SJS Class Updates 11/13, 11/16 & 11/20, 2016

Gan (3.5-5 year olds)

Upcoming: Sat, Dec 3 Shabbat Family Programming (SFP) begins in Room 1 on main level of SJS building at 9:30 a.m.

Highlights from the Gan….In the spirit of the upcoming holiday, Thanksgiving….much of today was centered around this holiday.  I asked the children how many times a day in the Jewish tradition we should say Thank You (100 times).  We then made a list of things we are thankful for (posted on the classroom door).   The ruach that the children showed during Shira (music) was amazing.  We learned about the letter Bet today as well.  As always, the children enjoyed Tefillah with Mr. Sherman and Mr. Marc.

Safe travels and a Happy Thanksgiving is my wish to all of you…..

-Morah Lynn

Aleph (1st Grade)

Upcoming: Sat, Dec 3 Shabbat Family Programming (SFP) begins in Room 1 on main level of SJS building at 9:30 a.m.

This week Aleph students concentrated on writing the first 6 letters of the Alphabet, with the addition of the letter Vav. The students also concentrated on the value of Chesed (Kindness) with the story of “A Sack Full of Feathers,” and talked about how our words have power. Finally, we focused on Isaac and Rebecca in our Torah studies.-Mrs. Berlow

Bet (2nd Grade)

Upcoming: Sat, Dec 3 Shabbat Family Programming (SFP) begins in Room 4 on main level of SJS building at 9:30 a.m.

Today Kitah Bet enjoyed learning about Shabbat. The students  learned about symbols and rituals of Shabbat and learned to braid challot. After reciting Shabbat blessings we had a delicious snack with freshly baked challot. We also talked about Thanksgiving and its similarities and differences with Sukkot. We talked about being thankful for what we have; watched “Hakarat hatov” (Gratitude) on Shaboom.  -Morah Anna

Gimel (3rd Grade)

Upcoming: Sat, Dec 3 Shabbat Family Programming (SFP) begins in Room 4 on main level of SJS building at 9:30 a.m.

Shalom Parents,

In our B’tzelem Eloheim unit, we’ve talked a lot about what make us different, and how G-d created us, but how can we be more like G-d?

Recap: This week, we explored our ideas about G-d, and how we can use G-d as a role model for how we live. The lesson began with a question about super heroes. We discussed what superheroes can do, and the powers they possess. This relates to role models. We have real life role models among us, and they are heroes. Not only that, but in Judaism, we have G-d as a role model. We brainstormed a list of qualities all of these groups have in common, and use them as a lens to view ourselves. How can WE be role models? How can we use super heroes, role models, and G-d to teach us how to live our lives.

We connected this with the idea of B’tzelem Elohim – if G-d created us to be in G-d’s image, what responsibility do we have to be like G-d? We spent some time learning about a common theme in the superhero world – justice. We talked about the idea of justice, and “Tzedek, tzedek tirdof,” pursuing justice in our lives and our communities.

Table Talk: How will you use your knowledge of being created in G-d’s image to treat others better? To treat yourself better? How about others in your family? What’s your superpower now?

MyShalomLearning: 3.2.4 & 3.3.1

Please answer the Wrap-Up questions for Unit 2 B’tzelem Elohim and do the Kick-Off questions forUnit 3, Gevurah!

Next Week: We begin the unit of Gevurah, strength!

In Ivrit (Hebrew), the yeladim (children) learned about the following Hebrew letters: י (yud) and ח  (chet).  The yeladim also worked on reviewing their previously learned letters and vowels through game, movement, and writing, and began learning tefillot (prayers) from the Friday night Kabbalat Shabbat service.

This week both Hebrew packets and flashcards were sent home with each student – please make sure that each student is continuing to work through their Hebrew packets at their own-pace.  Additionally, homework sheets were sent home for each student to practice at least 5 minutes per day.  All of this work can also be found on Schoology.

Have a great week!

B’Shalom,

Mrs. Sender & Morah Myra

Dalet (4th Grade)

Upcoming: Sat, Dec 3 Shabbat Family Programming (SFP) begins in Room 4 on main level of SJS building at 9:30 a.m.

