Articles Tagged ‘Holocaust’

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Ahmadinejad To U.N.: Holocaust an “Excuse;” 9/11 “Mysterious”

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad delivered a fiery tirade before the…


Interview: Yael Hersonski

Documentaries about the past pose a real dilemma. Can we…

Movie Review: A Film Unfinished

There are times when one of the greatest challenges of reviewing a movie is to distinguish between the extraordinary value of the material at hand and the manner in which it’s conveyed. At the risk of confusing the message with the messenger, let’s just say that the title of the documentary A Film Unfinished may very well serve as its own critique.

Off the Reservation: Teaching Tolerance

Last week the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County hosted a special ceremony to commemorate Yom haShoah, the Holocaust Day of Remembrance. Holocaust…

Letters to the Press: For the Week of Feb. 18 – Feb. 24

The Holocaust Memorial is a monument to the survivors and a window to the past [“It Didn’t Start With the Killing,” Feb. 10]. The Long Island Press did a service by inviting readers for a heartrending visit.

Holocaust Museum On Long Island Remembers

The Holocaust has always been portrayed as an event; something with a beginning and an end. Tucked away in Glen Cove on the north shore of Nassau County, a handful of dedicated Long Islanders are determined to continue these teachings when the last remaining survivors inevitably take leave of us.