Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

Between Abbas’ Bombshell and Palestinian Firebombs

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The more we move into the High Holy Days, the more they look like their other name: The Terrible Days. To some, it seems as though the escalating chaos in East Jerusalem is orchestrated with the diplomatic campaign of Palestinian

Merkel and Hollande Discover—the EU Is Dying

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To save itself, the EU must act as one. The choice is clear: Everyone wins together, or everyone loses together. Last Friday, the leaders of the 27 countries remaining in the European Union after Brexit convened in Bratislava to discuss

The Secret to a Happy Year This Yom Kippur

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The High Holy Days are a time of joy, as well as a time of reflection. This year, it seems as though there is much more to reflect on than in past years. The past year has been a trying

New Course at Berkeley University: How to Get Rid of Israel – CANCELLED

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The course UC Berkeley intended to offer is only the beginning of the next wave of anti-Semitism that has spread throughout US campuses. This week I learned that the prestigious UC Berkeley intended to offer this year a course on “settler colonialism”

Peace — A Dream or a Dream Reality?

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Peace is not absence of war; it’s a dynamic balance between self-interest and the common good. Everyone thinks that peace is just a word, a fantasy of slightly “unhinged” individuals, or a required platitude of politicians during election campaigns and

No World Leader Calls the Shots; Only We Decide Our Future

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On Wednesday, September 9, the Times of Israel reported that Iranian leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, declared that “Israel will not survive the next 25 years.” Just hours later, that same paper posted Israeli Prime Minister’s response to Khamenei’s statement: “‘Tyrant’ Khamenei is wrong, Israel is here

All You Need to Know about the Jewish High Holidays

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The Jewish festivals are more than food and family gatherings. They are both spiritually profound, and more relevant to our lives today than most people realize. The Jewish festivals are a trajectory of the nation’s destiny, a cardiogram of our

Time to Rethink Education

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There is a disconnect between the demands of life in Israel and the Israeli education system. As always, a new school year means new hopes, as well as new dreads. But these days, the dreads far outweigh the hopes. Our

We Ignited the BDS; Only We Can Put it Out

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These days, when alienation and hostility are taking over our society, it is no wonder that the BDS is winning. This week, strategic affairs minister, Gilad Erdan, is in London on a BDS-fighting mission. According to Minister Erdan, “Great Britain is

Is Israel Really Detrimental to the World?

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If we disperse, as Soros and his lot would like, the world will not know how to achieve peace, and human society will collapse into complete mayhem. In last week’s column, “Why are there anti-Israel Jews,” I wrote that like me, Jewish

Rosh Hashanah — the Beginning of Change

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This year, Rosh Hashanah could not come at a better time. With the American Jewish community being torn between support and rejection of the Iran deal, the growing rift between supporters and opposers of the policies of Israeli Prime Minister,

What the Reform Movement’s Statement About the Iran Deal Tells Us About Ourselves

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On August 19, the Reform Movement published its official Response to Iran Deal. It expressed a great deal of concern and uncertainty about the future, but it seemed intent on refraining from making any clear statements because “At this time, there