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Dr. Elie Wiesel is the author of more than forty books of fiction and non-fiction, including A Beggar in Jerusalem, The Testament, The Fifth Son, and two volumes of his memoirs. Dr. Wiesel, who in 1986 won the Nobel Prize for Peace, worked for many years as a journalist, and is a contributor to the Algemeiner Journal.

ARTICLES BY: Elie Wiesel


March 21, 2012 4:53 pm
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Exclusive by Elie Wiesel: The Tragedy in Toulouse

Will the hatred of the Jews ever finally vanish? Will Jewish children always be in danger? This time, a murderer slew four Jews: a teacher and...

December 3, 2008 3:56 pm
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A Wicked World

We read the newspapers and our hearts bleed. I picture the holy Rebbe, R. Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev. What would he have said? "What's going on...

Features

Female Israeli Lone Soldiers May Finally Get Their Home Away From Home

JNS.org - Part of the widely admired strength of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF)...

Israel’s Leading Counter-Terrorism Expert on His ‘Art’

JNS.org -- In 1996, when Boaz Ganor founded Israel’s International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT),...

A Muslim Woman’s Fight Against Radical Islam

If there is a single question that defines the geo-politics of our age, it might be the question that Farhana Qazi has been...

World

White House: President Trump ‘Deeply Disappointed and Concerned’...

President Donald Trump is “deeply disappointed and concerned” by the ongoing upsurge in antisemitism across the US, White House Press...

Israel

Heads of ‘Gaza Envelope’ Regional Councils Express Hope That Is...

The heads of local authorities in the "Gaza envelope" in southern Israel expressed hope on Monday -- in the wake...

Middle East

Egyptian Army Destroys Gaza Border Tunnels; Coptic Christians Forced to Fle...

JNS.org - The Egyptian military said it has discovered and destroyed weapons-smuggling tunnels at its border with Gaza. A military spokesperson told...

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