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Stand for Israel: Holocaust Resources U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Site includes glossary, chronology, and overviews of ghettos, Nazi camps, children, perpetrators, forced labor, tattoos and numbering system of identifying prisoners, gassing operations, killing centers. Provides answers to "What is genocide?" and discusses Holocaust denial. www.ushmm.org Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center
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Over the years what we now know as the land of Israel was known by many names - Eretz Yisrael (Land of Israel); Zion, one of Jerusalem's hills which came to signify both the city and the Land of Israel as a whole; Palestine, derived from Philistia, and first used by the Romans; the Promised Land; and the Holy Land, to mention but a few. However, to most Israelis today, the country is simply Ha'aretz—the Land. This section of Stand for Israel provides the information you need to know about the land of Israel. Stand for Israel: Land of Israel: Stand for Israel
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