Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

If You Were Donating to Combat Anti-Semitism, Where Would You Donate?

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“With utter completeness will it be completed within the house of Israel, and from it, it will radiate to the earth and to the whole world, ‘for a covenant of the people, for a light of the nations.’” -Rav Abraham

If you were donating to combat anti-Semitism, where would you donate?

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Rising anti-Semitism and the funding to combat it So far, the global efforts to fight anti-Semitism have been directed at heightening intelligence, monitoring and security for Jewish communities across the globe. Another objective has been to tackle the rising tide

Climate Change Is Not the Problem — Lack of Human Change Is

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Nature has recently sent us strong reminders of its immense power. Two major earthquakes — the strongest in decades — rattled Southern California in the last few days. An extreme hailstorm hit Mexico. Meanwhile, Alaska experienced record high summer temperatures and across the Atlantic,

Have we passed the point of no return when it comes to climate change?

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We have not passed the point of no return in relation to climate change because we have never been in a state where we could “return” to begin with. Why? It’s because our ego, our desire to enjoy at the

4th of July, Time to Celebrate and Reflect

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American pride is at its lowest since started to be measured about two decades ago. That is the conclusion of a recent Gallup poll showing that only 70% of US adults say they are proud to be Americans. Fewer than

The Ethiopian Challenge Within Israeli Society

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They may look like scenes taken from major US cities like Chicago or LA were racial tensions between a black minority and the police sometimes erupt, but in this case, the protests and riots are taking place across Israel after

What is the difference between humanity and nature?

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Nature is attracted to connection. If we look at nature’s development, then we can conclude that nature’s purpose is to reach perfect connection among all of its parts. The human being is the opposite of nature. Everyone desires only for

US Anti-Semitism

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“If you asked Jews twenty years ago whether a Holocaust could happen in America, you would get a unanimous answer: “impossible, not in America,” said Dov Hikind, founder of Americans against Antisemitism. “Unfortunately, a holocaust is possible in America. It

Guns at the Synagogue? Unleashing the True Weapon

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The spike in hate crimes has opened the debate over the use of guns for self-defense among the American Jewish community. “We live in a time of danger,” stated the US official for combating anti-Semitism, Elan Carr, in a recent conference in Jerusalem. He suggested

Arming Ourselves Gives False, Empty Sense of Security

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The spike in hate crimes has opened the debate over the use of guns for self-defense among the American Jewish community. “We live in a time of danger,” stated the U.S. official for combating anti-Semitism, Elan Carr, in a recent conference in Jerusalem. Carr

Do I Reject BDS?

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I don’t reject BDS. I very much support and appreciate the BDS movement because its pressure on Israel urges the need for the unity of the people of Israel. What I see in BDS, as well as other organized forms

Should Synagogues Be Armed?

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Arming synagogues in light of the rapidly rising anti-Semitic crimes and threats definitely makes sense, and this topic has received much attention the last few days as the US anti-Semitism envoy and various Jewish leaders discussed the need to arm synagogues, Jewish schools and