We continued to explore different kinds of Zichronot (Remembrances) using examples from around the country.  The students examined the different elements that made up the Zikaron as well as why that particular modality was used to memorialize the person after hearing interviews from people involved in it’s creation. This exercise will be helpful to the students as they begin to formulate ideas for their own Zikaron based on their personal interviews. After Thanksgiving break we will begin the creation of the Zichronot and already the students are thinking about whether to include text, pictures and/or other elements to tell the story of the person’s life.  For those students that were not present for today’s lesson, I would encourage them to complete the interview worksheets and email them to me ASAP so that I can print them out and have them ready for class on December 4th to allow them to participate in this project. Additionally, I would encourage your child to watch the following videos showing examples of different Zichronot we explored during class”

Links to videos of remembrances:

Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
-Mrs. Cohen

We worked on Birckot Ha’Shachar and the meaning of thanking G-d and to be in G-d’s image.  We worked on reading the Hebrew accurately.  Please make sure your child practices Birckot Ha’Shachar at home.  Please ask your child: What does it mean that we are created in G-d’s image? -Mrs. Moustakis

Heh (5th Grade)

Upcoming: Sat, Dec 3 Shabbat Family Programming (SFP) begins in Sanctuary in the synagogue building at 9:30 a.m.

The students began working on earning the 8 Tochecha (Rebuke) Techniques and completed a packet in class where they were asked to examine examples of tochecha and describe whether they were effective or ineffective examples as well as to which “technique” the example applied. We will be going over the worksheets as a class next time we meet.  Have a Happy Thanksgiving!  Mrs. Cohen

As we prepared for the Friday night service that we will be leading, we reviewed the reading for Shalom Aleichem.  Please practice page 10, lines 1-6.  Please ask your child: Why are we inviting the angels in the Shalom Aleichem prayer?  Why do we rejoice on Shabbat?  To whom we are singing? -Mrs. Moustakis

This past week in Torah Trope, we learned the zakeif katon melody and applied it to the V‘Ahavata.-Mr. Lerner

Vav (6th Grade)

Upcoming: Sat, Dec 3 Shabbat Family Programming (SFP) begins in Sanctuary in the synagogue building at 9:30 a.m.

This past week in Yeshivat B’nai Mitzvah, we learned the zakeif katon melody and applied it to the V‘Ahavata. -Mr. Lerner
We concluded our discussion of the concept of B’tzelem Elohim—the creation of each human in God’s image. We focused on the differences between humans and other animals, and the notion that humans have both animalistic and godly qualities. One major focus of our conversation was gratitude and the different ways that humans and other animals express it.  -Hazzan Szenes-Strauss
The Vav students learned about the Jewish perspectives on the weekly cycle and the Shabbat. The students wrote down the different terms associated with the weekly cycle and the Shabbat. The students were excited to share their ideas. They also learned to pronounce the Hebrew days of the week.  Finally, we summarized the topic and emphasized the practical aspects of living a proactive Jewish life during the week and resting on the Sabbath. -Moreh Igal 

Zayin (7th Grade)

Upcoming: Sat, Dec 3 Shabbat Family Programming (SFP) begins in Sanctuary in the synagogue building at 9:30 a.m.

The students practiced reading through the selection of prayers in their siddur packets. Some prayers were unfamiliar, while others were familiar but had not necessarily been taught to the students formally. This allowed students a chance to correct mispronunciations that they had learned orally in synagogue or school. -Hazzan Szenes-Strauss

This week the yeladim participated in an interesting discussion surrounding the topic “Why does G-d let bad things happen in the world?”  Based on the text Tough Questions that Jews Ask, the students brainstormed G-d’s role (or lack thereof) in natural disasters, terrorist activities, illnesses, etc.  Please be sure to ask your student about this discussion and have them share with us during our next class!  -Mrs. Sender

The Zayin students learned about the Jewish perspectives on the weekly cycle and the Shabbat. The students  wrote down the different terms associated with the weekly cycle and the Shabbat. The students were excited to share their ideas. They also learned to pronounce the Hebrew days of the week.  Finally, we summarized the topic and emphasized the practical aspects of living a proactive Jewish life during the week and resting on the Sabbath.-Moreh Igal

Prozdor (8th Grade)

Upcoming: Sun, Dec 4 starting at 10:30 a.m. (one hour later than the majority of the classes in SJS) in Room 9 on upper level of SJS building. 

