Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

The Difference between Sarah Silverman in 2011, and Michael Douglas in 2015

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Looking at the title, you probably ask, “What’s the difference? You probably mean, ‘What’s the connection between Sarah Silverman in 2011, and Michael Douglas in 2015!’” Well, I am not talking about the connection between them personally, but about the

Letter to Influencers in Advance of the G-20 Cannes Summit

The following letter was written on behalf of the ARI Institute and sent to hundreds of influencers in politics, economics, business and other fields with the aim of adding to the dialog toward bringing solutions to the crises humanity faces.

Michael Laitman: The BDS Has Reached The 100th Monkey

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There is a theory called “The 100th monkey effect.” This theory posits that a new behavior or idea leaps from anonymity to popularity once a critical number of people have adopted it. The theory is based on a rather disputed

Commemorating Professor Wistrich: A Jewish Scholar Concerned With The Bigger Picture

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In October 2014, I had the privilege of meeting with Hebrew University Professor Robert S. Wistrich, head of the Sassoon International Center for the Study of Anti-Semitism, for a televised discussion on the roots of anti-Semitism. Prof. Wistrich, one of

“Killing Jews Is Worship” — the Anti-Muslim Anti-Jewish Ad

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Following a court ruling, a controversial ad is set to appear on NYC buses and subways. The ad will read: “Killing Jews is Worship that draws us close to Allah,” and below it, the source of the quote: Hamas MTV.

Michael Laitman: “Killing Jews Is Worship” – The Anti-Muslim Anti-Jewish Ad

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Following a court ruling, a controversial ad is set to appear on NYC buses and subways. The ad will read: “Killing Jews is Worship that draws us close to Allah, ” and below it, the source of the quote: Hamas

Some Thoughts about Freedom and Happiness

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The Israeli Independence Day always gets me pensive. With its reliance on military and monetary aid from the US, and its extensive export to Asia, Europe, and North America, it’s ironic, almost sardonic to think of the state of Israel

Netanyahu’s Congress Speech, and What It Shows about Us

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On March 3, Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu plans to address a joint session of Congress about Iran’s nuclear program, just two weeks before the Israeli general elections, following an invitation from John Boehner, the Republican speaker of the house.

How Have the Jewish People Survived?

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Over the years, the Holocaust Memorial Day has lost much of its weight. The vast majority of Holocaust survivors have perished, and many Jews feel that mentioning the atrocities perpetrated by otherwise civilized nations interferes with “normalizing” the relationships between

What (Only) the Jews Can Do to Prevent the Next Holocaust

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There are many ways to look at Jewish history, depending on the context and the message that the examination wishes to point out. But if you look at the history of Jew-hatred from the perspective of the haters rather than

Taking The Holocaust Discussion To The Next Level

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The majority of my family was wiped out by the Holocaust. Growing up as a young child in the wake of such a catastrophe impacted my life in a very profound way. After years of searching for answers, I realized

Michael Laitman: It’s Not What The Joe Bidens Say, It’s What Jews Do That Counts

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In the last few weeks there has been an ongoing debate around whether or not US Vice President Joe Biden actually told the late prime minister of Israel, Golda Meir, that the only safe place for Jews is Israel. The