“Our protagonist, Justus Rosenberg, is a risk-taker, and his first-hand account of the Nazi hysteria is gripping.”
“It’s been almost a year since I left the museum, actually,” said Professor Dariusz Stola. “I waited quite patiently, I must say.”
Two contestants were kicked off the reality show for an anti-Semitic conversation. A third who remains has expressed support for neo-Nazi ideas.
Alice Frank Stock, who lived in Munich at the time, said the Nazi leader feared that “someone will try and kill him.”
“Showcasing art from both Palestine and Israel will help people see we are more alike than we are different.”
In celebration of Susan B. Anthony’s bicentenary, we look at the legendary social reformer’s Jewish influences and compatriots.
“It’s the policy part, but it’s also the racial element.”
De Courcy’s refrain, repeated after every step towards cataclysm, is that no matter what happened, life on the Riviera remained much the same.
“We often talk about these people as if they were one monolithic group and they’re just not.”
A new book of Holocaust memoirs reveals previously unknown Yiddish fragments from Auschwitz.
Deutch, who will co-chair the campaign’s outreach to Jewish voters, cited the candidate’s advocacy of gun control.
One message must be relayed to the AIPAC audience: the Trump status quo won’t carry over into even the most moderate Democratic administration.
The dictionary said in a statement that it does not police how a word is used.
Forward Editor-in-Chief Jodi Rudoren will be a featured speaker on how the media covers Israel
The university ,noting the resolution was nonbinding, said it had no plans to act on the divestment measure.
Right-wing Israelis have twisted language, accusing us of everything from waging “diplomatic terrorism,” to “PR terrorism” to “terrorism in prison.”
“I’ve already lost you,” the judge said.
“This is not a call to action, it is incitement,” Rep. McCollum said.