An anti-Semitism expert and ex-Austrian envoy debate: Does boycotting the far right entrench their bigotry, or safeguard our values? Should we make a 'safe space' to talk to Europe's racist, anti-Semitic extreme right?
How did the definition, that few (if any) were familiar with, turn into a hotly controversial, international issue? | Opinion
The moral obligation still exists to the survivors and the dead to repair a historic injustice.
Within a few years, about half of the world's 500,000 Shoah survivors will pass away, and the opportunity will be missed to ameliorate their suffering.
Erwin Miller describes the atrocities that took place at Jasenovac, a primitive and brutal Croatian concentration camp, but he also depicts the compassion of its inmates and their resolve to uphold the dignity of mankind.
The organization's charter is directly based on the Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
In 2016, 70 years after Hitler’s death, the Bavarian government is due to permit the publication of his bestseller- But the book’s legal status after copyright expiration is still unclear.
Is the state of the Jewish Diaspora in fact as rosy as an article by David Landau published in The Economist claims?
In the eyes of the ultra-Orthodox, the fight to make halakha (Jewish law) the law of the land is justified on all counts, especially in light of the Holocaust.
Namely, the inspiration he gave Hitler. The argument that the composer's music elevates every soul is nullified in the face of this.
Yosef Gorny's study of the way Jewish newspapers covered the Holocaust dispels the myth that the media knew more than they let on.