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  • Houses of Life – Jerusalem Post

    For several decades now, the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation has been entirely devoted to telling the story of the rescuers. In disputably and rightly so, the Nazi Holocaust is deemed as one of the most tragic chapters in the history of mankind. To be sure, the unspeakable atrocities perpetrated by the Nazis and their collaborators [...]

  • The collective heroism of Denmark

    Paying tribute to the unparalleled effort by the Danish people to rescue their Jewish compatriots from the Nazis The facts speak for themselves. During WWII, Denmark was the only Nazi-occupied country which defied the German’s dictate to deport its Jewish population. The evil epitomized by the Nazi cold-blooded systematic killing machine encountered a formidable match [...]

  • An awe-inspiring Danish legacy

    In 1943, a clandestine operation helped most of Denmark’s jews escape to nearby Sweden. In recognition, an NGO is honouring the Danish people The Holocaust was the darkest chapter in human history, but there were many beacons of light. Denmark’s singular example of collective solidarity was one of the brightest examples of the latter. The [...]

  • Good Pope ‘Joseph’

    Honoring the memory of Pope JohnXXIII, who saved Jews during the Holocaust and lent his support to Israel’s founding Fifty years ago, on June 3, 1963, a great and brave friend of the Jewish people passed away. Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli was born into a modest Italian family. He reached the summit of the Catholic hierarchy [...]

  • Raoul Wallenberg: Savior and victim

    A Swedish diplomat saved the lives of many Hungarian Jews in the Holocaust, but his fate since he was abducted by the Soviets in 1945 is unknown. 100 years after his birth, a call to remember an outstanding rescuer of Jews. Raoul Wallenberg, one of the greatest heroes of the 20th century, was born 100 [...]