Siavosh Derakhti, a 23-year-old Swedish Muslim, may seem an unlikely champion in the fight against anti-Semitism. But he’s proven himself a tireless defender of the persecuted.
In 1941, the Polish villagers of Jedwabne engaged in an orgy of killing aimed at their Jewish neighbors. Anna Bikont tells this story in her book, ‘The Crime and the Silence.’
In the cities and pine-covered forests of Poland, a murderous hunt took place in the summer of 1942. The Germans called it the Judenjagd — the hunt for the Jews.
In Warsaw, monuments are being planned to honor Poles who sought to save Jews from the Holocaust. But some fear they will distort the role of the ‘righteous gentiles.’
The Council of Jews in Germany receives a river of hate mail. Disturbingly, 60% of the letters come from well-educated Germans, including university professors.
Berlin’s main Jewish organization is nearly dysfunctional amid leadership feuds and an influx of Israelis and Russians. Will it cripple the influence of Germany’s largest community?
Germany’s largest Jewish community is thriving. So why is its main representative group imploding amid financial chaos and fistfights between rival factions?
A government report in Germany says studying the Holocaust has failed to curb anti-Semitism. It calls for the two issues to be separated in the classroom.
A proposal to guarantee the Jewish and Muslim practice of circumcision in Germany faces an uncertain fate in the Bundestag.
Decades after the Holocaust, thousands of Israelis, Jews from the former Soviet Union and even many Americans are actively choosing German citizenship.