Is It Time to Recognize the Jewish Oskar Schindlers?

26,000 gentiles have been honored for their efforts saving Jews during WWII. Israeli politicians' attempts to also laud heroic Jews has triggered a heated debate among Holocaust scholars and experts.

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This summer, the Jewish Rescuers Citation was awarded posthumously to Wilfrid Israel, a long-forgotten German Jew. He saved the lives of thousands of Jews during the Holocaust, but lost his life in 1943 when,...