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Haute Residence and Acclaimed Real Estate Broker Myra Nourmand Continue Their Partnership Into Its Seventh Year – 69News WFMZ-TV

| April 18, 2022

Haute Residence and acclaimed real estate professional Myra Nourmand continue their successful partnership. As a Haute Residence partner for seven years now, Nourmand represents the upscale Los Angeles Market to the publication's thousands of readers and social media followers.

A confluence of faiths: Ramadan, Passover and Easter come together this month sharing unifying message – Daily Herald

| April 18, 2022

Ramadan Mubarak.

What I learned at the Ukraine-Poland border – Religion News Service

| April 18, 2022

(RNS) File this one under First World problems. I am in the Krakow, Poland, airport

Try Putin? What Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal would advise the world – The Hill

| April 18, 2022

In his book, Churchill: Walking With Destiny, Andrew Roberts quotes Winston Churchill in 1945, after the war had ended, as saying, From what Ive seen of our Russian friends, there is nothing I saw that they admire as much as strength and there is nothing for which they have less respect than for weakness, especially military weakness. Churchill urged the U.S. and Britain to join in a fraternal association to defend freedom, not only for us and not only for our time, but for a century to come

Moon Knights Star of David necklace was easy to miss. It was also a watershed moment for Marvel. – Forward

| April 18, 2022

Amid a blur of hieroglyphs, ankhs and sarcophagi, it was easy to miss a more subtle symbol glinting from Oscar Isaacs neck in last weeks installment of Moon Knight. Unless you happen to be Jewish and watching for signs of Jewish life. In the final minutes of the episode, Isaacs Marc Spector wakes up in Egypt, booze bottle in hand, bare-chested and wearing a Magen David necklace, finally settling over a year of speculation as to whether the MCU would acknowledge the characters Yiddishkeit.

In Venice, why the oldest Jewish ghetto in the world still matters – Forward

| March 20, 2022

A new book on the Venetian Ghetto, formed by the municipal government of Venice in the early 1500s to confine Italian Jews, explores the ongoing cultural impact of this first-ever such space. Initially intended to segregate and control Jewish people, centuries later during the Second World War, over 1,000 Nazi ghettos were established across Europe to facilitate deportation and murder. Recently, Benjamin Ivry spoke with Katharine Trostel, one of the books coauthors, who teaches English at Ursuline College, Ohio, about inspiration and grief from the Venetian Ghetto legacy.

When a bomb falls, its impact is felt for generations. I know that from my own familys trauma – The Guardian

| March 20, 2022

Every time I look at the pictures of Mariupol or Kharkiv, I see a corner of Whitechapel in east London. I reacted the same way to images of Aleppo and, before that, Falluja and, before that, Grozny, because buildings crushed to rubble have a sad habit of looking the same

Attack on Ukraine Summons Haunting Echoes of the Past – Jewish Journal

| March 18, 2022

As the world watches in horror as millions of Ukrainians resist, take shelter or flee from Russian attacks, news reports stir up connections to a haunting past. For many, images of fear and flight from places like Lviv, Kyiv, Donbas, Odesa and Babi Yar summon echoes of the unspeakable inhumanity of the Holocaust. These vignettes from testimonies in USC Shoah Foundations Visual History Archive bring just a few stories from these places to light

The truth may not set you free, but its the best weapon against the enslaving lie – The Altamont Enterprise

| March 18, 2022

Only those who were there will ever know, and those who were there can never tell, said Elie Wiesel of the Holocaust.

Two New Exhibits Explore the Legacy of Eva Kor and Holocaust History – Weekly View

| March 18, 2022

March 17, 2022 INDIANAPOLIS The Indiana Historical Society (IHS)s newest exhibits, Eva Kor from Auschwitz to Indiana and Dimensions in Testimony, opene March 12 at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, located at 450 W. Ohio St. in downtown Indianapolis.Eva Kor from Auschwitz to Indiana tells the remarkable story of Eva Mozes Kor, who survived Auschwitz as a child and the experiments of Dr


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