The Prozdor students learned about the Jewish perspectives on the weekly cycle and the Shabbat. They also learned to pronounce the Hebrew days of the week. In addition, we discussed what we should be thankful for. Sense of gratitude is a Jewish value that should be always cultivated in the hearts of Jewish children. The students shared what they are thankful for. They enjoyed the class and are looking forward to the next one. -Moreh Igal

Pardes (9th-10th Grades)

Upcoming: Sun, Dec 4 starting at 10:30 a.m. (one hour later than the majority of the classes in SJS) in Room 9 on upper level of SJS building. 

We spent several minutes discussing the election results.  We then discussed the film “Denial” with a focus on reasons why there are those who deny the Shoah.  Finally we turned to a detailed worksheet on the film, “Schindler’s List”, by way of highlighting key insights regarding the Holocaus and the motives of Holocaust rescuers the film provided.  -Dr. Elliot Lefkovitz

We conducted a review of the recently viewed Schindler’s List, focusing on what the students learned from the movie which they had not known earlier. The portrayal of the Nazis, with their heartlessness and refusal to look at Jews as actual human beings had the greatest impact.  Although students had heard multiple stories in the past, the dramatization brought the stories to life.  -Cantor Simon

SJS Class Updates 11/6, 2016

Gan (3.5-5 year olds)

Upcoming: Sun, Nov 13 in Room 1 on main level of SJS building

Gan Highlights….We read two stories about Noah and his Ark.  The children colored their very own arks, made a ramp for the animals to go up two-by-two (hanging on the classroom window).  We continued to expand our knowledge of Hebrew during our Hebrew Through Movement time.  The children are active participants when it comes to Shira.  We had a great time at Tefillah with Mr. Sherman and Mr. Marc. -Morah Lynn

Aleph (1st Grade)

Upcoming: Sun, Nov 13 in Room 2 on main level of SJS building

The Aleph students learned about the second Torah portion: Noah. They learned about how Noah was chosen to be saved because of his kindness, the task of building an ark, saving the animals, and how he knew it was safe to return to land. The students also reviewed how to write their Hebrew letters and added the letter “Heh.”  Finally, the students watched an episode of Shaboom in which students learned about Hakarat Hatov, having gratitude. -Mrs. Berlow

Bet (2nd Grade)

Upcoming: Sun, Nov 13 in Room 3 on main level of SJS building  PLEASE NOTE: Rabbi Newman Kamin will be having a brunch/family education with the Bet Class in Room 3 from 9:50 am.-11:25 a.m.

Shalom, this week we learned about Noah and the flood. As I read the story the students had many questions about Noah’s age, the size of the ark, different animals leaving together etc.  At the end of the session we had a great discussion about why G-d sent a flood, why he choose Noah and what G-d sent as a promise to never flood the earth again. We talked about what it means to be a righteous man (Tzadik) and the meaning of the covenant (Brit).   We started learning about Shabbat. We talked about importance of rest, Shabbat symbols, and read ” The Shabbat Box” by L.Simpson.  -Morah Anna

Gimel (3rd Grade)

Upcoming: Sun, Nov 13 starting in Room 5 on upper level of SJS building

It was a pleasure to teach the Gimel class this past Sunday. We worked on every name in Hebrew with its origin and meaning.  We spoke about the concept בצלם אלוקים (Being created in G-d’s Image) and looked for attributes and characteristics that G-d has and that we would like to adopt. Mercy or goodness, loving etc….  I also taught the students the song   על שלשה דברים העולם עומד  או קיים ; The world stands upon three things: On Torah, Worship and Loving Deeds. –Pirke Avot 1:2   The students are making amazing progress in Hebrew with Mrs. Sender.  -Mrs. Moustakis

Dalet (4th Grade)

Upcoming: Sun, Nov 13 starting in Room 7 on upper level of SJS building

We completed our first text-based study this week looking at the Avot and Emahot and lessons we can learn from them. The Dalet class was excited to begin working on their very own “Birkat Banim U’Vanot” in Omanut (Art) this week. They used the lesson learned from our Avot and Emahot to think of characteristics that they would like to be blessed with and created representations of those ideas using oil pastels and water colors.  Additionally, we began discussing the concept of Zichronot and ways we memorialize events and people. Taking a short walk around the school, we were able to find several examples of Zichronot throughout the building. I am looking forward to the students creating their own Zikaron in a few weeks after completing their interview assignment which are due on Nov 20.

