The Organization of Bergen-Belsen Survivors in Israel asked a Tel Aviv court to halt the sale, calling it “trade in the Holocaust.”
The assignment on double negatives asked: “Does it seem possible or impossible to you that the Nazi extermination of the Jews never happened?”
“It is a document that describes in terse, legal language the phenomenal depth of agony.”
Pete Buttigieg posed at the Berlin Holocaust memorial, with his husband Chasten writing “this guy” as a caption.
“Despite everything, I am very grateful to life for everything,” said Andor Stern, who is recognized as the only Brazilian-born survivor.
A New York state judge commenced the closure of the Donald J. Trump Foundation after a lawsuit alleging “persistently illegal conduct.”
Principal WIlliam Lawton told a parent: “I can’t say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event.”
“It’s very hard for anybody to call me — whose family was wiped out by Hitler, who spent time in Israel — an anti-Semite,” said Bernie Sanders.
It is the first time in its 30-year history that the building has been targeted.
Between 21 and 26 percent said Jews had too much power over the business world, global affairs and the media.