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Pharaoh Was A Nazi

You know how Godwin’s law says that every internet argument eventually breaks down into someone calling someone else Hitler or a Nazi? This is one of my greatest pet peeves in life, because it’s not just online arguments that devolve into Holocaust finger-pointing…you can find this stuff all over our culture. Want to paint someone [...]

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The Loaded Tattoo

The Loaded Tattoo

Today on Truth, Praise & Help, Renee Ghert-Zand expressed her displeasure at two Israeli men who decided to honor their Holocaust survivor matriarch with a tattoo of her Auschwitz number on their forearms. She, like many Jews, has trouble with tattoos and finds Holocaust remembrance tattoos particularly offensive. While I am also a little uncomfortable [...]

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History on Trial

My Day in Court with David Irvingby Deborah Lipstadt In 1993, Deborah E. Lipstadt, a professor of Jewish Studies at Emory University, published the first comprehensive history of the Holocaust denial movement, Denying the Holocaust (JDC #58702). In this critically acclaimed account, Lipstadt called David Irving — a prolific, respected, and well-known writer on World [...]

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Auschwitz Explained to My Child

by Annette WieviorkaTranslated by: Leah Brumer Ages 12+ How does one broach with a child or young adult a subject like the Holocaust, the full magnitude and horror of which are difficult even for many adults to comprehend? This book, in conversational format, offers an ideal way to present this difficult subject to a young [...]

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Auschwitz Explained to My Child

by Annette WieviorkaTranslated by: Leah Brumer Ages 12+ How does one broach with a child or young adult a subject like the Holocaust, the full magnitude and horror of which are difficult even for many adults to comprehend? This book, in conversational format, offers an ideal way to present this difficult subject to a young [...]

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Beware of God: Stories

Shalom Auslander Publisher: Simon & Schuster Shalom Auslander’s stories in Beware of God have the mysterious punch of a dream. They are wide ranging and inventive: A young Jewish man’s inexplicable transformation into a very large, blond, tattooed goy ends with an argument over whether or not his father can beat his unclean son with [...]

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