by Rafael Medoff The controversy over President Obama’s refusal to use the words “Islamic terrorism” is not unprecedented. In the
by Rafael Medoff In April 1944, a bean farmer in Colorado sent a check for $100 to the Washington, D.C.
by Rafael Medoff Barbara McDonald Stewart, who chronicled the efforts of her father, James G. McDonald, to aid refugees from
by Rafael Medoff Examining America’s response to the Holocaust can help us avoid repeating the mistakes of that era, so
by Rafael Medoff “The great powers had photographs of the railway routes that the trains took to…Auschwitz,” Pope Francis remarked
by Rafael Medoff In May 1943, President Franklin Roosevelt met with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill at the White House.
by Rafael Medoff WASHINGTON (JTA) — Most American Christian leaders strongly condemned the Kristallnacht pogrom that the Nazis carried out
by Dr. Rafael Medoff Two new books, Churchill and the Jews: A Lifelong Friendship, by Martin Gilbert, and Churchill’s Promised
by Rafael Medoff The autumn of 1938 was a grim time for the Jewish people. The Nazis’ Kristallnacht pogrom had
by Stephen Solarz and Rafael Medoff The Israeli government has announced that it will not admit any more refugees from