The Anne Frank House publishes report debunking common belief that Anne Frank and her family were denied entry to the U.S. as refugees. In reality, their request was never processed
To mark what would have been Anne Frank’s 89th birthday, the museum has launched a virtual reality tour of the famous quarters
Dirty jokes and mentions of sex, prostitution and contraception were recently deciphered in two pages of Anne Frank’s diary
Foundation founded by Otto Frank says 'justice, respect, and accepting difference' are 'pillars of NIF's work'
Opinion Fleeing Brutality and Genocide, I Was Sure in Israel, Anne Frank’s People Wouldn’t Deny Us Refuge
I first met Anne Frank in a makeshift library in an Ethiopian refugee camp. When I hear how refugee friends who left Israel for Rwanda have been trafficked, enslaved or drowned, I ask: Does Israel remember her message?
Thirteen Lazio supporters were found guilty of applying the stickers and banned from going to sports events
Rabbi Susan Silverman, sister of U.S. comedian Sarah, is behind initiative to support some 40,000 Sudanese and Eritrean migrants who are facing forced deportation from Israel
The creators of ‘Waltz With Bashir’ have transformed the Holocaust diarist’s words into a graphic novel that complements, but can never replace, the original
Anne Frank Foundation says that the connection of Anne Frank and a train leads to associations with Nazi deportation of Jews during World War II
'He thought he could get away from the scandal by turning up at the synagogue with a bunch of flowers,' says one community member. 'We expected concrete steps, not trivial gestures'