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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, March 30, 2017

International

This cartoon published in an Argentine newspaper features Hitler, Jewish prisoners, and popular DJ David Guetta. Hitler convinces the Jews to dance, telling them life is short, and happily informs the DJ afterwards that If [the Jews] are relaxed, the soap will be better.Jewish Leaders Not Amused
A controversial cartoon has elicited outrage from local Jewish authorities and an apology from the newspaper that printed it, media sources have reported.

In a parody of Hitler and the Holocaust, cartoonist Gustavo Sela drew “FieSSta.” The cartoon introduces Jews in a concentration camp asked to participate at a dance. They object, citing their hopeless situation. “Do you know that they kill us in gas chambers and make soap with us?” the Jews exclaim. Hitler enters the scene and urges the Jews to take advantage of the opportunity. “Life is short,” he sardonically remarks. “If [the Jews] are relaxed, the soap will be better,” the Fuhrer says while later thanking the DJ.

The cartoon was printed in the Argentine Pagina/12 newspaper

Passport photo of Raoul Wallenberg in June 1944.New Document Reveals KGB Efforts to Block Previous Research
Sweden has initiated a new investigation into the ultimate fate of the hero Raoul Wallenberg, who singlehandedly enabled as many as 100,000 Hungarian Jews to escape death at the hands of the Nazis during the Holocaust.

The effort is being launched in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the birth of Wallenberg, who disappeared after his arrest by the Soviet military in 1945. Wallenberg rescued Hungarian Jews primarily by

The death of Iranian nuclear scientist Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan earlier this month has renewed the heated debate over whether U.S. or Israeli intelligence agencies are conducting assassinations on Iranian soil.From digital weapons to economic sanctions, opponents of Iran’s growing nuclear program have made extensive efforts to arrest its development. Their campaign has been largely unsuccessful thus far, however; earlier this month, a top Iranian nuclear official announced the impending commencement of production at a second uranium enrichment plant. Having exhausted more conventional options, experts are now suggesting that the employment of covert operations may be the latest in international

The revered sage and kabbalist Rav Yaakov Abuchatzeira, whose grave has been declared off-limits to Jews by Egypts rulers.A leading member of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has warned “Zionists” that any attempt to visit the grave of the revered Sephardic sage Rav Yaakov Abuchatzeira (the Abir Yaakov) – who was widely known for his righteousness and for an ability to perform miracles – would effectively be a “suicide mission.” The ominous warning comes as a follow-up to a statement by Egypt’s Foreign Ministry that it had informed Israel it would not be “appropriate” for Israelis to make an annual pilgrimage to the

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach  Next Chief Rabbi of the United Kingdom?Israeli-British magician Uri Geller – who allegedly displayed his ability to bend spoons and stop clocks on television several decades ago – has come forward to recommend that popular author and speaker Rabbi Shmuley Boteach be chosen as England’s next Chief Rabbi. Geller’s public comments come as the current holder of that position, Jonathan Sacks, prepares to retire next September.
“In recent decades, British Jewry has come under sustained attack from the media, from political movements, and from