A new book on the slaughter in Kishinev.
Of pogroms and animal carcasses.
When Jews did fight back in 1903, anti-Semites blamed them for instigating violence.
Eighty-seven were killed, with British collusion.
Under the red dragon.
In what’s now the capital of Islamic State.
A prelude to the Holocaust?
“The Farhud was not just another anti-Jewish pogrom.”
Attempting to dominate Ukraine, “Mother Russia” has claimed to be the protector of Jews and other minorities she has long persecuted.
Next only to the Holocaust, the pogroms of World War I stand as the most horrific episode of Jewish suffering in the modern era.
The Great War, which began in the days around Tisha b’Av, 1914, saw Jews of different nationalities fighting each other in the trenches and dying. . .
Founded in 1889 by survivors of Russian pogroms, Moisés Ville, Argentina once boasted 5,000 Jews and four synagogues. Now its last Jewish residents are considering their future.