The Palestine Red Crescent Society acted with impartiality and professionalism in the case of the terror attack on a family driving in the West Bank that left two dead, its parent organization said.
The president of the International Committee of the Red Cross attacked his organization’s World War II record, saying it “lost its moral compass.”
Idealistic young Germans once came to Israel to make amends for the Holocaust. Now they come for a whole different purpose, and Tuvia Tenenbom explains why that’s a problem.
Jewish law tells us to do everything in our power to safely help those around us, Jewish or not. After Sandy, this edict has never been more true.
“What did you expect? Walking skeletons in striped pajamas and yellow stars?” says the Nazi Commandant to his Red Cross visitors in dramatist Juan Mayorga’s haunting play “Way to Heaven” (“Himmelweg”), now playing at the Repertorio Espanol-Gramercy Arts Theater through January 27.