The Elie Wiesel Institute for Holocaust Study says the move could affect 'the memory of tens of thousands of Jewish and Roma victims'
Kinglsey jumped at the chance to play in new movie on the Holocaust architect’s capture: 'Every day as promised, I looked at a picture of Elie that I carried in my pocket and said: I’m doing this for you'
The man, whose name was not disclosed by police, is believed to have written in fluorescent pink graffiti the words 'public toilet' and 'Nazi Jew lying in hell with Hitler'
Two bills that have wide Jewish organizational backing, one to enhance the role of the anti-Semitism monitor and the other, named for Elie Wiesel, to make combating genocide a U.S. policy
Museum says Suu Kyi and her party refused to cooperate with investigators, fed hate attacks on the Rohingya and denied reporters access to areas where alleged abuses took place
'He believed strongly in broadcasting the dangers of viewing the other with distrust and suspicion,' Elisha Wiesel says at a memorial service for his father.
'Chapter 0' of the writer’s seminal work sees the Holocaust survivor describing a date in Paris with a young student, revealing his thoughts on life and death.
'He educated the world about the atrocities of the Holocaust and engraved the meaning of 'never again' in our hearts and minds.'
Exhibition, titled 'Elie Wiesel, from Sighet to Moscow via France and Israel,' was launched by Limmud FSU, which organizes Jewish learning conferences in over a dozen countries with large populations of Russian-speaking Jews.
The bill was introduced earlier this month by three congressional members of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council — Reps. Steve Israel, D-N.Y.; Patrick Meehan, D-Pa., and Ted Deutch, D-Fla.
Three U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council members offer a resolution in praise of Wiesel’s contributions to the American understanding of the Holocaust.
In a fragmented community, Wiesel was the closest thing American Jews had to a unifier. Following his death, will another leader rise to take his place?
In the country where most of the victims of the Holocaust were killed, the renowned survivor was mostly ignored or reviled.
Those rushing to tar the renowned Holocaust survivor for his lack of support for Palestinians are no different than those who during his life framed him as a money-grubbing Jew.
Once Elie Wiesel decided Israel was not for him, and before he became a best-selling novelist, he had a serious career as a journalist in Israel. The stories he never published may have been the most telling.
The horrors faced by today’s refugees are different from those suffered during the Holocaust, but one fact remains the same: It is all too easy for ordinary citizens to turn a blind eye.
His lesson: The beast that sleeps in man must not divert us from a holy task.
A Haaretz tribute to the incomparable, pioneering writer of human experience who passed away this week, and who taught the world so much about the cruelty and dignity of mankind.
Professor Wiesel and I spoke every Rosh Hodesh for 25 years. Our conversations were special, but not always easy.
Wiesel was a featured speaker at Free Soviet Jewry rallies, and utilized his growing moral authority to press for Russian Jews’ liberation.
Elie Wiesel was a man of extraordinary courage, with clear opinions and a unique ability to harness this enormous knowledge for the people and the Land of Israel. A eulogy by Yoel Rappel, the director of his archive.
French President Francois Hollande lauds Wiesel as a 'tireless defender of peace'; World Jewish Congress' Ronald S. Lauder says the Nobel laureate's death is the loss of 'the most articulate witness to history's greatest crime.'
Netanyahu says that for Wiesel, Jerusalem represented the Jewish people's perseverance; Rivlin: 'His life was dedicated to the fight against all hatred.'
The Nobel Peace Prize laureate, author and human rights activist passed away on Saturday at 87.
Author and human rights activist made perpetuating the memory of the Shoah his life's work.
Dating from the 1960s, ‘The Choice’ was found by Wiesel’s archivist and has echoes of the author’s 1961 novel ‘Dawn.’
Why does such a great man keep apologizing for a government that betrays his ideals?
Newspaper ads call on Americans to hear the Israeli prime minister's case 'for keeping weapons from those who preach death to Israel' and the U.S.
The senate of the Pontifical University of John Paul II voted unanimously last week to honor the Nobel laureate.
How to murder human beings without using an explosive or a knife, how to empty them from within, how to steal from workers of the land the thing they hold most dear.