Post-Holocaust

Post-Holocaust: In-Depth Reports

A New Anti-Semitism?

Anti-Semitism is growing today in France, facilitated by the exhaustion of the protective functions of the Holocaust and the deterioration of Israel’s image. Read More »

Is the Jewish State the Ultimate Evil or a Golden Opportunity? Ideology vs. Politics in the Teachings and Actions of Rabbi Yoel Teitelbaum – the Satmar Rebbe

Why did Rabbi Yoel attract so much attention both among the general Jewish public and among scholars? Read More »

Françoise S. Ouzan, Young Holocaust Survivors Rebuilt Their Lives: France, the United States, and Israel

Three quarters of a century after the liberation of the last camp, as their numbers steadily dwindle, how are former young Holocaust survivors coping? Read More »

The Ongoing Major Distortion of the Holocaust

The ongoing abuse of the Holocaust is increasing at an alarming rate, permeating additional quarters of mainstream society. Read More »

Poland is Not Yet Lost, But …

Good Polish-Israeli relations are not only important for these two countries themselves, but also for the entire free world. Read More »

Georges Bensoussan, Hijacking the History of the Destruction of the Jews of Europe

Despite the occasional lack of rigor and tendency toward repetition, L’histoire confisquée provides much food for thought, but little hope. Read More »

Why a New Academic Discipline of Post-Holocaust Studies Should Be Established and What Its Content Should Be

Post-Holocaust studies is a huge field of study that merits becoming a defined, formal area of study. Read More »

The Historical Roots of the Anti-Israel Positions of Liberal Protestant Churches

The verbal attacks by a variety of Western Protestant, mainly liberal, denominations have raised new interest in the origins of Protestant anti-Semitism. Read More »