Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

A Noble Ideal for Peace Beyond the Nobel Prize

Hunger could be used as a weapon of war and conflict in these challenging times. That is the concern over which the Nobel Peace Prize this year was awarded to an organization that fights famine globally: The UN World Food

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US Jews should be wise when voting for next president- Israel Hayom

Israelis always want the president of the United States to be pro-Israel, and with good reason. For decades, the US has supported Israel in many ways – financially, in the international arena, and in military aid. This support did not

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United Nations? No, United Peoples – ISRAEL HAYOM

It’s a new world. A global pandemic has highlighted the weaknesses of all the systems created by humanity. Enormous health and economic challenges, deep social problems, and polarized societies are the order of the day internationally. Is it possible that

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The Lesson that Ignorance about the Holocaust Should Teach Us- Times of Israel

A survey that was recently quoted in USA Today found that almost “two-thirds of millennials, Gen Z, don’t know that 6 million Jews were killed in the Holocaust.” Worse yet, the survey found that “in New York … nearly 20% of millennials

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There Is a Jessica Krug in Every Jew

A few days ago, a George Washington University African history professor confessed that she had pretended for many years to be of Afro-Latina descent, when in fact she was white and Jewish. As part of her identity, she even spoke

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Schools were already dead, COVID just came to bury them

On the one hand, we want children to go back to school so we can get back to work and return to normalcy. On the other hand, there is no doubt that schools will become places of mass infection since

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Desperate for an Economy of Sharing

Despite the insistence to keep the economy running, it’s grinding to a halt. “The U.S. economy shrank at a dizzying 33% annual rate in the April-June quarter — by far the worst quarterly plunge ever,” wrote Time magazine. There are

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The light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel

People’s will to weather the coronavirus storm and get back to normal life has vied with the surge of record-breaking infection rates around the globe. People are tired of hearing about the pandemic but it grips and does not let

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Don’t Overlook the Message of the 9th of Av

This Wednesday, July 29, will be the 9th of the Hebrew month of Av, when the Temple was destroyed and the Jews were exiled from their land. Although historians attribute the exile to the commander of the Roman army Titus, Jewish

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Coronavirus reprogramming us

We may not notice it because it’s who we are, but the way we think about life, the things we want, value, prefer, our aspirations, manners, fears, reactions, all those are “programmed” into our psyche through the social environment we

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On 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 the case

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