KRAKOW, Poland (RNS) — Swirling around Thursday's annual march are questions about Poles' willingness to grapple with some of their forebears' participation in the Holocaust.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Printouts and screenshots from ex-Mormon Helen Radkey's latest research show that despite church rules in the past five years proxy baptisms were performed on at least 20 Holocaust victims.
(RNS) — The Piano Man's yellow star was a good start. We need famous Jews to be activists against hate.
(RNS) — Some religious leaders criticized President Trump's initial response denouncing hatred and violence 'on many sides,' while a few conservative evangelicals rushed to defend the president.
Rabbi Hier: my prayer will have "a 21st century ring to it." We don't need 21st century. We need 8th century BCE -- Amos and Isaiah.
"Denial" is not only about the Holocaust. It is about frightening trends in America today.
(RNS) Leaders from around the world and from different faiths join the Jewish world in mourning the Holocaust survivor, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and author.
MILAN — Il Giornale, a center-right daily owned by the family of former premier Silvio Berlusconi, said the decision to distribute the edition aimed "to study what is evil to avoid its return."
TOKYO -- Chiune Sugihara defied government orders and issued travel visas allowing thousands of Jewish refugees to escape Nazi persecution in 1940.
(RNS) The apology came three days after the Simon Wiesenthal Center published on its website a photograph of a female student in a university graduation gown posing in front of the larger-than-life banner with her arm outstretched in a Sieg Heil salute.
(RNS) Tisha B’Av, many rabbis say, can be a hard holiday to sell, with its commemoration of the most depressing events of Jewish history. But many of those same rabbis are trying to revive interest in Tisha B'Av, with new rituals and practices to which modern, nontraditional Jews can better relate.
(RNS) Jewish civil rights groups are concerned that a false report blaming Jews for the anti-Islam film roiling the Muslim world won't die. By Lauren Markoe.
LOS ANGELES (RNS) Abdel is an Egyptian Christian, so fearful of retribution that he asked that only his first name be used. Fellow Coptic Christians, he says, can't get jobs in Egypt, and he was jailed for nine days for handling out Christian pamphlets. By Lilly Fowler.