Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

Solidarity March in New York City: From Hatred and Fear to Love and Unity

As fear still ripples throughout the Jewish communities of Monsey, Brooklyn and Jersey City following the recent string of anti-Semitic attacks, today’s Solidarity March in New York City, organized by the UJA Federation, aims to counter the negative sensation head

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The Next Holocaust in America?

As the topic of anti-Semitism fills more and more Jewish people’s hearts with fear, as well as the news headlines day after day, we read some parts of my new book The Jewish Choice: Unity or Anti-Semitism with my students today. It

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How Russian Immigration Reshaped Israel

The contribution of Russian immigrants to Israel is considered to be a key factor in the country’s success in multiple levels and areas. These days, as Israel commemorates 30 years since the beginning of the massive aliyah (inmigration) wave from

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The Jewish Choice and the Undetected Burglar

People ask how The Jewish Choice: Unity or Anti-Semitism differs from other history books about anti-Semitism. Well, people like stories, so perhaps the best way to answer this question is with a story, a crime story. In criminal law, there is a

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Flashbacks of the Nazi Era in Present Time: Are Jews At Risk As Before?

The outbreak of World War II in 1939, beginning with the German invasion of Poland, materialized the cravings of Hitler’s war-thirsty regime. However, the Third Reich’s escalating discriminatory policies targeting Jews led up to that moment in history. Why is

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How to Reconstruct a World in Pieces and Attain Peace

The world is entering a new year, carrying on its shoulders a heavy weight. An unprecedented number of people worldwide, around 168 million, will need urgent humanitarian assistance and protection in 2020 due to global crises and conflicts, according to

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The Light of Hanukkah to Heal a World of Divisiveness

The commemoration of the miracle of Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, comes this year at troubled times, when the darkness of anti-Semitism again targets Jewish people worldwide. Our very existence is a miracle after being persecuted throughout history and surviving,

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How to Eliminate Anti-Semitism in the United States

The way to eliminate anti-Semitism in the United States is the same as how to solve anti-Semitism anywhere in the world: to raise awareness of the root cause of anti-Semitism in order to invert hatred into love. Kabbalistic sources explain

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Israel’s 3rd Elections: Fateful Wake-Up Call for the People of Israel

A third election round has been announced in Israel for the first time in history due to our inability to form a government. What can I say? All I can say is that we need something to shake us. I’m

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How Germany Can Help Prevent Another Holocaust

“I bow my head before the victims of the Shoah,” said German Chancellor Angela Merkel in her first visit to Auschwitz in the 14 years she has been in office. Her gesture emerged amid the backdrop of the debate between upholders of

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With or Without Corbyn, the True Solution to UK’s Anti-Semitism

Anxiety has spread among UK’s Jews over Labour’s potential victory in two weeks. For the first time in history, a prominent voice within the British Jewish community urges to refrain from voting for the party’s leader, Jeremy Corbyn, a politician with a

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Nuremberg Trials Fast Forward: Israel’s Role Against Anti-Semitism

A trip to a past with a striking resemblance to today’s reality toward Jews. That is how I would describe my recent visit to Berlin and Nuremberg, where I could experience a dense atmosphere against Jews, so common these days

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