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Topic - Israel'S Holocaust Memorial
Israel's Holocaust memorial on Sunday commemorated the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, "the night of broken glass," when Nazi forces terrorized and torched Jewish towns and neighborhoods in Germany and parts of Austria, killing 500 Jews.
The family of an Arab doctor who was honored posthumously by Israel's Holocaust memorial last month has rejected the country's prestigious award due to their political beliefs.
He survived the Holocaust carrying the solemn portraits he drew of concentration camp prisoners who labored alongside him in one of the largest counterfeiting operations in history. For decades, those portraits have rarely been seen.