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A woman holds an Israeli flag in front of International Criminal Court at The Hague, Netherlands, before a demonstration of representatives of families of hostages from the Oct. 7 cross-border attack by Hamas on Israel, Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2024. The Hostages Families Forum together with the Raoul Wallenberg Center for Human Rights want to submit a comprehensive complaint to the International Criminal Court on behalf of released hostages and families of hostages, including the issuance of arrest warrants for Hamas leaders on war crimes allegations including taking hostages, enforced disappearances, sexual violence and torture. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)

Bold & Blunt video: Team Biden ticks off Israel — again

- The Washington Times

Antony Blinken said during a recent visit to Israel that Hamas terrorists dehumanized the Jewish people during the October 7 terror attack -- but then suggested Israelis were also dehumanizing Palestinians. Talk about drawing a moral equivalency where no moral equivalency exists

Jochen “Jack” Wurfl, 91, is one of just 245,000 survivors of the Holocaust still living. And he’s on a mission to warn young people about the dangers of antisemitism as the Israel-Hamas conflict rages. Photo used with permission from "My Two Lives" by Jochen "Jack" Wurfl and published by Outskirts Press.

WATCH: Holocaust survivor shares story of survival, warns against dangers of antisemitism

- The Washington Times

Jochen "Jack" Wurfl's story of survival -- including a stint in the Hitler Youth as a young boy trying to hide his Jewish heritage -- is detailed in his recently published autobiography "My Two Lives." Originally written to document for his descendants their family's suffering, Mr. Wurfl hopes the account helps others take antisemitism more seriously in the wake of the Oct. 7 invasion of Israel by Hamas, a Palestinian terror group.