Stanford linguists show how Nazis got away with murder
The team analyzed the language used in propaganda between 1927 and 1945 to understand how Nazis dehumanized Jews.
Auschwitz Survivor Celebrates 98th Birthday Saying 'The Nazis Didn't Win'
"Even if she did think she'd survive Auschwitz, I don't think she ever thought she'd reach 98," her great-grandson said.
The End of the Illusion That Anti-Zionism Is Not Connected To Jew-Hatred
It is clear to almost every Jew that prejudice against us is different.
Kosher Slaughter, Circumcision and Jews' Religious Freedom
Modern democracies should not be bartering away religious freedom.
Is the European Union Combating or Whitewashing Anti-Semitism?
International Holocaust Remembrance Day should signal a real commitment to respect and protect living Jews—not merely stand in moments of silence for six million dead Jews.
Princeton's President Is Wrong. The University Is Not Systemically Racist
Princeton University President Christopher Eisgruber has yielded to a destructive falsehood.
Jews, Muslims and Christians Are All Persecuted in Europe. It Must Stop Now
Two commissioners from the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom explain the deteriorating situation in Europe for religious liberty.
Hundreds of Long-Lost Jewish Graves Rediscovered
Between its desecration and present day, the site was referred to vaguely as the "Jewish Garden."
German Far-Right Leader Says AfD Party Good for Jews
The comments come as the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party is embroiled in a scandal over its attitude toward Adolf Hitler's Third Reich.
Anti-Semitic Acts in U.K. Spike in First Half of 2016
Verbal abuse was the most commonly reported form.
France's Jews are Fleeing Paris for London
After the 2015 Paris attacks, growing numbers of French Jews are seeking sanctuary in the British capital.
Does the Wave of Muslim Refugees Threaten Europe's Jews?
Terrorist attacks against European Jews in recent years have all been made by Muslims.
When the Nazis Steamrolled Europe
In 1942, 'Newsweek' foreign editor Loren Carroll explained the diplomatic cost of the fascist menace.
World War Two Veterans Share Firsthand Accounts of the War
The Veteran's History Project at the Library of Congress preserves firsthand accounts that, like these, show the full scope of the wartime experience.
Anti-Semitic Attacks Increase by 71% in Holland
The country's top Jewish leader calls for more education to tackle the rise in anti-semitic incidents.
U.S. Lawmakers Launch Task Force to Fight Anti-Semitism
Jewish leaders testified to Congress about anti-Semitism in Europe.
Oslo Synagogue Gets 'Peace Ring' Protection
After last week's shooting in Copenhagen, a group of Muslims decided to act.
Danish and Swedish Jews Say They Won't Be Forced to Israel
'Israel is your home,' said Netanyahu to Europe's Jews last week, a vision not shared by all.
Top Rabbi Renews Call to Arm European Jews
A leading rabbi called for special gun legislation and accused governments of not taking antisemitism seriously enough.