Touro College Berlin announced plans to open a Holocaust studies program at the end of the year. Bernard Lander, the founder and director of the New York-based Touro College, said Monday that the Institute for Communication about the Holocaust and Tolerance would stress archival and on-site research and would offer programs to the community at large.
Five Iraqi children with defective hearts received treatment in Israel. The patients and their families came to the Jewish state in recent weeks with the sponsorship of the Save A Child’s Heart foundation, and were treated at the Wolfson Medical Center in Holon. Two children remain hospitalized and the rest have returned to Iraq.
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