Britain’s right-wing UKIP party has come out in support of passing legislation that would ban the production of ritually slaughtered meat.
Not another biography of David Ben-Gurion, you might say. Think again: Anita Shapira’s new biography is compact but powerful and timely, Jerome A. Chanes explains.
As ‘official’ photographer of the Lodz ghetto, Henrik Ross worked for the Nazis. Despite the collaboration, his camera also helped memory survive.
A controversial artist has drawn cartoon images of ‘The Simpsons’ at Auschwitz. He claims the goal is to raise awareness about the Holocaust. But Anna Goldenberg isn’t convinced.
An easy, delicious dessert for Tu B’Shvat combines chocolate with fruits and nuts connected to the Land of Israel.