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  1. Both survivors of the Holocaust, Shatz and Fabian met in 1953, when Shatz helped extricate Fabian and her sister from prison in Bratislava, Slovakia. The sisters had been jailed for trying ...

  2. As a girl from a family of survivors, coming of age in nineteen-eighties America, I felt the Holocaust as a tangible presence, simultaneously inescapable and unknowable. Some of their ...

  3. Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer seeks to shift the blame for his infamous “Holocaust centers” gaffe to Defense Secretary James Mattis in his new memoir. Spicer claimed ...

  4. NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says while he finds Holocaust denial "deeply offensive," he doesn't believe that such content should be banned from Facebook.

  5. Mark Zuckerberg clarifies his Holocaust comments

    FOX 2 News St. Louis5 hours ago

    Zuckerberg made his comments during an interview that ReCode’s Kara Swisher published Wednesday morning. Facebook has said that it allows conspiracy theories to remain on the site, but limits their reach so fewer people see them.

  6. Although the call’s message is consistent with his anti-Semitic rhetoric — he’s an known Holocaust denier — Fitzgerald denied responsibility, writing on his congressional campaign site ...

  7. Facebook won’t ban sites that peddle conspiracy theories about the Holocaust or Sandy Hook — because they’re just making mistakes, CEO Mark Zuckerberg explained in an interview released ...

  8. CEO explains decision not to censor conspiracy theories but says the platform will try to ‘reduce distribution of content’

  9. A Jewish MP who called Jeremy Corbyn a 'f***ing anti-Semite and racist' has doubled down on her words explaining that her grandparents were murdered by Hitler during the Holocaust and ...

  10. What a month it’s been for America’s billionaires! Wednesday was Mark Zuckerberg’s turn to wade neck deep into a river of sewage.

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