Holocaust Denial is an Anti-Semitic propaganda movement active in the United States, Canada, and Western Europe that seeks to deny the reality of the Nazi regime’s systematic mass murder of six million Jews during World War II. It generally depicts historical accounts of this genocide as propaganda, generated by a Jewish, or “Zionist,” conspiracy

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What is Holocaust Denial – Anti-Defamation League


Is this seder different from all others? As we prepare for Passover, many local organizations hold Seders to celebrate with the greater Boston Community. After attending Seders hosted by AJC Boston, The New England Jewish Labor Committee, and ADL New England, Jeremy Burton, Executive Director of the Boston JCRC, recalled his experiences to the Jewish Advocate.

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Anti-Defamation League New England


Yehuda Avner, a senior advisor and speechwriter to five Israeli prime ministers and an articulate chronicler of the Jewish states history, died March 24, 2015 in Jerusalem. Avner served as advisor to Israeli Prime Ministers Menachem Begin, Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Peres, as speechwriter to Israeli Prime Ministers Golda Meir and Levi Eshkol, and as Israeli Ambassador to Australia and the United Kingdom.

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Yehuda Avner, Ambassador and Advisor, Dies at 86


PARIS – Marie Shek sits in a little office in a luxury apartment in Paris listening to the Israeli radio station FM 88 and making last-minute corrections to the catalog of the exhibition she is now curating.

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Sleepwalking in Paris

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Dr. Ilan Papp is a controversial figure in his native Israel. Just looking at the title of one of his more recent books The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine will give an indication why.

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10 Questions for Ilan Papp


Rough-hewn and reminiscent of one of Giacomettis lonely figures, the weathered bronze soldier in the middle of a tiny, shady square in the heart of Paris stands stiffly to attention, with the jagged blade of his broken sword pointing like a dagger up to the sky. The statues disproportionately tiny head, topped with its disarmingly jaunty military hat, looks almost comical. Called Homage to Captain Dreyfus, it was created in 1986 by the political satirist Louis Mitelberg, known as TIM, and intended for the courtyard of Pariss cole Militaire, the official headquarters of the French army

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The threat to Frances Jews

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The frozen tundra of the nonexistent local classical music scene that stretches from Christmas through the first few weeks of January is coming to an end.

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Israeli String Quartet Makes Its Buffalo Debut

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Bethlehem, West Bank Despite the immense destruction still evident in Gaza following the war there last summer, the resilience of the people gave hope to 16 bishops of the Holy Land Coordination during their Jan. 11-12 visit to the Gaza Strip. One boy’s words continued to resonate with Bishop Oscar Cantu of Las Cruces, N.M.

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Bishops see signs of resilience in Gaza despite destruction


Is England good or bad for the Jews?

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British Jewry:  A tale of two stories


A legally binding vote to unconditionally recognise Palestine is the very least the EU can do, writes Keith Taylor. Keith Taylor is a Green MEP from South East England.

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I hope MEPs will join me in voting to recognise Palestine