Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

Spacecraft to the moon – check. Oscar – check. Anti-Semitism – check.

Israeli pride was on full display this week: marching up the red carpet to receive an Oscar, and sending a spaceship to the moon. As usual, the Jewish mind continues to make breakthroughs in science and culture. Good for us!

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Anti-Semitism in Mainstream American Politics

How many times do freshman lawmakers from the Democratic Party need to apologize for anti-Semitic remarks until we understand what truly lies in their hearts and minds toward Israel and the Jews? Rep. Ilhan Omar’sallegation that the Jewish lobby and money are buying

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The Root of the BDS Boycotts of Israel

The enemies of the Israeli nation do not rest. While a Mideast policy bill that would penalize companies or businesses that boycott Israel managed to get approved in the US Senate, on the other side of the ocean in Europe, the situation

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Holocaust Remembrance Day: Today as Yesterday

“Never again.” A powerful statement with deep personal meaning to me since childhood when I started asking questions about why most of my family perished under the Third Reich and what the future would look like for my people, I

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Tu Bishvat: Planting the Tree of Life in a Fertile Field

Tu Bishvat symbolizes a very special state in a person’s life, marked in the Jewish calendar on the 15th of Shevat. It is traditionally associated with the “New Year of the Trees,” so you might ask: “How does this relate

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What lies ahead for Jews in 2019?

2018 was a good year for Jews. This statement  might appear to a contradict the facts in light of the rampant anti-Semitism that erupted in basically every corner in the world, but the surface evil can be transformed into an

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Jewish Innovation: Discarding our “Dirty Laundry”

Billions of people enjoy new technologies, while few are the innovators who command and develop the inventions that change the way we live. Consider for a moment the impact of one simple technological breakthrough in 1782 by Henry Sidgier with

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How to Redirect the Anti-Semitism That Surfaced in Yellow Vest Protests

What started as a movement against fuel-tax increases has rapidly fueled France’s already flammable anti-Semitism. “Macron is a whore of the Jews—a puppet,” slogans  on signs declared and protesters chant in the streets. Opposition to President Emmanuel Macron by activists dubbed the “Yellow

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A Jewish Thought Network: The Most Powerful Weapon to Combat Anti-Semitism

When the word “Jew” becomes an insult there is a reason to worry. That is the reality a school teacher experiences in today’s Europe, as she needs to hide her religion out of fear for her safety. A recent poll conducted by CNN confirmed

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Hanukkah: Setting Aside One Week for Life Transformation

Hanukkah is not just another week in the Jewish calendar. It can be used as a respite dedicated to personal enlightenment, one week set aside for life transformation. The holiday of Hanukkah signifies the victory of light over darkness, unity over division.

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The Nation of Israel Is the Only Nation with No Biological Root

The nation of Israel is the only nation in the world with no biological root. Unlike other nations, which emerged from shared parents and a small group, the nation of Israel has no biological parentage. Instead, it emerges from ancient Babylon, where Abraham the

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The UN Partition Plan and the Rebirth of Israel: Where Are We Now?

71 years ago, masses of Jews in Israel and the Diaspora gathered around radio transistors, fascinated by the most dramatic vote in Israel’s history. After long nerve-racking hours, in November 29, 1947, an American announcer’s concluding statement sliced ​​through the

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