When I visited Berlin a number of years ago, I was surprised by the number of plaques embedded in the city’s streets that contain the name of Jews sent to their death by the Nazi regime.
The aide reportedly became very close to the 93-year-old woman and was described as her only friend.
‘We are ashamed…these crimes are disgusting.’
I don’t know whether to be horrified beyond belief at Germany’s demand for 410.16 euros or amused in a sick, gallows-humor sort of way.
The ruling is the latest development in the fight against what many Lithuanian Jews consider a power grab by the community’s president.
It feels wrong for the money to go back to this place where her father was held captive.
“The banality of these tasks speaks to the inadequacy of reparations.”
A Jewish organization that provides much needed care and financial assistance to aging survivors of the Holocaust will receive the royalties from the American sales of “Mein Kampf.”
MSNBC host Toure Neblett apologized for a tweet in which he suggested that Jewish survivors of the Holocaust succeeded because they are white.
What does Ta-Nehisi Coates’s call for reparations to African Americans have to do with Jews? Absolutely everything, says Emily L. Hauser.