“Sometimes I meet people, and I think, what the heck, how are they so bloody strong?”
The scribe, Samuel ben Jacob, also wrote the famed Leningrad Codex.
A unique Holocaust chronicler is coming to Chicago.
Israel’s difficulties with the international community are as old as the state itself. Trump would do well to study that history.
Israel was represented at a recent event marking Holocaust Remembrance Day by Minister of Education Naftali Bennet, who preceded in his brief remarks to make the most elementary of historical mistakes on the Holocaust.
Over thousands of years, the Dead Sea’s sediment and its trapped olive pollen built into layers meters thick. This is the memory of the land, trapped in sediment. In this memory, we also glimpse the future.
Paraguay’s Mennonite community hosted a recent conference to discuss its historical ties to the Nazis before and during World War II.
Kurt Godel claimed to have found “inner contradictions” in the U.S. constitution that could legally lead to a fascist dictatorship.
In the Fall of 1936, Sam Sherman, an officer of the historically Jewish Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity (PhiEp) circulated a call to his fellow Greeks asking for funds to help Central European Jewish student refugees. The plea intended to assist young men who had been prohibited from completing their university studies because of Hitler’s rise to power. “As fraternity men, as college men, as human beings, we cannot ignore this opportunity for service,” Sherman wrote. “There is a real danger that if we do not act now, we will never be able to help…These men are the cream of German Jewish youth…Won’t you help save one man from being entombed in Germany?”
Sean Spicer eats two and a half packs of orbit before noon each day. Where did the White House Press Secretary’s favorite breakfast come from?