Yehuda Bauer is a professor emeritus at the Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry at Hebrew University.
The charge that International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance is a tool of the Israeli government can only be described as anti-Semitic
Whenever you speak of the Holocaust, you talk about Iran and not about the Holocaust. The comparisons between Iran of today and the Holocaust are baseless
Opinion Israel's Stupid, Ignorant and Amoral Betrayal of the Truth on Polish Involvement in the Holocaust
We accepted the mendacious official Polish narrative, and swallowed it. And we legitimized the government's campaign to harass, fine and impoverish Polish liberals, academics, journalists and simply honest people who expose Poles' involvement in the crimes of the Holocaust
It must be said that this American culture is a culture of violence. In such a culture there are also acts bordering on sadism, like separating children from their parents
Where are the scholars and academics who could weigh in expertly on the recent 'Polish death camps' bill?
Israel is not an exception: Only rarely do peoples learn from their own history and we, too, have not learned anything.
At heart, the United States is a violent society that is founded on the blood of others – that's why I spurned offers to move there from Israel
'They don’t want us?' American Jews can say of Israel. 'Let Israel take care of itself.' Hezbollah, Syria, Iran and Hamas will be pleased
When it comes to its treatment of liberal Jews in the United States and Israel, it may well be
Someone who loves music but doesn’t understand it must learn so as to express an opinion
A global vision is needed to oppose the world’s religious-nationalist-rightist governments, starting with a call to Facebook and Twitter to muffle hatred online
Antiliberalism is spreading throughout the entire world, but the wind blows in the opposite direction too.
Using the term 'radical Islam' allows nonradical or antiradical Muslims — and they are the majority — to come out against such murderous acts.
Prof. Daniel Blatman objects to 'Judeo-centrist' Holocaust studies, but after all, Jews weren't brought to Treblinka merely because they were human beings.
Why the Americans could not have bombed the death camp until July 1944, and why the 2003 flyover there was a mistake. A response to Ari Shavit.
Washington has made two mistakes: assuming both sides want peace and that it can't force its will on them.
Bombing Iran, not Iran's bomb, could destroy Israel.
On the 70th anniversary of Hitler's invasion of the USSR, a senior Holocaust researcher proposes a theory to explain the reason why the Fuehrer led his people into war.
"Kedekel Bamidbar" ("As a Palm Tree in the Desert") by Zvi Ankori, translated into English by Evelyn Abel and Jessica Seton, Gefen Books, $18
No one questions Israel's right to prevent mass illegal immigration for purely economic reasons. However, those who are escaping from Darfur and southern Sudan do not belong to that category of refugee. They are fleeing the threat of genocide.
The historical experience of past generations teaches, it seems, that totalitarian regimes either fall as a result of external intervention or collapse due to internal reasons. Opposition without force does not topple them.
Despite our professional difference about the Jewish and German roles in the Holocaust, Raul Hilberg was a good friend of mine. Like me, he was a total atheist, and a warm Jew in every sense.
It is impossible for a modern state to exist without a monopoly over military, police or other power, and over its use in accordance with the law. When an alternative center of power is established, causing a significant number of citizens to stop recognizing the government?s authority, the government is undermined.
The Lubavitcher Rebbe,Rabbi Menachem Schneerson described the Holocaust by comparing God to a surgeon who amputates a patient's limb in order to save his life.
The genocide of the Gypsies at the hands of Nazi Germany is not only a historic subject but a current events issue.