Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

A Task Force to Combat Online Antisemitism? Get Real

Creating “a global inter-parliamentary task force to combat digital antisemitism” a few weeks before a presidential election isn’t credible, and that’s putting it mildly. And besides, what can any task force do against hatred that comes from the kernel of

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Let’s Talk about Tik Tok Antisemitism against Our Youth

Let’s Talk about Tik Tok Antisemitism against Our Youth Online antisemitism is nothing new but now it seems to be widely targeting our vulnerable youth more than ever before. Hidden under false identities, haters freely reveal prejudice, bigotry, and antisemitic

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Two Centers for the Jewish People? Perhaps, but with a Caveat

It is no secret that over the years, the relationship between American Jewry and the State of Israel has had its ups and downs. In recent years, it has had more downs than ups. Today, it’s at a point where

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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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If Peace with the UAE and Bahrain Is Good, Where Are the Trumpet Sounds?

Less than a month after the normalization agreement with the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain has also joined the peace train. I am all for it; peace and normalization are always better than war and animosity. But to be honest,

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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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A Peace Treaty Is Great, Now We Need Peace

40 years after the peace treaty with Egypt, and 26 years after the peace treaty with Jordan, Israel signed another peace treaty with an Arab country: the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Unlike the former two treaties, this treaty seems poised

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The #JewishPrivilege Trend’s Major Takeaway

The maelstrom of a global pandemic has recently kept worldwide antisemitism relatively quiet, but it does not mean that Jew haters are resting.  On Twitter, the antisemitic hashtag #JewishPrivilege, which was originally used to accuse Jews of racism and control

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The Greatest Danger to the Jewish People

The longer the pandemic lingers, the more the world will turn a blaming eye toward us, the Jews. Anytime affliction grows around the world, it directs its anger at the Jews. A few days ago, far-right white nationalist Canadian politician

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Antisemitism 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

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