NEW eResponse Online Magazine

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Volume 30, Issue 1 - December 2009

What we can learn from India's 9/11

Demjanjuk’s Trial Opens in Munich:
Demjanjuk's lawyer says he is a scapegoat for German Guilt over the Holocaust...
Anti-Semitic Candidate for UNESCO Director-General Defeated:
"If I find one Israeli book on Egyptian soil, I will personally burn it." 
Ahmadinejad's South American Strategy
Warm welcome in Brazil condemned...
Exposing insurance company's multi-billion dollar links to Iran:

Economic nuclear defense and banking sectors ...

iACT Campus Outreach  to Europe's Jewish students

"It is very dangerous in France to wear Jewish jewelry or a Kippa..."

more on iACT...


Happy Chanukah from the Simon Wiesenthal Center

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•last minute Chanukah shopping

•give the gift of membership


SWC Archives Preserving Historic Mauthausen Flag

Our Archives embarks on a project to preserve Holocaust artifacts like this flag secretly sewn by Mauthausen Concentration Camp prisoners.

This and more at our Museum of Tolerance  

Rabbi abraham cooper
Rabbi Abraham Cooper
Dear Friends;

On the eve of Chanukah, we welcome you to the inaugural issue of e-Response, the new online monthly of the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

We will take you to the opening day of the historic trial of John Demjanjuk in Munich; to our heart wrenching visit to Mumbai's Chabad House where a year ago on November 26th, during India's 9/11, a beautiful young rabbinic couple and four other Jews were targeted for kidnap and murder by Islamist terrorists from Pakistan, for the sole reason they were Jews.

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