Shoah
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During the last week of March, 19 HAFTR seniors had the opportunity to participate in a life-changing mission to Poland, and I was fortunate enough to be one of those students. On this trip, we … more
On Yom HaShoah, DRS had the privilege to hear from Shimon Felder, a survivor of Bergen-Belsen and grandfather of DRS Junior Jesse Felder. Felder delivered a powerful message of Emunah in Hashem, and … more
When I first invited Rav Binyomin Kamenetzky to speak about his participation in the 1943 march by rabbis in Washington, I assumed he had spoken about that episode on many previous occasions. I was … more
One of the reasons Beckah Restivo is glad she attended George Washington University is the school’s proximity to the U.S. Holocaust … more
On Yom Ha’Shoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, the talmidim of Rambam Mesivta High School in Lawrence demonstrated that they remember — and they did so in an way meant to make it harder for … more
The keynote speaker at Sunday night’s Five Towns Community-Wide Holocaust Commemoration said that tolerance, obviously missing from Europe in the years surrounding World War II, is the … more
President Donald Trump paid extended tribute to the memory of the Holocaust and to Israel in a speech to the World Jewish Congress. Given via prerecorded video at the opening dinner of … more
President Donald Trump’s missile strike against Syria inaugurates a new chapter in the long and controversial history of American responses —and sometimes non-responses — to mass … more
We interrupt this Passover to bring you two news bulletins: Bashar Assad is worse than Hitler. The Soup Nazi was almost a real Nazi. Let’s start with the second revelation, since Sean … more
From Anne Frank’s diary to Elie Wiesel’s “Night,” books about the Holocaust remain some of the most powerful and well-known pieces of literature published in the past century. … more
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