Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

COVID-19 Buried Capitalism

On March 20, historian Yuval Noah Harari wrote in the Financial Times that the nature of emergencies is to fast-forward historical processes. True, everything that we have known, our entire civilization, is rapidly falling apart. Most people still hope that once the

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Not End of World; Pointing to Human Advancement

The global outbreak of one of the worst epidemics in history — the coronavirus, extreme weather phenomena, earthquakes in different parts of the world, are all events that have triggered doomsday predictions and alarm. Convinced that we live in apocalyptic times, some

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Rekindling Black-Jewish Relations in America Through Jewish Unity

From rhetoric to actions, anti-Semitism from certain sectors within America’s black community has set off an alarm as a new disturbing phenomenon causing deep distress among U.S. Jews. As surprising as it may seem, the most effective solution lies among Jews themselves.

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Is New York the New Capital of Anti-Semitism?

As the aftermath of recent anti-Semitic attacks still remains in the atmosphere, another violent act shakes the American Jewish community, particularly in New York. That is the new reality in America. The recent stabbing at a rabbi’s house during Hanukkah, which left

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The Hague vs. Israel: The Tribunal Should Be Within Us

The recommendation to launch an investigation by The International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague against Israel for alleged war crimes in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip is another proof that the Jewish nation is once again singled out among

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What a Hanukkah for Humanity (Not Just Jews) Looks Like

While the Hanukkah party at the White House caused ripples with Trump’s new executive order, and Jews around the world prepare for one of their major holidays, let’s take a look at what a Hanukkah for humanity, not just Jews,

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NATO’s 70th Reminds All Problems Are Global Now

A new year is about to begin, and a guarantee of global security is not appearing on the horizon. On the contrary, the world is facing an unprecedented amalgamation of challenges on cybersecurity, wars, massive migrations, and rising nuclear and

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New US Israeli Settlements Policy Could Foster Peace

Setting the record straight, the reversal of a four-decade old U.S. position on Israeli settlement policy in the West Bank as being “inconsistent with international law,” is a meaningful and positive declaration. First and foremost, if it helps repair the breakage in

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Israel at a Crossroads: Time for a Government for Everyone

If other people’s failures can make us feel a bit better in our loss, Israel is not alone in the world in its political limbo after the second elections this year again left no clear winner. Similarly, Spain is headed for its fourth election

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Amazon Fires and a Burning Need for Human Connection

The ripple effect of thousands of Amazonian fires is sensed across the continents. As if humanity needed a reminder of the interconnected, integral, and rounded world we live in, the record devastation of the South American rainforest has produced a global outcry. There is mounting

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The Cause of Recurring Mass Shootings in America

Yet again, two deadly mass shootings within hours in Texas and Ohio have shocked America. At least 31 people are dead and dozens wounded in both incidents, spreading fear, bewilderment and confusion throughout American society. The same scenario replays over and over,

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The Cause of Recurring Mass Shootings in America (Part 2)

Today’s divisive social and political climate in the U.S., a melting pot within a boiling society that erupts in recurring mass shootings, resembles a modern-day version of ancient Babylon 4,000 years ago. A look at how the crisis was handled

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