By Yair Auron | Apr. 1, 2016 | Haaretz English Edition Identifying with Azerbaijan by saying there was mass murder at Khojaly in 1992 desecrates the memory of the Holocaust. In an Israeli forest dedicated to Israel’s first president, Chaim Weizmann, 613 trees were planted last month to mark “24 years since the Khojaly genocide” in Azerbaijan.
Alternative memorial in mixed Israeli village to commemorate rescuers in all genocides, including some Holocaust saviors never acknowledged by Yad Vashem. By Judy Maltz | Haaretz English Edition | Jul. 14, 2016 | NEVE SHALOM – A makeshift sign tacked onto an olive tree is for now the only clue to the grand plan in store
Ahead of international conference in Jerusalem, two rival camps of genocide scholars are at each other’s throats, including accusations of anti-Semitism and debates over the Holocaust BY RAPHAEL AHREN Times of Israel June 26, 2016 http://www.timesofisrael.com/academics-go-to-war-over-the-study-of-mass-killings/ Remember the Jew who was stranded on a deserted island and built two synagogues: the one in which he
By Israel W. Charny Jerusalem Post Magazine May 27, 2016 http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Genocide-scholars-who-minimize-the-Holocaust-and-some-who-are-coming-to-town-455021 We all know sadly how often Jews are hated in this world, but would you ever have dreamed how far they would go in distorting history? Polish born Mordechai Fox, an 89-year-old Holocaust survivor, wears a yellow Star of David on his jacket during
אברהם בורג Haaretz Hebrew Edition May 20, 2016 Review of Auron, Yair. The Banality of Compassion: On the Rescuing of Jewish Children in the Circassian Muslim Village in 1942. Published in Tel Aviv. Riesling, 2016. (Hebrew) ספרו של יאיר אורון עוסק בסיפור לא ידוע ונוגע ללב על הכפר הצ׳רקסי־מוסלמי בסלניי שבקווקז, שהתגייס להציל ילדים יהודים יתומים
Identifying with Azerbaijan by saying there was mass murder at Khojaly in 1992 desecrates the memory of the Holocaust. By Yair Auron | Apr. 1, 2016 | Haaretz English Edition In an Israeli forest dedicated to Israel’s first president, Chaim Weizmann, 613 trees were planted last month to mark “24 years since the Khojaly genocide” in Azerbaijan.
By Yair Auron Haaretz English Edition Jul 10, 2015 In the only genocide to occur in Europe since the Holocaust, more than 8,500 Bosnian Muslims were slaughtered by Serb forces in a UN-declared ‘safe area.’ Despite the evidence, denial of the atrocity continues. A forensic anthropologist of the International Commission on Missing Persons attempts to
California Courier November 13, 2015 Following the first conference ever held in Israel on the Armenian Genocide which took place on November 2-3, 2015 at the Open University of Israel, the lecturers at the conference were invited to an hour-long meeting with Israel’s President Reuven Rivlin at the president’s residence in Jerusalem. President Rivlin spoke
by Harut Sassounian Presented at the first international conference on the Armenian Genocide in Israel held at the Open University of Israel on November 2-4, 2015. “Marking 100 Years since the Armenian Genocide” Now that the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide is coming to an end, Armenians consider the recognition stage of the century old