It was great seeing many of you at conferences this past Wednesday.

-Mrs. Cohen

Heh (5th Grade)

Upcoming: Sun, Nov 13 starting in in Sanctuary in synagogue building

We completed out first text based study looking at actual biblical texts on Tochecha. The students were successfully able to take the biblical phrases and apply their concepts to real examples from their lives. Great job! Next week, we will be looking at “Eight Techniques for Better Communication.” Mrs. Cohen

This past week in Torah Trope, we applied the etnachta and sof pasuk melodies to the V’Ahavta.  This is excellent progress! -Mr. Lerner

Vav (6th Grade)

Upcoming: Sun, Nov 13 starting in in Sanctuary in synagogue building

This past week in Yeshivat B’nai Mitzvah, we reviewed the etnachta and sof pasuk melodies, and applied them to the appropriate phrases in the V’Ahavata.  We also continued our study of the Jewish calendar. -Mr. Lerner
The Vav students enjoyed learning about the Jewish heritage and values. Each student wrote his English and Hebrew names on a piece of paper. Then, I asked the students to jot down the phrases describing Jewish heritage and the actions associated with these expressions. The students were excited about this assignment and participated in the discussion very actively.  -Moreh Igal

Zayin (7th Grade)

Upcoming: Sun, Nov 13 starting in in Sanctuary in synagogue building

This past Sun, Nov 6, the Zayin and Prozdor classes went to the Ark.  The pictures in the collage below show our students organizing the bin of food and supplies that our congregation have brought in since Yom Kippur.  Rebecca Fletcher from the Ark also taught our students about the various services that the Ark provides. -Mr. Sherman

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Prozdor (8th Grade)

Upcoming: Sun, Nov 13 starting at 10:30 a.m. (one hour later than the majority of the classes in SJS) in Room 6 on upper level of SJS building.

The Prozdor students who did not go on the field trip to the Ark enjoyed discussing the Jewish heritage and values. Mira and Daphna wrote their English and Hebrew names on a piece of paper. They jotted down the phrases describing Jewish heritage and the actions associated with these expressions. Then, we discussed and compared these terms and actions.    -Moreh Igal

Pardes (9th-10th Grades)

Upcoming: Sun, Nov 13 starting at 10:30 a.m. (one hour later than the majority of the classes in SJS) in Room 6 on upper level of SJS building.

We thank JUF’s Israel Education Center for coming to Am Yisrael for a very special workshop designed to begin preparing our students for some of the challenges they may encounter when they get to college. JUF’s Israel Education Center Executive Director Emily Briskman was joined by Carl Schrag, who is program director of JUF’s Write On for Israel fellowship, as they discussed the environment on college campuses today and encouraged our teens to think about how they can become a productive part of the campus conversation about Israel and their Jewish identities.  Special thanks to Cantor Simon for organizing this program. -Mr. Sherman

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Shabbat Family Programming (SFP) is Tonight 11/4/16 @ 6 p.m.

We look forward to seeing the Am Yisrael community this evening (Fri, 11/4) for Shabbat Family Programming (SFP) @ 6 p.m.  It will be an opportunity for all those in attendance to get a greater sense and understanding of the Fridayevening service, with our students serving as our teachers.  We will be singing many of the wonderful tunes that have become a hallmark of Am Yisrael services over the past few years with our students getting the opportunity to take “center stage.”  We will serve light refreshments immediately following SFP.  This one hour program will be a meaningful way for us to conclude our week with our congregational family.

 

Shabbat Shalom,
Charlie Sherman
School of Jewish Studies Director
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SJS Class Updates 10/30 and 11/2, 2016

Gan (3.5-5 year olds)

Upcoming: Shabbat Family Programming (SFP), Fri, Nov 4 in Sanctuary at 6 p.m. & Sun, Nov 6 in Room 1 on main level of SJS building

Gan Highlights….We had a Super Sunday!  Our question of the week was- “Do you have a favorite book?”  The reason I asked the children this was since last week we celebrated the holiday of Simchat Torah and we finished the Torah and started it again. The Torah has many stories about who we are and since it is a favorite, we read it again and again.  The first story we come across in the Torah is of Creation.  I discussed with the children what G-d did on the first six days and then what was the seventh day? (Shabbat).  We made our very own timeline of Creation.  The children as always had a great time at Tefillah with Mr. Sherman, Mr. Marc and the puppets.           -Morah Lynn

