What are 55K deaths at the camps on the outskirts of Hamburg, compared to Alexander Skarsgård’s cheek bones?
It’s officially the Jewish month of happiness, and here are 5 reasons to celebrate.
A pile of baby-dolls on the red carpet seems to represent corpses.
The New York Times called Hitler’s speech “more moderate in tone than most of his speeches.”
“We found these people in our archives, but we knew nothing about them,” Stefano Bazzano, a fan representative at Hertha Berlin.
Camilla Parker Bowles danced Hava Nagila, artists created a comic about a gay Nazi-resistor, and an Orthodox rabbi became a state representative.
When my Holocaust-surviving mother proposed assisted suicide, I didn’t know what to tell her.
Anti-Semitism, once reserved for the far left and right, has now entered the animal rights movement with a vengeance.
Despite efforts to curb the anti-Semitism, one “can no longer ignore that Jews are unsafe walking the streets of Europe.”
“Of course I disavow and condemn white supremacy and anti-semitism,” Representative Andy Harris wrote in a joint statement.