We allow our need for civility to dim the light we ought shine on injustice. But without the possibility of goodness, what use is a battle against tyranny?
Holocaust survivor Rabbi Nissen Mangel described the camp’s “selection” — who would live, who would die — in comments on the site of Auschwitz.
— Mel Gibson clearly knows he has a long road to winning back support from the Jewish community. But it seems as if he is willing to try. The movie star — known for a drunken anti-Semitic rant and promoting the idea that the Jews killed Jesus in “The Passion of the Christ” —…
Greek lawmakers passed a parliamentary amendment that will allow descendants of Holocaust survivors from Greece to apply for citizenship. The amendment passed on Thursday was praised on Saturday by the head of the country’s Central Board of Jewish Communities.
Isaac and Roza Blum got married during the war. “We didn’t know if we were going to live, so we wanted to be together,” Isaac said.
“When I found out that the violin was given to a girl in the South Bronx, that’s exactly what I dreamed would happen.”
“We are grateful every day for the chance we were given to survive and thrive,” the survivors write in a letter to the President. “And we urge you to keep the doors open to refugees.”
“Big Sonia” (she’s not even cracking five feet) has been screening at film festivals since last fall.
Martin Greenfield, 88, who’s reported to still work six days a week, lost his entire family at Auschwitz-Buchenwald.
I left my home country in a state of shock.