Tag Archives: Poland

Poland and Memory of the Holocaust: By Moshe Feiglin

Poland’s recent legislation outlawing linking Poles to Nazi crimes  has created quite a stir in Israel. Personally, I have always opposed school ‘Holocaust’ trips to Poland and have written a number of articles on the topic. Perhaps now, after the […]

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What Would We Do Without the Americans? By Moshe Feiglin

As part of its ‘aid’ package to Israel, the US shared in the financing of Israel’s anti-missile defense system, developed by Israel. This gave the US the right to veto Israel’s deal to export those missiles directly to Poland. Instead, […]

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A Letter Read in Auschwitz: By Shmuel Sackett

26 Nissan, 5775/April 13, ‘15
In commemoration of Yom Ha’Shoah, I thought it best to let you read the letter I wrote to my 16 year old who recently visited Poland with her entire 11th grade class. They had been preparing […]

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