Police investigating graffiti found at entrance to Tel Aviv embassy. On Saturday, Polish PM said Holocaust had Polish perpetrators 'just as there were Jewish ones'
After years of focusing on anti-Semitism, more and more historians are daring to deal with a subject long considered untouchable
'We're not an anti-Semitic party,' Freedom Party member tells Yehuda Glick ahead of latter's slated meeting with Austrian Vice Chancellor Strache
Gideon Rubin couldn’t believe it when his wife presented him with a copy of Hitler’s autobiography to help him on his latest work. It’s now the ‘black heart’ at the center of his new exhibition in London
CNN's Alisyn Camerota interviewed Holocaust denier and Nazi Arthur Jones, a GOP primary candidate running unopposed in Illinois
Efforts are ramping up to ban the 16th annual march celebrating a pro-Nazi general killed by the Communists, but the courts keep telling Sofia’s mayor she has no right to intervene
FashMaps uses neo-Nazi and white supremacist message boards to find out where they reportedly live and congregate, and pinpoints the locations on a ‘Nazis in Your Neighborhood’ map
'Nazis have no place in our nation’s democracy, and to that end, we will continue to vehemently oppose everything Mr. Jones stands for'
Polish President Approves Controversial Holocaust Bill, but Sends It to Courts for Further Discussion
The controversial bill, which was approved last week by the Polish parliament, led to a serious crisis in relations between Israel and Poland
The great majority of these survivors live in France today, with some 3,900 of them living in Israel. Those eligible will receive a one-time payment of 2,556 euros