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SS guard, 92, to go on trial in Germany for Nazi crimes
August 8, 2019
Bruno Dey is charged as an accessory to murders committed at the Stutthof concentration camp from August 1944 to April 1945.
Nazi-stolen artwork, vases returned to Jewish families in Germany after 80 years
August 6, 2019
“We hope this success story will encourage others to keep researching and pushing auction houses and governments to return the thousands of other Nazi stolen items on the market to their rightful owners,” said U.S. ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell.
Lithuania votes to find new name for street heralding Nazi collaborator
July 25, 2019
The final tally in the Vilnius city council decision to change the name of Kazio Skirpos Street was 21-16.
July 24, 2019
The mufti’s war against the Jews
In 1937, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Amin al-Husseini released an “Appeal to All Muslims of the World,” urging them “to cleanse their lands of the Jews” and laying the foundation for the anti-Semitic arguments used by radical Arab nationalists and Islamists to this day.
Pro-Israel groups slam Omar comparing BDS to boycotts of Nazi Germany, Soviet Union
July 18, 2019
“Millions of Holocaust survivors and their descendants, as well refugees from Soviet oppression living in Israel, will find such comparisons unfathomable,” said Democratic Majority for Israel president and CEO Mark Mellman. “I find them odious. In an effort led by parties of the left, the German Parliament officially labeled BDS as ‘anti-Semitism’—and they were right.”
Endowment for Middle East Truth
Sarah N. Stern
July 12, 2019
Lessons in the appeasement of Iran
The Iranians are masters of double speak and have brazenly manipulated most of the international community into blaming the United States for violating the terms of the 2015 nuclear deal.
Dutch national railway company to pay compensation to Holocaust victims
June 30, 2019
Holocaust survivor Salo Muller, whose parents were murdered in Auschwitz, initiated the campaign to confront the company and urge it to embrace its responsibility in collaborating with the Nazis.
California man indicted for plotting synagogue shooting
June 18, 2019
Felony criminal threats and gun-possession charges have been filed against Ross Anthony Farca after he allegedly posted a series of threats against Jews on Steam, a popular video-game platform.
Film to be made about Nuremberg Trials 99-year-old prosecutor Ben Ferencz
June 6, 2019
In his first trial, all 22 Nazi officials who were tried for murdering more than 1 million people were convicted.
Volkswagen to fund an ADL office in Germany
June 4, 2019
“We have more obligation than others,” said Volkswagen Group CEO Herbert Diess. “The whole company was built up by the Nazi regime.”
Episode in new Netflix series mocks diarist Anne Frank
May 30, 2019
“If you’re offended by anything you see tonight,” declares Jeff Ross, the host, who dons a yellow Star of David armband, “just do what FDR did—and look the other way.”
Trump climate adviser: ‘Demonization’ of carbon dioxide akin to ‘demonization of Jews under Hitler’
May 28, 2019
William Happer is a physics professor emeritus at Princeton University.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee cites free speech, declines action against student exhibiting Nazi sign
May 17, 2019
“Please know that we emphatically renounce such hateful symbols and do not support or condone any viewpoint that is hurtful, harmful or disparaging,” said university chancellor Mark Mone.
The Sephardi Perspective
May 14, 2019
Palestinian anti-Semitism spilled into the Arab world
Wherever the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, went, persecution and mayhem against the local Jews followed.
May 2, 2019
The Arab chapter of the Holocaust
From the Muslim SS division to the murderous “Farhud” pogrom in Baghdad and the wretched concentration camps of North Africa, we must never forget.