Aleph (1st Grade)

Upcoming: Shabbat Family Programming (SFP), Fri, Nov 4 in Sanctuary at 6 p.m. & Sun, Nov 6 in Room 2 on main level of SJS building

This week the Aleph students focused on the story of creation. We learned about the the world and God’s creations. We also focused on the letter “dalet” today. In Hebrew through Movement we focused on numbers from 1 to 4 and to be able to identify how many items were in the room without the items being in numerical order. The students also practice counting to from 1 to 10 by playing hopscotch and counting to the number in which their bean bag fell on. -Mrs. Berlow

Bet (2nd Grade)

Upcoming: Shabbat Family Programming (SFP), Fri, Nov 4 in Sanctuary at 6 p.m. & Sun, Nov 6 in Room 3 on main level of SJS building

This week the students continued to learn about the Torah. We learned about what the Torah is and what it represents. We focused on the first book of Torah: Beresheit. After reading the story of Creation, we discussed why it took 6 days to create the world and talked about what it means to be created in the image of G-d. We also talked about the meaning of Derekh Eretz– a way we can create a community in which we all want to live. We are able to perform the mitzvah of Derekh Eretz just by saying the special magic words- todah, bevakasha, may I-Morah Anna

Gimel (3rd Grade)

Upcoming: Shabbat Family Programming (SFP), Fri, Nov 4 in Sanctuary at 6 p.m. & Sun, Nov 6 starting in Room 5 on upper level of SJS building

Shalom Gimel Families!

This week you received the Hebrew reading packets and corresponding audio for your student (s) to practice at home.  You will receive a separate e-mail from Mr. Sherman regarding your specific student(s) and where they are in their packets.

*Please note, that these packets and audio can also be found by going to RESOURCES  and GROUP  at the top of the page, and clicking on the PINK FOLDER labeled HEBREW RESOURCES at http://my.shalomlearning.org/

H A P P Y  R E A D I N G!

-Mrs. Sender

Dalet (4th Grade)

Upcoming: Shabbat Family Programming (SFP), Fri, Nov 4 in Sanctuary at 6 p.m. & Sun, Nov 6 starting in Room 7 on upper level of SJS building

This week we began our first text study looking at the actions of our Avot and Emahot. The students were divided into groups and given guide questions and ultimately asked to present the lessons learned from each story. We were able to get thorugh two out of the three groups and will finish next week before turning to Birkat HaBain U’Vanot and discussing why we evoke our ancestors when blessing our children.

As part of our unit on “Zikaron: My Memories, My Roots” the students have been discovering the stories of our ancestors and their relevance to our lives as Jews then and now. We are using original texts to pull out lesson from the Torah that apply to us in our daily lives and instruct us on how to ( and sometimes how not to) behave.

Now it’s time to turn to our own families and learn about some of our own personal stories. As part of this unit, the students are being asked to interview a relative for the purpose of learning a family story that is unfamiliar to the student and using the story (and the connection made with the relative) to create their own “Zichronot” (Memorials).   If possible, I would like all students to turn in these sheets to me by Sunday November 20th so that we may begin working on our “Zichronot” when we come back from Thanksgiving break.  As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to email me: bcohen@amyisrael.org . -Mrs. Cohen

Heh (5th Grade)

Upcoming: Shabbat Family Programming (SFP), Fri, Nov 4 in Sanctuary at 6 p.m. & Sun, Nov 6 starting in in Sanctuary in synagogue building

This week we began our first text study “B’Chevrutah” (in small groups) looking at the Torah perspective on Tochecha using a passuk (versa) in Vayikra 19:17. The students first worked in their groups and then we came together as a class to discuss what we’ve learned.  Next week we will finish our first chevrutah and begin exploring tips on giving effective Tochecha. –Mrs. Cohen

This past week in Torah Trope, we reviewed the etnachta and sof pasuk melodies.  We also continued our study of the Jewish calendar.. -Mr. Lerner

The majority of the Heh students have completed Hebrew Step-by-Step Boot Camp (Packet 3) and moved forward in their reading of the Hebrew Siddur prayers and enjoying the class.        -Moreh Igal

