Dr. Inna Rogatchi

Arrivals, Departures: Holocaust victims as artists

Dr Rachel Perry’s Arrivals, Departures Exhibition of artists who lived, died and painted the Holocaust is at the Hecht Museum in Haifa. The theme: 'Quand Meme,' despite everything., 7/22/2018, 9:37 PM

The Polish Amendment is a change in tactics, not policy

Dr. Inna Rogatchi: To the PiS legislators and new-born fierce Polish uber-nationalists of all denominations, many of whom virtually yesterday were active pro-Soviet activists, we have a simple message to convey: We-do-know-who--killed-Jews-in-Poland., 7/4/2018, 4:39 AM

Elie Wiesel: A yahrzeit cloud and portrait of love

When this kind of person leaves our world, we all feel orphaned. This year, on the second yahrzeit, I can see more rays of sunlight behind the cloud of his memory. But still, a cloud is a cloud., 7/2/2018, 7:58 AM

Over-reacting and under-reacting: The Portman vs. the Konstanz Case

Two events, two kinds of reactions. What insults us and what does not? What keeps our attention and what fails to get it? , 4/29/2018, 11:37 PM

How Poland once spoke about the Shoah

A sobering revelation of how drastically the concept of turning wrong into right took off in Poland., 2/28/2018, 9:37 PM

Poland's official anti-Semitism

Churchill on Poland: It is a mystery and tragedy of European history, that a people capable of every heroic virtue, gifted, valiant, charming as individuals, should repeatedly show such inveterate faults in...their governmental life.. , 2/19/2018, 12:48 AM

Polish complicity in distorting the truth

It is really too much, Poland, telling us what to call your far too many accomplices to the wholesale murder of Jews during WWII.  , 1/30/2018, 9:14 PM

Photo-Essay: 'Compassion has no nationality'

The work of Finnish artist-architect Ranier Mahlamäki reflects the depth of Jewish history and succeeds in evoking the atmosphere of the most tragic story of modern times. , 12/18/2017, 7:36 PM

The song of our souls

Greeting the new year with photography and film., 9/24/2017, 6:49 AM

Elie Wiesel, my man for all seasons: First yahrzeit

Thoughts on the first anniversary of the passing of Elie Wiesel., 7/3/2017, 9:00 AM

Video Art Essay for Jerusalem Day

A new art series called Zion Waltz in honor of Jerusalem Day in the Jubilee year of the reunification of the Holy City., 5/24/2017, 11:18 AM

The macabre court case in France: In defense of George Bensoussan

France has been galvanized by what is known as the Bensoussan Trial, a modern clone of the Dreyfus trial that also has all the elements of a Stalin show-trial. , 2/27/2017, 10:30 AM

The trap of travesty: The Shoah as show business

Life was not beautiful, nor amusing, nor did the victims dance, during the darkness of the Holocaust. , 11/28/2016, 7:36 AM

Calling arson just that - arson

The enemies of Israel are ablaze with joy, but they do not understand the strength of the Jewish people, whose flame of survival burns in their souls., 11/26/2016, 7:20 PM

Russia and Raoul Wallenberg: Unfinished business

The story is far from over, although the media have been hoodwinked into thinking it is., 8/14/2016, 10:00 PM

Ukrainian Neo-Nazism: the European Parliament and Summer Camps

Shades of the 1930's, no change. Last in a series., 8/30/2015, 8:04 AM

What About Those Jews? Ukranian Neo-Nazism and Culture Offensive

The Ukraine has its own way of dealing with Jewish victims of the Nazis and current writers and scientists who do not think the right way., 8/27/2015, 10:22 AM

Operation SOS: Jewish Life in the Eastern Ukraine

The Jews in the region where hostilities are taking place are in dire straits., 10/10/2014, 5:50 AM