(JTA) — Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf honored the 11 victims of the attack on the Tree of Life synagogue building while on a visit to Auschwitz.
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The “Tribute in Light” included the illumination of two beams that shined up 300 meters over Jerusalem, similar to that in New York City.
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The Jewish Community of Lithuania called for the removal of a new plaque that has replaced the one they and the Simon Wiesenthal Center have lobbied for years to have removed.
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“What I’m hoping for is that this act will bring solace—some solace to the survivors—and will remind them that we Pennsylvanians will never forget their loved ones,” said Pennsylvania Tom Wolf in Harrisburg.
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Albert Agarunov was once wanted by the Armenians, who allegedly offered 5 million rublуs to catch him.
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Anti-normalization activist calls for an investigation over the government's delay in destroying the “building of shame” dedicated to the “so-called Holocaust.”
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BERLIN (JTA) — Concentration camp memorials in Germany should offer tours in Arabic, Germany’s main Jewish leader urged.
“For humanity, Babi Yar is a warning sign. For Jews, Babi Yar is an eternal imperative,” said the Israeli prime minister of the estimated 33,771 Jews were massacred in September 1941.