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A boy who had seen her running dragged her out and she was one of about 5100 Jews to be killed during this first slaughter of the Jews in Novogrudok.

On the night before Rosh Hashana 1943, the 250 Jews who remained of the town’s 20,000 plotted an escape through a tunnel they had painstakingly dug beneath the fence.

While I respect her opinion, I want to show another side to explain why I disagree.

In my opinion, accusations like “racist” and “anti-Semite” are being thrown around with a carelessness that risks rendering these words meaningless.

Schmitz, who is now a private-practice attorney in Washington, DC, has denied the charges against him, saying, “These allegations are completely false and defamatory.” “I do not recall ever even hearing of any ‘allegations of anti-Semitism against [me],’ which would be preposterously false and defamatory because, among other reason(s), I am quite proud of the Jewish heritage of my wife of 38 years,” he wrote in an email.

He reportedly had to clarify in a later phone call that his wife is not a practicing Jew but that she’s “ethnically Jewish” because of her maternal grandmother’s lineage.

Our son was bar mitzvahed and attended Hebrew school for five years.

His friends were all Jewish as he grew up, and he attended March of the Living.

“The anti-Semitic environment began under a prior Inspector General, Mr.

It’s an appeal to some of the worst elements of our country.” In other words: “Thou shalt not show the face of a Jew in power to the goyim.” But Trump did just that.

He showed the Jew faces to his ‘deplorables.’ This might be the greatest achievement in the history of political campaigns.

If even the slightest infraction against what the speech police have deemed correct speech is instantly shouted down with taunts of “racist” then what is left to condemn the actual racists? On December 7, 1941—Pearl Harbor Day—the Nazis surrounded the ghetto of Novogroduk, and sorted the residents into two lines: those selected to die were put on the right; those who would live were put on the left.

What do we call the people who won’t hire minorities or beat others up for their religion? My grandmother’s sister, Esther, raced into a building to hide.

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