The best thing about "Schindler's List" has almost nothing to do with the Holocaust. It is deeper than that.
(RNS) — The Facebook co-founder's refusal to kick Holocaust deniers off his platform masks a larger, ugly trend in American society.
(RNS) — It also found that 31 percent of all Americans and more than 4-in-10 millennials believe that 2 million Jews or less were killed during the Holocaust — substantially less than the historically accepted figure, which is closer to 6 million.
When a president uses racist language, it's time for the early warning system to kick in.
(RNS) — This rabbi knows that there are many ways to access God. Some Jews do it through the prayers of the liturgy. But, others get in touch with the sacred, and themselves, through the written word – a literary ladder to God, if you will.
(RNS) — That a symbol of Jewish folkways would command attention in Hollywood reflects the ways many Jews think about their identity.
"Denial" is not only about the Holocaust. It is about frightening trends in America today.
JERUSALEM (RNS) The memory of past hostility toward the Jews enables us to appreciate the remarkable Catholic-Jewish reconciliation of the last 50 years.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Stories of Muslims facing down hate and terror, especially perpetrated by violent Islamists who claim to speak in their name, are both important to tell and more common than we realize.
All Jews should affirm that the Armenian catastrophe was a genocide. The first of its kind, in fact.
You wonder why many Jews are not celebrating the Iran deal? Could it be because the Iranian regime wants to destroy Israel?
Polish anti-Semitism has a long history. Poland should deal with it.
(RNS) If Jews do not allow the world to compare the Holocaust to other genocides, then its relevance to the world will wither.
Let's call it what it was: the slaughter of Armenians was a genocide. And it happened exactly one hundred years ago.