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The first official visit to Israel of Prince Charles is expected to contribute to a positive new era in British-Israeli relations. The heir to the throne was scheduled to attend January’s World Holocaust Forum at Yad Vashem following the 2018 …
While Queen Esther saved her people from genocide many centuries ago, now her namesake, Housing Minister Esther McVey, has rescued London’s new Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre.
She has taken the decision on its location away from Westminster Council and …
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania laid a wreath on 27 January, Holocaust Memorial Day, at the World Economic Forum, watched by Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and his wife Sarah. Immediately behind the President are his daughter Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner
In front of the Paris Shoah Memorial: the names of the camps where Jews were sent for execution
In October I had a very blessed time in Paris with the pastor and church of the “Good Samaritan”.
During my time there, I visited some of the Jewish memorial sites. Before the Second World War there was a large Jewish population in Paris, but this was decimated during the Holocaust. As I toured three of the former Jewish areas of Paris, there were plaques and memorials in quite a few different locations commemorating the deportations of the Jewish population to the camps. At the bottom of these plaques it said: “Nous n’oublierons jamais” (We shall never forget).
Steven Jaffe with Pastor Paul Dunne, who signed the Shalom Declaration
By Jennifer Nevill
Over 70 people representing churches in North Staffordshire including members of the Jewish community came together at Longton Elim church in Stoke-on-Trent for a Holocaust Memorial Service on January 19.
Last updated on September 30th, 2016 at 07:20 am
New light on Holocaust heroine who paid the ultimate sacrifice
By Charles Gardner
The discovery of a handwritten will and more than 70 photographs has provided fresh insight into the life of a Christian martyr who perished at Auschwitz.
Just six months before the camp was liberated by the Red Army on January 27, 1945, the life of courageous Scot Jane Haining was snuffed out, aged 47, by Nazi butchers for the ‘crime’ of loving the Jewish girls under her care.
A new film gives the answers you never expected
Jacob’s Tears, a DVD by Hatikvah Films
Jacob’s Tears is the second of what will be a three part series by Hatikvah Films which explores the view that nations who bless God’s people will be blessed, and that nations which harm them will fare badly (based on Genesis 12: 1-2). Friends who have seen it agree that it is their best film yet.
Clive Price tells the remarkable story behind the commander of Israel’s Field Hospital Unit
AN ISRAELI DOCTOR – whose father was spared from the Holocaust by a Christian woman – is among those on the frontline of rescue missions to disaster zones, most recently the Philippines.