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A Jewish Doctor’s 1942 Letter From the Shoah: ‘We Cannot Fight Anymore All Is Lost.’ Detroit Jewish News – The Jewish News

| August 27, 2022

This month marks a sad date in the history of our family. Eighty years ago this month, a letter was written to us in the midst of the horrors of the Nazi onslaught of World War II

JFS Receives $50,000 Renewal Grant That Will Assist Holocaust Survivors Detroit Jewish News – The Jewish News

| August 27, 2022

Jewish Family Service of Metropolitan Detroit is proud to have received a $50,000 renewal grant that will go toward serving Holocaust survivors across Michigan in partnership with Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County and Flint Jewish Federation. This donation comes as a result of the partnership among the USC Shoah Foundation, UJA-Federation of New York and the Jewish Federations of North America.

The Holocaust bus tour that was truly a trip to hell (snack bar included) – Forward

| August 27, 2022

Jerry Stahl promoting "Nein, Nein, Nein!" at The 92nd Street Y. Photo by Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images By Jim SullivanAugust 25, 2022 Editors note: This article contains discussion of suicide. Jerry Stahl was on a bus tour of what he calls Naziland three concentration camps and related museums in Eastern Europe six years ago when his understanding of how the world perceives the Shoah did a somersault

The Startup Bridging Theology and Technology – Analytics India Magazine

| August 27, 2022

While attending a conference at Oxford, Stephen Smith heard about the death of an acquaintance, Steven, whose interview happened to be stored in his computer. Though Stephen wasnt the interviewer and had no idea what the interview was all about, he put a hologram up and shot a question to the dead the very day he died. Steven, what do you want your legacy to be, he asked.

A Mothers Pride and Joy, and Worry and Fear – Jewish Exponent

| August 27, 2022

Jennifer Schrutt By Jennifer Schrutt Today is Enlistment Day. We have spoken about this day forever, and now it is here, and I must walk the walk that Israeli mothers have walked for almost 75 years

Historian reflects on rejection endured by Jews displaced after 1945 – US Sports – US Sports –

| August 27, 2022

Historian David Nasaw is not surprised by the worlds reaction to the plight of millions of Ukrainian refugees fleeing their country. The influx of aid and offers of accommodation have a lot to do with the fact that Ukrainian refugees are mostly European, white and Christian, with the exception of a few Jews, says Nasaw, author of the book. recently published The Last Million: Europes Displaced Persons from World War to Cold War.

The Jewish and Intellectual Origins of this Famously Non-Jewish Jew – Jewish Journal

| August 27, 2022

Editors note: Excerpted from the new three-volume set, Theodor Herzl: Zionist Writings, the inaugural publication of The Library of the Jewish People edited by Gil Troy, to be published this August marking the 125th anniversary of the First Zionist Congress.

Israeli suppression of Palestinian rights organizations ‘illegal and unacceptable’ – UN News

| August 27, 2022

During araid last week, the Israeli army broke into and shut down the offices of seven Palestinian human rights and humanitarian groups operating in Ramallah, located in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT). These actions amount to severe suppression of human rights defenders and are illegal and unacceptable, the experts said, encouraging UN Member States to use international law to end the abuses. Last Thursday at dawn, Israeli forcesraided the offices of seven Palestinian human rights groups causing extensive property damage and issuing military orders to shut them down

Maxwell Frost abandoned Palestine on his way to Democratic primary victory – Mondoweiss

| August 27, 2022

The left wing of the Democratic Party was delighted by the victory of Maxwell Alejandro Frost in Floridas Tenth Districts primary Tuesday night. And why shouldnt they be?

Palestine exposes the limits of free-speech and the morally bankrupt ‘cancel culture’ – Middle East Monitor

| August 27, 2022

The firing of Palestinian American woman, Natalie Abulhawa, has sparked a debate over free-speech, "cancel-culture" and the ever-growing crackdown on pro-Palestinian activism. The 25-year-old athletic trainer was fired by a private girls school in Bryn Mawr over years-old social media posts criticising Israel.


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