Holocaust

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On the Council for Aid to Jews

Known to the anti-Nazi underground as "Marek," Ferdynand Arczynski's purpose in life during WWII was to help Poland's Jews survive the Holocaust.

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A Must-See Exhibit: ‘Auschwitz: Not Long Ago. Not Far Away.’

Inside this new exhibit in New York City, you’ll find 20 galleries with more than 700 original objects and 400 photographs reports JNS.

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The Return of Avraham Sutzkever

Avraham Sutzkever has been called "the greatest Yiddish poet who ever lived," but was also a hero of the Holocaust who then made aliyah (immigrated to Israel).

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Bibi Denounces ‘Systematic Vilification’ of Israel

In his Holocaust memorial address, PM Netanyahu lauded Israel's ascent from the ashes, but warned of the threats the nation still faces.

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What Starts with Words Ends Up with Horrible Things

A 90-year-old Holocaust survivor who keeps a promise he made to his murdered father by talking about the Holocaust is shocked at today's rise in anti-Semitism.

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Sirens Wail as Israel Stops to Remember Holocaust

The entire Jewish state came to a standstill on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) to commemorate the six million Jews who were murdered during this dark chapter in history.

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Story of Holocaust Victim Aims at a New Generation

Just like Anne Frank's tragic tale told the story of the Holocaust, a fictional Instagram account of an actual young girl murdered by the Nazis is reaching today's young people.

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Stories of Awful Tragedy and Supreme Heroism

PM Netanyahu met with the six Holocaust survivors who will light torches on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) and listened as they shared their stories.

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Bibi and Trump Mark Holocaust Remembrance Day

PM Netanyahu met with Holocaust survivors, leading many other world leaders in observing the international day of remembrance.

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Photo Friday: For Man Is the Tree of the Field

From a distance, this looks like a tree at Yad Vashem, Israel's Holocaust memorial. But on closer look, the tree's leaves are 600 people.

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Canary in the Mine

As anti-Semitism rears its ugly head in the 21st century, Yad Vashem is educating future generations about the Holocaust.

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US Signs Elie Wiesel Genocide Prevention Act

Donald Trump signed into law an act — named for the late Holocaust survivor and writer — to improve the United States' response to emerging and potential genocides around the globe.

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Photo Friday: Silence in the Streets

On Yom HaShoah, life came to a standstill in the Holy Land when drivers and pedestrians stopped for a moment of silence to remember the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust.

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Photo Friday: In My People’s Darkest Hour

PM Netanyahu marked the dedication of a memorial to diplomats who saved Jewish lives during the Holocaust.

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Why We Must Speak for the Three Million Who Can’t

A Fellowship writer and granddaughter of Holocaust survivors takes a look at a controversial new law in Poland that Israel and the U.S. have spoken out against.

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The City of the Dead

Israeli Knesset member Yair Lapid writes about how the memory of the Treblinka death camp reminds us that anti-Semitism is still alive and well today.

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Photo Friday: So the Light Answers

On Hanukkah 1931, a Jewish family defied the Nazis with their

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Holocaust Survivors Celebrate Bar Mitzvahs at Western Wall

More than 70 years after WWII ended, The Fellowship helped 45 survivors of the Holocaust at long last celebrate their bar and bat mitzvahs at the holiest site in Judaism.

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French Memorial to Young Holocaust Victims Vandalized

A memorial in Lyon, France, that remembers those from the Children's Home of Izieu who were deported to Auschwitz has been defaced.

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Until the Last Step

In the fourth Holocaust documentary by Israeli filmmaker Boris Maftsir, we learn of the horrors the Nazis perpetrated in Belarus during World War II, as well as the heroic resistance that was shown.

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