The Oscar-winning producer died in his home in Croatia
Malmo, where about a third of the population is Muslim, has seen frequent anti-Semitic harassment and violence
Historian Dina Porat explores the story of 'The Avengers,' some 50 young men and women who planned to poison bread loaves and water supplies distributed to German prisoners after WWII
Authorities respond after Auschwitz survivor Liliana Segre, 89, is targeted by daily barrage of racist abuse on social media
Erez Kaganovitz, a grandchild of Shoah survivors, explains how his new photoblog and exhibition aims to increase awareness among young Americans
After meeting for the first time the offspring of the Mordechai family she helped save during the Holocaust, 92-year-old Melpomeni Dina says she could now 'die quietly'
Denounce Zionism, or we'll downgrade the Holocaust: That's the message of the Benedictine College activists who tried to bully a Holocaust survivor into backing their campaign
Pro-Palestinian Student Walks Out on Holocaust Survivor’s Speech After Accusing Israel of ‘Ethnic Cleansing’
Benedictine University senior called Israeli-Palestinian conflict 'a similar story' to Holocaust, demanded Professor Harold Kasimow condemn the establishment of Israel
The seller, a member of the Yad Vashem Holocaust museum council, refused to hand the letter over to the family of the slain girl or to give it to the Yad Vashem archive
'When we go outside the goyim beat us and throw stones at us (...) I would very much like to go to Eretz Israel [where] I could respond to the attackers, not like here where I am afraid,' one of the letters says
Five-episode show to cover story of John Demjanjuk, identified by Holocaust survivors as a cruel Treblinka death camp guard
They believed in a just society and wanted to teach Palestinians Yiddish. The Bund’s center in Israel closes, marking the end of a movement that offered a radical alternative to mainstream Zionism
More than 100 German cities and towns have instituted programs meant to reacquaint refugees and survivors with their homes prior to war
Was a Judenrat member a traitor to his people? A new study addresses a little-discussed chapter in Holocaust history, and recalls how Israel's early judicial system dealt with Jews who collaborated with Nazis
Kalman Perk escaped a death train and went on to found the anatomy and physiology department and the Koret School of Veterinary Medicine at Hebrew University
Nina Dinar, 93, has loved dogs since childhood and that saved her in a Nazi labor camp in Poland
Chiune Sugihara, a government official of samurai heritage, put aside career, family and reputation to do the right thing, which was to issue transit visas to Jews fleeing the Nazis
Polish Kazimierz Albin 'saw it as his most important duty to speak about Auschwitz and his murdered fellow inmates,' International Auschwitz Committee says
Agreement on payment of benefits follows months of talks between Israel and Germany
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
In its first performance in Israel, 'Yiddish Glory' played the lost songs of lost Jews in a nearly lost language
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'
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
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
In a new film and biography, Billionaire Frank Lowy – who now lives in Tel Aviv – returns to the days when he was Pinchas Levy, a 13-year-old boy whose resourcefulness saved his family
The Democratic lawmaker sparked controversy by using the term to refer to migrant detention centers in the U.S.
Three museums commemorating the Shoah face a unique challenge on a continent where 800,000 Tutsis were slaughtered 25 years ago
Of the 300 who attempted the perilous escape from Sobibor camp, only 50 eventually survived the Holocaust. Semyon Rozenfeld was one
Recent Haaretz story on poignant wartime journal written by teen Jewish girl Judit Ornstein leads to surprising new discoveries — including how the diary ended up in Israel and the identity of a mystery man called 'Ephraim Gross'