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Synonyms for Wiesenthal

Austrian investigator of Nazi war crimes (born in 1908)

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The award was presented by Rabbi Marvin Hier, Founder and Dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center at the closing of a ceremony for the inauguration of the exhibition aPeople, Book, Land: 3,500 Year Relationship of the Jewish People with the Holy Landa at the United States Congress in Washington D.
Efraim Zuroff, described as the Simon Wiesenthal Center's chief Nazi hunter and Israel director, set up the campaign following the conviction of John Demjanjuk.
Written by and starring Tom Dugan, “Wiesenthal” chronicles the life of Holocaust survivor Simon Wiesenthal.
Wiesenthal will be chiefly responsible for oversight of all territories worldwide excluding North America and the UK.
There is no room for revenger Wiesenthal adamantly replied, and Diamant's plan was abandoned.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center's insistence, thus far, on building this museum on top of graves is appalling, APN said, this is the same organization that draws its moral authority from the Holocaust, and does its work in the name of a man who worked tirelessly to bring the guilty to justice.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center is dedicated to generating change through education by confronting anti-semitism, hate and terrorism and promoting human rights.
With an authenticity approved by the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, Dugan portrays the Austrian-born Jew toward the end of his life in "Nazi Hunter - Simon Wiesenthal," on stage Sunday at the Armstrong Theatre in Torrance.
Efraim Zuroff of the Simon Wiesenthal Center said new information that surfaced last week about SS doctor Aribert Heim -- the most wanted Nazi war criminal on his organization's list -- suggested that German authorities might have let him slip through the cracks.
Aribert Heim, who would be 93, tops the list of 10 suspects, to be published by the Simon Wiesenthal Centre, and obtained in advance by The Associated Press news agency.
Antisemitism; the generic hatred, essays in memory of Simon Wiesenthal.
Wiesenthal, then, entered this fray with no political base, virtually no moral or financial support, and bereft of any professional training in the investigative and legal domains.
To Pat Lowther," Christine Wiesenthal writes, "goes the dubious if not fatal, distinction of having accrued the most sensationally tragic of contemporary literary reputations" (3).
With the cooperation of Lowther's daughters and other family members, as well as her wide network of literary friends, Christine Wiesenthal set out to rescue Pat Lowther from those who see her principally as a victim and remember her more for her death than her work.
Andrew Wiesenthal, associate executive director of the Permanente Federation, part of Kaiser Permanente, a nonprofit, group practice health maintenance organization, based in Oakland, Calif.