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In wake of controversial Hitler essay, Tenafly unveils Holocaust education program – NorthJersey.com

| July 3, 2021

Tenafly works to include Holocaust history into the schools Tenafly works to include Holocaust history into the schools following student writing an essay from the perspective of Adolf Hitler. Tariq Zehawi, NorthJersey.com Onthe heels of a controversy that left the community reeling, a global human rights organization is partnering with Tenafly to promote Holocaust awareness and turn it into a "teachable moment." "Rather than arguingover what should and shouldnot have been said, we're using this situation as an opportunityto learn,"said Tenafly Mayor Mark Zinna at a Friday morning newsconference at which the initiative was announced.

A hate-filled attack made a grandson of Holocaust survivors understand their experience a little more. But he decided to buck their advice – CNN

| July 3, 2021

That changed when a man wielding a baseball bat came after him in front of his synagogue in Graz, Austria. The building had been repeatedly vandalized and while Rosen managed to reach his car and escape unharmed physically, he was shaken to his core. "After the attack, those warnings of my grandparents had kind of a flashback," he told CNN

Berks museum seeks funding to expand Holocaust education center – 69News WFMZ-TV

| July 3, 2021

MOHNTON, Pa. Dozens of people turned out at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Holocaust education center at the Berks Military History Museum.

Holocaust education nonprofit partners with North Adams WWII artifact hunter to create ‘The Darrell English Collection’ – Berkshire Eagle

| July 3, 2021

NORTH ADAMS Jordana Lebowitz carefully stretched a tape measure along the length of an enamelware pitcher produced by Oskar Schindlers factory during World War II, calling out measurements to her team as they discussed and indexed items from Darrell K.T. Englishs extensive collection of Holocaust-related artifacts. The pitcher, along with one of Schindlers datebooks, an oilcloth Kennkarte with a stamp of a large yellow J and a Nazi childrens book, was among 200 artifacts a small part of English's collection cataloged over five days last week at the North Adams Museum of History and Science, which hosted English and Lebowitz's group

Laconia Human Relations Committee to hold forum on the Holocaust, genocide education – The Laconia Daily Sun

| July 3, 2021

The Laconia Human Relations Committee will hold a forum on the Holocaust and genocide education Wednesday, July 21, at 5 p.m. at the Belknap Mill. Gov

19-year-old shot dead in Nazareth is 42nd Arab victim of gun violence in Israel this year – Haaretz

| July 3, 2021

A 19-year-old man was shot to death Friday night in Nazareth in northern Israel, and police said they have launched an investigation into the suspected murder. Khaled Nakhashwas first taken to the English Hospital in Nazareth in critical condition and was later pronounced dead.

Scientists have revived extinct Israeli wheat strains. Now comes the taste test – Haaretz

| July 3, 2021

Early in the afternoon, shortly after the dozens of invited guests arrived, David Friedy Friedman, chief food technologist of Stybel Flour Mills, and the companys chief baker, Yuval Alhadeff, arranged loaves of bread for tasting on a round table.

Protecting Israels Arabs has become a matter of coalition talks – Haaretz

| July 3, 2021

What journalist Moshe Nussbaum disclosed on Channel 12 News that most Arab criminals are collaborators with the Shin Bet security service and therefore enjoy immunity is something weve sensed after every murder of an Arab, every bomb thrown at a home, every shooting that shattered windows. Our hearts said the police and the security services were to blame, but the Israeli public chose to shut its eyes

Three Middle East countries led the world on vaccines early. Then they went in different directions – CNBC

| July 3, 2021

Two women in face masks walk along a shopping area on April 19, 2021 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Francois Nel | Getty Images News | Getty Images Vaccination campaigns in several Middle East nations raced ahead of the rest of the world at the beginning of 2021

Demolitions begin in occupied East Jerusalems Silwan – Al Jazeera English

| July 3, 2021

Violence erupted after the demolition of a Palestinian business by Israeli forces began in the al-Bustan area of the occupied East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Silwan on Tuesday. Israeli forces accompanied by bulldozers entered the Palestinian neighbourhood and destroyed a butchers shop in Silwan. Soldiers used tear gas and batons to push back residents and Palestinian activists as they carried out the demolition


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