The U.S. retains a moral obligation to deny the one country in the world that threatens genocide against Jews the means to carry out that threat.
"How much antisemitism must Jewish Americans endure before our leaders will take real action?" tweeted the Jewish Democratic Council of America on Friday.
In one of dozens of Holocaust Remembrance Day events, one survivor described her experience surviving a gas chamber at 13 years old because it malfunctioned.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author and cartoonist condemned a Tennessee school board decision to ban his graphic novel "Maus."
Today is the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, marking the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
This Jan. 27, many people around the U.S. and overseas will join the U.N. in commemorating International Holocaust Memorial Day. In their moments of silence to honor 6 million dead Jews, we need them to ponder how to help live Jews.
Throughout history, Jews have time and again been blamed for the evils of the world. Unfortunately, examples are all too plentiful.
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Anti-Defamation League issued a report critiquing the efforts of certain social media platforms in their responses to Holocaust denial content.
"They don't know what they're talking about," Esther Berjarano, 96, said of COVID-deniers during a digital memorial event organised by the Auschwitz Committee.
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.
The diaries of Friedrich Kellner were translated and published by his grandson Robert Scott Kellner, detailing his opposition to the Nazi regime. January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
The first lady has made few appearances since reports surfaced that her husband's lawyer possibly paid off a porn star to cover up an alleged affair.
Deputy military chief says he's 'finding signs' of the 'nauseating processes that occurred in Europe...back then' in Israel today.
At the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York, children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors will speak about their experiences and the memories they've inherited.