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Gabriel Fuchs, born in Sweden and now living in Switzerland, is a prolific writer, having had numerous articles and books published on IT and management. He is also a recognized photographer with a focus on documentary photography as well as fine art photography.

ARTICLES BY: Gabriel Fuchs


January 10, 2017 7:00 am
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Snapshots of the Kraków We Lost

It has been said that the Shtetl was created twice. Once hundreds of years ago as a place for Jews to live -- usually at the...

November 15, 2016 7:03 am
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Is Poland Normalizing Auschwitz?

What is life like in a town that's associated with the biggest crime in history, but that's also a thriving city where people go about their daily lives? The town...

May 2, 2016 6:56 am
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Is Germany Really Honoring the Memory of the Holocaust?

In one episode of the TV show Band of Brothers, the liberation of a concentration camp is intensely portrayed. The camp in question was situated just outside...

World

Monitoring at Iran’s Karaj Nuclear Site No Longer ‘Intact,’ Says IAEA...

JNS.org - The International Atomic Energy Agency’s monitoring of Iranian nuclear facilities is no longer “intact,” according to IAEA Director-General...

Israel

Israel to Allocate $3.1 Billion to Combat Future COVID-19 Waves

JNS.org - Israel will allocate 10 billion shekels ($3.1 billion) to combat future waves of the coronavirus pandemic as an “economic and medical safety blanket,” Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett...

Middle East

Israel Attacks Southern Syria Region, Syrian State Media Says

The Syrian government said Israel carried out an attack in southern Syria on Monday, state media reported, in a frontier zone where Israel has long been concerned about the presence...

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