Vav (6th Grade)

Upcoming: Shabbat Family Programming (SFP), Fri, Nov 4 in Sanctuary at 6 p.m. & Sun, Nov 6 starting in in Sanctuary in synagogue building

This past week in Yeshivat B’nai Mitzvah, we reviewed the etnachta and sof pasuk melodies, and applied them to the appropriate phrases in the v’Ahavata.  We also continued our study of the Jewish calendar. -Mr. Lerner
The Vav students enjoyed watching videos about the seven fruits of Israel and had a meaningful discussion re Noah’s flood and ark with questions asked by some Vav students. The students liked to learn and discuss the archeological search for Noah’s ark on Mt. Ararat.  -Moreh Igal
We continued our exploration of the idea that people are all created B’tzelem Elohim, in God’s image. Students explored the question of why it should matter to any one person that others are also made in the image of God. We also began to explore havruta (partnered study) as a way of exploring texts and ideas.  -Hazzan Szenes-Strauss

Zayin (7th Grade)

Upcoming: Shabbat Family Programming (SFP), Fri, Nov 4 in Sanctuary at 6 p.m. & Sun, Nov 6 starting in Room 9 to get carpools organized.  NOTE: This Sun, Nov 6, the Zayin class will be going to the Ark.  Carpools will be leaving from Am Yisrael at 9:30 a.m. for a 10:00 a.m. starting time.  The address for the Ark in West Rogers Park is: Seymour H. Persky Building; 6450 N. California Ave., Chicago, IL 60645; 773.973.1000.  Students will return to Am Yisrael in time for the regular 12:15 p.m. dismissal. 

The Zayin class had a Family Education brunch with Rabbi Newman Kamin this past Sunday morning.  They discussed B’nai Mitzvah and the importance of performing mitzvot throughout life.  Thank you to all of the parents who joined us for this wonderful get-together.  -Mr. Sherman
The students chose from a variety of texts for reading practice. They were periodically asked to read aloud one-on-one in order to check fluency and accuracy. We then explored one book as a class and learned some basic vocabulary relating to food and the terms for “there is” and “there is not.”  -Hazzan Szenes-Strauss

Prozdor (8th Grade)

Upcoming: Shabbat Family Programming (SFP), Fri, Nov 4 in Sanctuary at 6 p.m. & Sun, Nov 6 starting in Room 9 to get carpools organized.  NOTE: This Sun, Nov 6, the Zayin class will be going to the Ark.  Carpools will be leaving from Am Yisrael at 9:30 a.m. for a 10:00 a.m. starting time.  The address for the Ark in West Rogers Park is: Seymour H. Persky Building; 6450 N. California Ave., Chicago, IL 60645; 773.973.1000.  Students will return to Am Yisrael in time for the regular 12:15 p.m. dismissal. 

The Prozdor students enjoyed watching videos about the seven fruits of Israel
and thy liked to learn and discuss the archeological search for Noah’s ark on Mt. Ararat. The students enjoyed the class and had a great time together.  -Moreh Igal

Pardes (9th-10th Grades)

Upcoming: We will welcome JUF’s Israel Education Center to Am Yisrael for a very special workshop designed to begin preparing our students for some of the challenges they may encounter when they get to college. JUF’s Israel Education Center Executive Director Emily Briskman will be joined by Carl Schrag, who is program director of JUF’s Write On for Israel fellowship, as they discuss the environment on college campuses today and encourage our teens to think about how they can become a productive part of the campus conversation about Israel and their Jewish identities.  All 9th-12th graders are in Room 6 at 10:30 a.m. sharp.  At 11:30 a.m., the 9th and 10th graders will remain in Room 6 and the 11th and 12th graders will move to Room 8. 

This past Sunday, our class viewed an outstanding movie, Denial, at the Century Theater in Evanston.  This is the true story of a professor of Jewish Studies at Emory University, Deborah Lipstadt, who wrote a book about people who deny the Holocaust, and specifically disparaged a Brit, David Irving, stating that his virulent antisemitism caused him to rewrite history.  Professor Lipstadt was sued in British court for libel, and won the case, further damaging Mr. Irving’s reputation.  This was a perfect follow up to Schindler’s List, not only showing that antisemitism is unfortunately still exists, but it also served as a blueprint as to how one should deal with it. -Cantor Simon

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