American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Wiesenthal, Simon 1908-2005. Ukranian-born Holocaust survivor who, as founder (1961) and head of the Jewish Documentation Center, tracked down more than 1,000 Nazi war criminals, most famously Adolf Eichmann.
- n. Austrian investigator of Nazi war crimes (born in 1908)
“Register your protest against the desecration of Muslim graves by calling the Wiesenthal center:”
“If I was to go all “Black Helicopter/Tinfoil Hat” over here… I wonder what phone company you used to call the Wiesenthal center?”
“IKG President Ariel Muzicant said in his speech at the event - held in Vienna's Lower Austria Palace - that he had always opposed calling Wiesenthal just a "Nazi-hunter.”
“We don't think that that's appropriate given the heinous nature of his crimes, Efraim Zuroff, the chief Nazi hunter at the Simon Wiesenthal Center, said in a telephone interview from Jerusalem.”
“Rabbi Marvin Hier, dean and founder of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, a Jewish human-rights group, said he was "delighted" by Mr. Netanyahu's statements.”
“The Simon Wiesenthal Center said Muslims in the Arab world have built roads, commercial centers and public buildings on their own cemeteries.”
“The museum is a project of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, a U.S.-based rights group named for a famous Nazi hunter.”
“Researchers from the Simon Wiesenthal Foundation have uncovered evidence of the religious heart of the Nazi regime, with the discovery of a redraft of the Lords Prayer written specifically for Adolf Hitler.”
“That inspired us at the Simon Wiesenthal Center to launch a modest multi-lingual www.askmusa.org website to introduce Muslims to the basics of Judaism.”
“There was justice of a limited sort, the Nazi hunting of Simon Wiesenthal for instance.”
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