Could Anne Frank be the key to educating Gen Z Americans about antisemitism—even if they’ve never met a Jew?
- Wider WorldUsing Anne Frank to Discuss Race
Could Anne Frank be the key to educating Gen Z Americans about antisemitism—even if they’ve never met a Jew?Wider WorldBahraini Journalist Leading Advocate of Abraham Accords
The veteran journalist and first woman to head the Bahraini media group plans to lead a group of Bahraini reporters on their first-ever trip to Israel this spring.
The veteran journalist and first woman to head the Bahraini media group plans to lead a group of Bahraini reporters on their first-ever trip to Israel this spring.How the Coronavirus Is Hitting Jewish Communities WorldwideAmong the eight million Jews living in the Diaspora, the death toll from Covid-19 is in the thousands and climbing.‘Righteous’ Poles at Risk from Coronavirus Receive HelpThe organization From the Depths is delivering groceries to Poles recognized by Israel as Righteous Among the Nations.Rome’s Jewish Community Responds to the Coronavirus“We are in a state of complete uncertainty,” said Ruth Durgello, president of Rome’s Jewish community.Senior Saudi Leader and Muslim Religious Leaders Visit AuschwitzSpeaking at Auschwitz, Mohammed al-Issa, secretary-general of the Muslim World League, called Holocaust atrocities a “crime against humanity.”Boris Johnson Defeats Jeremy Corbyn in British ElectionsPrime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party has defeated Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party by a large margin, exit polls indicate.Israelis Feel at Home on This Remote Brazilian Island"Sababas" is how many locals in this picturesque car-free village in Brazil refer to Israeli backpackers.Child Holocaust Survivor Hugs 93-year-old Nazi Guard on TrialChild survivor Moshe Peter Loth, a co-plaintiff in the case, approached Dey during the trial last week and said, “Watch out everyone, I’m going to forgive him.”