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Following an IRWF initiative – Ten American States have proclaimed October 5th, 2018, as Raoul Wallenberg Day

On October 5, 1981, Raoul Wallenberg became the second person in history to be awarded Honorary U.S. Citizenship. This great honor was bestowed on…

The IRWF remembers Cardinal Angelo Roncalli (Pope John XXIII)

60 years ago, on October 28th, 1958, Angelo Roncalli became Pope John XXII 7 years later, on October 28th, 1965, his successor, Pope Paul VI…

The IRWF celebrates the birthday of a great Belgian Rescuer

Johan Hendrik Weidner Jr. born on October 22, 1912, participated in the life-saving efforts of around 1,000 people during the Holocaust. John Hendrik…

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Wallenberg Foundation decries Israel not recognizing Armenian Genocide

Hotovely says decision was made because of ‘complexity and diplomatic repercussions. The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation expressed…

Moshe can recite Hindi poem: Nanny

MUMBAI: When Sandra Samuel grabbed two-year-old Baby Moshe sitting in a pool of blood and escaped with him at the height of the Nariman House siege…

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