Archives for January 2020
House Approves $10 Million for Holocaust Education Funding
The money will be administered by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, which will disseminate curriculum materials.
What to Look for in Trump’s Israeli-Palestinian Peace Plan
Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz each appeared at the White House on Monday for meetings with Trump—and photo ops.
Senior Saudi Leader and Muslim Religious Leaders Visit Auschwitz
Speaking at Auschwitz, Mohammed al-Issa, secretary-general of the Muslim World League, called Holocaust atrocities a “crime against humanity.”
Rice Plov Is the Original Uzbeki One-Pot Family Meal
Today, plov has transitioned from a slow-cooked, stew-like affair to one that can be pulled together in about an hour.
The Man Who Willingly Went to Auschwitz in ‘The Volunteer’
Journalist Jack Fairweather has written a riveting account of Witold Pilecki, a Polish resistance leader who allowed himself to be captured by the Germans, in order to be sent…
What Was So Controversial About ‘The Siege of Tel Aviv’?
'The Siege of Tel Aviv' painstakingly imagines an invasion of the Jewish state by five Arab armies, led by Iran—and was condemned on social media for being Islamophobic.