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UNESCO is under new Jewish leadership, so what?

Temple Mount

Director, Bulgarian Irina Bokova. At the end of the process, it came down to two candidates: One from Qatar and one from France. The favorite was Qatari candidate Hamad bin Abdulaziz Al-Kawari, but he lost to French candidate Audrey Azoulay (30-28.) …

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Why did Palestine really join INTERPOL?

On Thursday, September 28, Palestine was accepted as the newest member of INTERPOL. INTERPOL is the “INTERrnational POLice” Agency that was started in 1923 with the goal of coordinating various world police forces and sharing intel across borders. In the …

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Rosh Hashanah 5778: Apples, honey and uncertainty!

Rosh Hashanah

On the eve of September 20th, 2017 (29 of Elul) Jewish people around the world will gather in synagogues and community centers to celebrate the New Year. Rosh Hashanah (literally “Head of the Year”) is a special time of rejoicing …

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Can we prevent another holocaust?

Holocaust museum

Jewish history is punctuated with important milestones –both negative and positive– such as the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem in A.D. 70, The Crusades started in 1096, or even the re-birth of the modern State of Israel in 1948. …

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Antifa joins BDS! What could possibly go wrong?

There is currently in America a political, social and racial polarization that is reaching levels of animosity never reached before. The source for this dramatic polarization is highly debated depending on what side of the fence you position yourself. Trump …

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Failed multiculturalism will lead to rigid monoculturalism!

One of the biggest buzzwords of the twenty-first century is “multiculturalism.” It actually defines one’s tolerance level for other cultures– the trait of a good, compliant postmodern citizen. The more we tolerate other cultures, the better! In essence, there is …

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Will Nikki Haley succeed in reforming of the UNHRC?

Nikki Haley

In 1945, The United Nations replaced the ineffective League of nations in hope of preventing another world war. The intention was honorable and in its inceptive years, the United Nations were very influential in a positive way. One example is without a …

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