SWC in the News: Rabbi Hier and Other Leaders Meet with President Obama, Anti-Semitism in the Soccer Stands, Holocaust Remembrance Day, Annual Nazi Hunting Report & More

April 21, 2015

Inside Obama’s Meeting With Jewish Leaders
What he said, what they said, and what America is now saying to the world about exterminationist anti-Semitism

“Mr. President…in a few weeks, you and others will be going to Germany to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the concentration camps. What meaning does that have when while negotiating over the nuclear treaty with Iran, none of the six powers said a word when the ayatollah Tweeted about annihilating the state of Israel…" — Rabbi Marvin Hier


 Anti-Semitism in the Soccer Stands
“It’s a new alliance between neo-Nazis and jihadists,”  — Dr. Shimon Samuels



Holocaust Remembrance Day: 70 years after World War II, Jew-hatred is back in Europe 
Yom Hashoah is the perfect time…that Never Again, means Never Again! — Rabbi Abraham Cooper



Nazi-hunters credit German efforts to bring war criminals to justice
"Despite the somewhat prevalent assumption that it is too late to bring
Nazi murderers to justice, the figures clearly prove otherwise…”
Dr. Efraim Zuroff



Nuremberg betrayed: ISIS and the International Criminal Court
"We must strive to isolate and quarantine the Jihadist epidemic…" — Dr. Shimon Samuels


Never Again Should Include Endangered Yazidis HuffPost op-ed bt Rabbi Abraham Cooper
"…the Jewish community and everyone else for whom memory is a sacred trust should also be looking at haunting images of the Yazidis, the people targeted for extinction by ISIS." — Rabbis Abraham Cooper and Yitzchok Adlerstein



Trial set to begin for former SS guard charged as accessory to 300,000 murders in World War II

"Although not all concentration camp guards were directly involved in abusing or killing prisoners, they were all part of a genocidal system" — Dr. Efraim Zuroff


¡Mir zeinen do! (Aquí estamos) (Here we are)

"…racism, hatred, intolerance are still valid and strengthened in the world today."
— Sergio Widder