May 1, 2011 7:39pm
How do we work toward a world where trials like Nuremberg and Eichmann are not necessary? The director of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum writes that as we honor the memory of Holocaust victims this week, that question should be the challenge we set for ourselves.
- Israel freezes Western Wall compromise that was to create egalitarian prayer section
- Otto Warmbier’s Hillel rabbi recalls ‘one of the most intellectually curious people I’ve ever met’
- NASCAR’s first Israeli driver is an unlikely success story
- Most rabbinical schools lack parental leave policies — and students are not happy about it
- Texas kayak company loses contract for slurring Jews, Mexicans
- 3 barred from Chicago lesbian march for carrying ‘triggering’ Star of David pride flags