This is merely a small selection of outbursts of Holocaust distortion and denial the USHMM did not comment on.
After Zelensky’s inauguration, Ukraine will become the only country outside Israel to have a Jewish president
“Such analogies cheapen not just the victims’ memory but our national discourse.”
When conservatives smear liberals for their hesitancy to go after dictators, they should look back on all the dictators they supported.
Biden’s efforts at assembling an apology to Hill can best be described as a little bit trying, and a little bit lying.
The outcry over Corbyn exposes a double standard among Jewish leaders: anti-Semitism in certain places is denounced and in other, treated with silence
You implied that the piece was based on “Russian disinformation.” But my article wasn’t published by Sputnik; it was published by the Forward.
As a former refugee, I recognize the trauma that migrant children experience — and years after my journey, I know the pain their parents feel.
A wave of anti-Semitism has swept over Ukraine. In the past three weeks alone, a far-right leader publicly called for cleansing Ukraine of zhidi (a slur equivalent to “kike”); a Holocaust memorial in Ternopil was bombed; hundreds marched through Lviv, in honor of an SS unit, complete with Nazi salutes; “Death to Zhidi” graffiti was scrawled in two cities; a revered rabbi’s tomb was vandalized; a Romani camp in Kiev was attacked and burned by far-right nationalists, and hundreds rocked out at a neo-Nazi concert clad in swastikas and throwing up Nazi salutes.
Congress needs to recognize state-sponsored Holocaust revisionism for what it is — a warning sign of far right resurgence.