Learning lessons about everything from “trans violence” to “climate change”—but nothing about the Jews.
Using dead Jews as symbols isn’t helping living ones.
The first-ever Holocaust museum in southeast Asia highlights the tensions surrounding Jewish life in the world’s most populous Muslim-majority country.
No, the Holocaust didn’t happen because of a lack of love.
Oddly discomfited by the Jewish center of the story it tells, and overly content with contemporary platitudes.
The fate of the House of Fates.
By 1944, a majority of Americans were willing to take in European Jewish refugees.
Other U.S. presidents protested anti-Semitism abroad.
“One of the dumbest ideas in the annals of U.S foreign policy.”
Why are so many Jews convinced that Jewish history, and Jewish pain, exist only to serve the needs of others?
Historically, the Holocaust hasn’t loomed large for the ultra-Orthodox.
Under the guise of revealing history’s “multiple meanings,” great museums, including Jewish ones, have yielded to the distorting dictates of revisionism.
Holocaust museums have slighted the ultra-Orthodox victims of Nazism; their stories must be heard.