Yehuda Bauer is an Israeli historian and scholar of the Holocaust. He is a professor of Holocaust Studies at the Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The problem with the Polish legislation
Poland is misrepresenting the reality
The myth of Jewish power
Beyond Balfour: Where did Western leaders get the notion that Jewry wields global influence?
We're fighting Radicals, not Muslims
Yehuda Bauer says that Western politicians don't understand the enemy they face in the war on terror
The Israeli government can be seen as radically anti-Zionist
The aim of Zionism aim is the establishment, development, and growth of a state in which Jews are a solid majority and the non-Jewish minority has equal rights
Trump ﬂirting with triumph and disaster
None of the major players have any interest in the Israel-Palestine conflict continuing. Only Iran profits from it.
A hopeless ﬁght by the very young
The Warsaw ghetto uprising should not be used by politicians when discussing contemporary events, argues Yehuda Bauer
Jews will suffer as the world gets less liberal
Antisemitism thrives solely in monotheistic societies, and is driven by the fact that Jews have a culture, religion and customs that is distinct those of their neighbours
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