Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

The Jewish Choice: Unity or Anti-Semitism

Historical facts on anti-Semitism as a reflection of Jewish social discord     I am a researcher, a scientist, and a kabbalist. But first and foremost, I am a Jew. I grew up in the former Soviet Union and the

Solidarity March in New York City: From Hatred and Fear to Love and Unity

As fear still ripples throughout the Jewish communities of Monsey, Brooklyn and Jersey City following the recent string of anti-Semitic attacks, today’s Solidarity March in New York City, organized by the UJA Federation, aims to counter the negative sensation head

Dr. Michael Laitman and Anti-Semitism: Why I Meet with Critics of Israel and the Jewish People

Dr. Michael Laitman and Anti-Semitism Why I Meet with Critics of Israel and the Jewish People by Dr. Michael Laitman  I invest a lot of energy into meeting with people from all walks of life in order to discuss the

Anti-Semitism: The Virus Break Is Over

Before COVID-19 took over the world by storm, the newspapers were very often focused on the spreading global anti-Semitism. The coronavirus put people on survival mode, and when you’re busy saving your life and the lives of your loved ones,

Anti-Semitism: The Virus Break Is Over

Before COVID-19 took over the world by storm, the newspapers were very often focused on the spreading global anti-Semitism. The coronavirus put people on survival mode, and when you’re busy saving your life and the lives of your loved ones,

Into Truth Trailer – Cracking the Jewish Riddle

Even though public events will not be held this year due to the coronavirus, The Holocaust remembrance day is still the right time to ask ourselves what is the reason for the hatred of Jews throughout history? And is there a

COVID-19 and Anti-Semitism: An Unseen Connection

  The Coronavirus Disease 2019, or COVID-19, like any crisis in history since the inception of the Jewish people, will ignite a wave of anti-Semitism. We can already see it budding on social media, traditional media outlets, in graffiti, and

Anti-Semitism Was on Lockdown; Now It’s Back

A few days ago, The New York Times wrote in relation to Secretary of State Pompeo’s visit to Israel that there is a “thinly veiled allusion to a bone of contention between Israel and the United States” regarding China. The aftermath of

Anti-Semitism and Pandemics

Be it a plague or a war, a flood or an earthquake, a revolution or a financial meltdown, in the end, there is always one culprit: the Jews. In America, too, many already blame COVID-19 on the Jews, as is

Is Anti-Semitism Racism? Depends Who You Ask

Read this Jerusalem Post headline carefully: “Anti-racism protesters in Paris yell ‘dirty Jews’ at counter-protesters.” That’s correct: the demonstration was against racism, and the demonstrators cursed a counter demonstration by yelling them, “Dirty Jews.” Put simply, in the eyes of

Surfing the Pandemic Waves

Public discourse now speaks of a second wave of COVID-19 when the first one is far from over. Just when we thought the epidemic was under control, the opening of the economy has brought new contagion outbreaks around the world.

The COVID-19 Symptom Reserved for Jews

As early as March 14, Eric Cortellessa wrote on The Times of Israel that as the coronavirus spreads across the globe, “a new conspiracy theory has been brewing on the fringes of society: The Jews are behind it.” By March 31, it was no