It would be a mistake to think that the Jews of Ratno, or the Jews of any other town in Europe during Nazi rule, went like sheep to the slaughter.
First Ladies who speak out for good causes, even if it means crossing swords with the president, deserve to be praised for their courage.4
We must recognize the Poles who hurt Jews during WWII, just as we must recognize the ones who helped them.4
An archaeological project and a forthcoming museum seek to shed light on the long presence of Jews in Cologne, Germany.
The Israeli prime minister’s coziness with world leaders who display anti-Semitic tendencies — to put it lightly — is troubling.3
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