Mobile synagogue in Germany on the move
How Krakow’s Jews overcame Communism
She has lived in the same second-floor apartment for her whole life. But that is one of the few constants in the life of Malgorzata Zajda from Krakow. Through her 74 years, the soft-spoken Jewish woman has seen two regime changes. "You must always keep in mind that history repeats itself."
Dutch Rabbi: Antisemitism is indestructible because it is hate without reason
Antisemitism does not increase. "It has never been gone. It only becomes more visible", says the Dutch chief rabbi Jacobs. That is why remembering the Holocaust is crucial, according to him.