Holocaust survivor

Hebrew University researchers find significantly higher rates of mortality due to heart disease and cancer among Holocaust survivors. Courtesy Israel Government Press Office The damaging effects of life under Nazi rule have long been known, with many victims having experienced periods of protracted emotional and physical torture, malnutrition and mass exposure to disease. But recent... Read more »

Yom Hashoah

As we mark yet another year that has passed since the liberation of the camps, the question is often asked: If the murdered could have one request fulfilled, what would it be?

Yom Hashoah Dubai

Who could have imagined just a year ago that Yom Hashoah, one of the saddest days on the Jewish calendar, would be observed in Dubai? By United with Israel Staff United with Israel witnessed a historic tribute to the six million Jewish victims of Holocaust. It was the first time ever that a Yom Hashoah... Read more »

Holocaust survivor

With the global coronavirus pandemic threatening populations around the world, Israelis found innovative ways to honor its aging population of survivors on the country’s annual Holocaust Remembrance Day. By Associated Press Some Holocaust survivors say the current coronavirus isolation and sense of danger has triggered difficult memories linked with their wartime experiences. Others bristle at... Read more »