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World War II
A war without a winner
Another lesson that is much more self-evident in our region than in Europe: Bloody conflicts cannot be resolved merely by entering negotiations and signing a piece of paper that is destined to lay abandoned in an archive, a silent witness to the folly of our leaders.
Reversing his decision, Macron decides not to honor Vichy leader Pétain
“Nothing will obscure or make us forget the Pétain who betrayed, collaborated, and infamously signed and implemented the decree on the status of the Jews,” said French government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux.
Macron plans to honor Philippe Pétain, leader of Vichy France in World War II
The move has led to an immediate backlash from Jewish groups, political opponents and social-media users.
The connection between WWI armistice and WWII Kristallnacht
For Jews, the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht and the centennial of the end of World War I are occasions for profound historical reflection, in a year that has already witnessed the 70th anniversary of the State of Israel’s creation.
Netanyahu thanks Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov for defending Israel in EU
Yossi Lempkowicz and JNS Staff
The excellent bilateral relations between Bulgaria and Israel could be deepened and developed in a number of sectors, including technology.