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We cannot bring the dead to life, but we can keep their memory alive – Jewish News

| October 13, 2021

At the memorial service for Sir Martin Gilbert in November 2015, the late former Chief Rabbi, Lord Jonathan Sacks, zl told the following anecdote: It must have been 15 years ago, just before the (original) Holocaust Exhibition was opened in the Imperial War Museum. The organisers of that wonderful exhibition had decided in their thoughtfulness and kindness to invite the Holocaust survivors to a dinner just a couple of weeks before the Exhibition was opened, so that they could see it first.

Sudanese justice minister meets with Israeli officials in UAE – The Times of Israel

| October 13, 2021

Neo-Nazis burial in Jewish gravesite causes stir in Germany The burial of a Holocaust denier in the gravesite of a Jewish music professor has caused an uproar in Germany. The top German government official tasked with combating antisemitism, Commissioner for Jewish Life Felix Klein, criticizes the action, joining expressions of disbelief from some of the countrys leading Jews.

Elie Wiesel’s son: ‘My father sheltered me quite a bit from knowledge of the Shoah’ – Jewish News

| October 5, 2021

What is it like to grow up as the son of arguably the most famous Holocaust survivor in the world?

He’s seen 400 Holocaust movies, and he might not like your favorites J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| October 5, 2021

At least 440 narrative films have been made about the Holocaust and Rich Brownstein has seen just about every single one of them.

HBO Picks Up Barry Levinsons The Survivor About Boxer Harry Haft; Pic Premiered At Toronto – Deadline

| October 5, 2021

Following its world premiere at Toronto, HBO Films has taken exclusive North American rights to Barry Levinsons The Survivorabout Holocaust survivor and U.S. boxer Harry Haft

Suspected conflicts of interest: has Goncourt 2021 finally turned the page? – Paris Beacon News

| October 5, 2021

They were sixteen on the starting line. They are only eight novelists vying for the Goncourt 2021 with perfect respect for parity since there are four men and four women. The most popular of all?

Inside the Far-right Podcast Ecosystem, Part 4: Far-Right Podcasting, Past and Present – Southern Poverty Law Center

| October 4, 2021

Far-right extremists efforts to cultivate a wide network of content creators reveal how long-standing trends in the movements embrace of audio propaganda are bound up with the current reliance on a growing number of multimedia platforms. Since the advent of home radio, far-right extremists have used audio broadcasts to communicate with supporters and inspire on-the-ground organizers to carry out rallies or even attacks. While the technologies favored by far-right extremists have changed considerably through the years, these broadcasts continue to play a no less crucial role in the movement, particularly in connection to cultivating real-world activity

Inside the Far-right Podcast Ecosystem, Part 2: Richard Spencer’s Origins in the Podcast Network – Southern Poverty Law Center

| October 4, 2021

A network of podcasts, including one which featured former President Donald Trumps eldest son as a guest in 2016, fueled the rise of one of the core leaders of the modern white nationalist movement. Richard Spencer, a prominent white nationalist figurehead during the Trump era, was one of dozens of up-and-coming extremists who leveraged a network of far-right podcasts to mobilize followers and turn his movement into a household name

Survivors photo wrongly used as pic of the Nazi suspect she testified against – The Times of Israel

| October 4, 2021

A picture being widely used in media outlets as purportedly showing Irmgard Furchner, a former Nazi concentration camp secretary on trial in Germany, is actually that of a 99-year-old survivor of the camp whose testimony is part of the case against Furchner. Yehudit (Dita) Sperling is one of several survivors of the Stutthof concentration camp in Poland who have provided testimony in the case against Furchner, who face charges of complicity in the murder of more than 10,000 people

Wright State grad wins Tony for producing The Inheritance – dayton.com

| September 28, 2021

American students are taught nothing about the famous queers throughout history. All my life I was taught the Shoah but it wasnt until I was in college and saw a student production of Bent that I learned they threw queers in the gas chambers, too.


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