For Rabbi Benjamin Adler, the “ah-ha” moment when he realized that he wanted to become more deeply involved in Judaism occurred during his stay at a Jewish summer camp. At Camp Ramah in California, Rabbi Adler said, it was the first time he really “connected” with Jewish tradition. The campers lived Judaism every minute of the day, from prayers in the morning to prayers before and after meals
Los Angeles Family Law Attorney and Mediator Mark Baer says the California public schools need to stop using curriculum that teaches children to hate. In the well-documented case of the Rialto, California ..
Ann Coulter is always known for making controversial statements, but now she says progressives and liberals are equating anyone who calls global warming a hoax to those who are holocaust deniers. In a related report by The Inquisitr, some say that a Common Core caused a Holocaust denial assignment to be issued in one California school.
Ramallah, occupied West Bank – AbdulLatif Simrin is no Jesus, but according to a lease presented by Jewish settlers as evidence to an Israeli court, the Palestinian man who died in 1961 sold them his land 50 years after his death – even by Holy Land standards, Simrins resurrection is beyond miraculous. First came cellular company towers, followed by caravans that started mushrooming atop the hill opposite Burqa, where the illegal outpost of Migron was established on Simrins and a few other Palestinian families private lands in 2002
On May 12, 2014, Nancy Appel, Associate Director for ADL's Central Pacific Region, and Monica Bauer, ADL's Coordinator of Latino Community Relations in California, joined the Consul General of Mexico, Mr. Carlos …
Holocaust Denial Exercise for Students in California High School Backfires http://splcenter.org/blog/2014/05/06/holocaust-denial-exercise-for-students-in-california-high-school-backfires/ By: Hatewatch
A California school district where students were told to write an assignment on whether the Holocaust actually happened has taken “full responsibility” for the ?controversial assignment, saying it was “horribly inappropriate.”
A shocking Holocaust denial-based writing assignment that many say lends credence to the claim the Holocaust was a hoax has caused immense backlash, and prompted the California school district in which the assignment was given to release a statement addressing the furor.
After decades spent in the sewers of anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial, I don't horrify easily. But yesterday I learned that a school district in Rialto, California, assigned 2000 8th-grade students to write an essay on whether or …