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- Antisemitism In Four Mutations: "The increasing bigotry, and at times violence, within each of these four countries paints a terrifying portrait of how global hatred disseminates and harms"
- "The conflict both US and Israel are engaged in is a war of ideas against nebulous transnational actors, a struggle that is not likely to be won decisively"
- LA synagogues, schools and Jewish memorials vandalized with anti-Semitic, anti-Israel slogans, Jewish-owned businesses battered, particularly in Fairfax district
- German army to welcome rabbis into its chaplaincy this year to provide spiritual support to Jewish soldiers as anti-Semitism surges in the country
- "Is there the slightest hint of embarrassment from the far Left" about an anti-Israel activist squarely in their camp, building firebombs to toss in New York City?
- #Minneapolis #Intersectionality "American pro-BDS group claims #IDF tactics 'systematically target black and brown bodies'"
- “The great philosophers and poets of the West—from Aeschylus and Euripides, to Shakespeare, Hobbes, and the American Founders—understood the chaos and lust for power that lurk beneath civilization”
- "Temple Mount activist Yehudah Glick hospitalized with light injuries after incident at home of Iyad Halak, a Palestinian autistic man shot dead by police"
Tag Archives: Elie Wiesel
#ElieWiesel “It was in that sense fitting that a vicious #anti-Zionist like #MaxBlumenthal would choose to abuse Wiesel even after his death”
COMMENTARY The Importance of Elie Wiesel by Jonathan S. Tobin July 3, 2016 …By his later years, Wiesel had risen above his beginnings to become a hero to many who cared nothing for the lessons of Jewish history. In an … Continue reading
#ElieWiesel The helpless teenager who lost his parents and a sister in the Holocaust became a one-man reminder of the imperative to confront evil, defending everyone from Soviet Jews, to Cambodian refugees, to victims of African famine [VIDEO]
TIMES OF ISRAEL Elie Wiesel, the survivor who endured, educated, was never silent, never gave up by Verena Dobnik July 2, 2016 NEW YORK (AP) — The frail, dapper man who sometimes greeted reporters in his Madison Avenue office spoke … Continue reading
EMET, The Endowment for Middle East Truth, was proud to support the panel discussion “The Meaning of Never Again: Guarding Against a Nuclear Iran,” featuring Nobel Prize for Peace winner Elie Wiesel, Senator Ted Cruz (TX-R), and moderated by Shmuley Boteach … Continue reading
BREITBART by Joel P. Pollak February 13, 2015 Nobel laureate and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel has confirmed that he will attend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to a special joint session of Congress on March 3, despite the boycott … Continue reading
ALGEMEINER by Ben Cohen December 8, 2014 Back in October, Holly Bicerano, a Jewish student at Boston University, penned an article for the Times of Israel entitled “Why Hillel Should Welcome Anti-Zionists and BDS Backers.” Extolling the virtues of a … Continue reading
NEW YORK OBSERVER by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach November 17, 2014 Nobelist Elie Wiesel Comes to Cooper Union to Stand Up for Israel — Even If NYU’s Jewish Student Groups Won’t Israel is the great battle of our time. The question … Continue reading
THE FORWARD by Alvin H. Rosenfeld August 28, 2014 The True Face Behind a New York Times Ad Given Hitler’s voluminous rants about Jews, it is not surprising that one aspect of his obsession is less known: the pleasure he … Continue reading