locking arms as Jewish group invokes the memory of the Holocaust to refer to ICE's treatment of immigrants
A team of archaeologists who unearthed the site say it contains the bodies of at least 40 people, including 12 children
Adidas UK account tweets virtual Arsenal t-shirts carrying anti-Semitic slogans after failing to put safeguards against hate speech for its automatic Twitter campaign
Today it’s hard to find Israelis who boycott German products, but Yael Ben-Yehuda made a name for herself when she refused to read a Volkswagen ad in the 1960s
The Holocaust museum's position that nothing can be compared to the Holocaust, including Trump's border facilities to concentration camps, 'makes learning from the past almost impossible,' open letter says
Berlin also increases social welfare service funding for survivors by 44 million euro
Rabbi Dawid Alter Kurzmann now has a plaque to commemorate his accompanying of the orphans under his care to their deaths during the Holocaust
The mantra ‘never again’ – the clarion call to teach the Holocaust in order to prevent such atrocities in the future – demands we study how those catastrophes occurred and avert their repetition
Historian Uri Kupferschmidt devoted years to uncovering the story of his grandfather, a Dutch maker of stringed instruments who was murdered in the Holocaust
Michael Maor, who lost his parents in the Holocaust, broke into a Frankfurt office and photographed the papers that proved Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann’s guilt
Rep. Ocasio-Cortez drew criticism from some Jewish groups and Holocaust researchers for using term to refer to detention camps in U.S.
It is an earlier incarnation of Auschwitz, a place of indefinite detention for a vilified minority, that we saw on our border this week. The president's executive order offers no evidence this will change
‘I Have Not Used That Word’: Bernie Sanders Distances Himself From AOC’s ‘Concentration Camps’ Comparison
Holocaust historian tells Haaretz that invoking the genocide was a ‘strategic mistake’ for opponents of the Trump administration’s immigration policies
Israel's ambassador to Ukraine pens letter to the mayor of the town that is home to the graves, demanding to abandon the plans to destroy the location that Yad Vashem has toiled to uncover
Three museums commemorating the Shoah face a unique challenge on a continent where 800,000 Tutsis were slaughtered 25 years ago
Anne knew what she wanted and had no shame in writing it. That strength and certainty would have meant the world to me when I was just discovering my sexuality
I recently discovered my grandfather's prisoner card. The words that were written on it – 'Jew' and 'Pole' – seem to signify a lack of national identity