Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

No Hate. No Fear. March in NYC

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Standing together in a march of solidarity is an admirable act, but if the Jewish people want to solve anti-Semitism at its root, they need to also sit down and learn together. Learning in groups has been part and parcel

The Next Holocaust in America?

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As the topic of anti-Semitism fills more and more Jewish people’s hearts with fear, as well as the news headlines day after day, we read some parts of my new book The Jewish Choice: Unity or Anti-Semitism with my students today. It

“Existential”

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I’m happy to hear about “existential” becoming Dictionary.com’s word of the year. That many people are using the word in the media, and that people are seeking its definition more and more is a sign of the spiritual awakening humanity is

How Russian Immigration Reshaped Israel

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The contribution of Russian immigrants to Israel is considered to be a key factor in the country’s success in multiple levels and areas. These days, as Israel commemorates 30 years since the beginning of the massive aliyah (inmigration) wave from

Is New York the New Capital of Anti-Semitism?

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As the aftermath of recent anti-Semitic attacks still remains in the atmosphere, another violent act shakes the American Jewish community, particularly in New York. That is the new reality in America. The recent stabbing at a rabbi’s house during Hanukkah, which left

What Is the Ego?

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Human nature is a desire to enjoy, and the ego is the intention to enjoy at others’ expense. Human nature is a desire to enjoy, and the ego is the intention to enjoy at others’ expense. Our desire to enjoy is divided into individual,

Reflections on 2019 and New Year’s Resolutions

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A new year is upon us, and the world welcomes a new decade. 2019 has been a positive eye-opener, leaving us with a number of understandings about our lives and our future as a human society. We have learned how

The Jewish Choice and the Undetected Burglar

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People ask how The Jewish Choice: Unity or Anti-Semitism differs from other history books about anti-Semitism. Well, people like stories, so perhaps the best way to answer this question is with a story, a crime story. In criminal law, there is a

Why Divorce Negatively Affects Men More Than Women

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Divorce and parental separation has been associated with a range of negative outcomes affecting all those involved in the process. But why is it particularly difficult for men, as multiple studies indicate it to be? How could men and women create a support system

Flashbacks of the Nazi Era in Present Time: Are Jews At Risk As Before?

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The outbreak of World War II in 1939, beginning with the German invasion of Poland, materialized the cravings of Hitler’s war-thirsty regime. However, the Third Reich’s escalating discriminatory policies targeting Jews led up to that moment in history. Why is

The Hague vs. Israel: The Tribunal Should Be Within Us

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The recommendation to launch an investigation by The International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague against Israel for alleged war crimes in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip is another proof that the Jewish nation is once again singled out among

How to Reconstruct a World in Pieces and Attain Peace

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The world is entering a new year, carrying on its shoulders a heavy weight. An unprecedented number of people worldwide, around 168 million, will need urgent humanitarian assistance and protection in 2020 due to global crises and conflicts, according to