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Hatred of the government will unite the Israeli nation – Haaretz

| May 17, 2020

Truth is very dear to the heart of the Israeli public. Even when it errs, it does so through a wrong interpretation of the truth, not out of indifference to it. As far as truth goes, the public in Israel is never indifferent.

For the United States and United Nations, two heads are better than one – The Jerusalem Post

| May 17, 2020

If Israel could afford only two ambassador postings anywhere in the world, they would have to be Washington and the United Nations, in that order. Nowhere else comes close. For a parliamentary democracy like Israel, theres nothing unusual in assembling a governing coalition, rewarding allies and placating rivals.

Palestinians pay the price for Israels slavery to the memory of the Holocaust – Haaretz

| May 12, 2020

This week, the 35thgovernment of the State of Israel will be sworn in, 75 years after the end of the Holocaust. In its coalition agreement, the new government declares that it plans a vote of the government and/or in the Knesset on annexing parts of the West Bank (the Jordan Valley and the settlements), on the basis of the Trump administrations "peace plan." This plan is one more step in the direction of anything but a peace agreement with the Palestinians.

The Muslim Holocaust Researcher – Aish

| May 12, 2020

Prof. Mehnaz Afridi, a Pakistani Muslim, has been the director of the Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education Center in New York for the past decade.

Miss Going to Plays? LA Theatre Works Made The Classics Available As Podcasts – Jewish Journal

| May 12, 2020

Theaters are dark during these days of self-distancing and quarantining at home, but like other forms of entertainment, the theatrical experience has shifted to cyberspace.

Books: Delusion, guilt and misplaced loyalty in Philippe Sands’ examination of the Nazi past – HeraldScotland

| May 12, 2020

Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 20 Review by Brian Morton In 1963 Hannah Arendt coined a phrase that has been misunderstood almost as often as it has been quoted, which is often enough to have turned it into a clich. Writing about the trial in Jerusalem of Adolf Eichmann, she spoke of the banality of evil, which everyone took to mean that the perpetrators of the Holocaust were not fanged monsters or strutting demagogues in Ruritanian uniforms but mild, grey-suited men with clipboards and timetables to keep

Pro-terror Kevin Barrett takes on Blitz, exposes his support towards Hitler and Nazis – Weekly Blitz

| May 12, 2020

Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury For more than 18 years, ever since the publication of Blitz, this newspaper has faced a series of notorious attacks, mostly from the pals of jihadists, terrorists, and enemies of Christians, Jews, and Israel. In those years, we have witnessed how our newspaper was ruthlessly attacked by a conglomerate of crooks and criminals

BBC – History – World Wars: Denying the Holocaust

| May 8, 2020

Disappearances Buchenwald camp survivorsSome deniers posit that the Jews said to have been killed under the Nazi regime actually survived the war, and succeeded in avoiding detection by going to places such as the Soviet Union or the United States. In these countries, the deniers claim, there were already so many Jews that no one noticed a couple of million more.

World War II in Europe Ended 75 Years AgoBut the World Is Still Fighting Over Who Gets to Say What Happened – TIME

| May 8, 2020

At the end of March, the historian Jan Grabowski was set to have a busy few weeks.

The long silence of the Auschwitz cellist – FRANCE 24

| May 8, 2020

Berlin (AFP) One of the last living members of the women's orchestra at Auschwitz, Anita Lasker-Wallfisch, is at 95 among the most prominent survivors raising her voice against hate. But for four decades she kept her silence.


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