Terry Mattingly: Rabbi Lord Sacks on the surge of anti-Semitism – Joplin Globe

| January 26, 2020

Andrew Neil of the BBC kept asking Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn the same question over and over.

Rabbi: Rise of anti-Semitism linked to cyberspace – NWAOnline

| January 26, 2020

Andrew Neil of the BBC kept asking Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn the same question -- over and over. "Eighty percent of Jews think that you're anti-Semitic," he said

Erich Fromm and Religion Without God | Jewish & Israel News – Algemeiner

| January 26, 2020

Psychiatrist Erich Fromm in 1974. Photo: Mller-May / Rainer Funk / CC BY-SA 3.0 (DE) via Wikicommons.

Holocaust poetry and the reclamation of many identities – The Conversation UK

| January 26, 2020

The first Holocaust poems were written 90 years ago, when the full extent of the horror was yet to be known.

The darkness that blinds us | Elana Kaminka | The – The Times of Israel

| January 26, 2020

The mosque they burned is in Beit Safafa, but Beit Safafa was swallowed by Jerusalem long ago.

Holocaust Remembrance Falters in Europe | William Echikson – The Times of Israel

| January 26, 2020

Red lights are flashing.

Netanyahu says he and Trump will make history this week – The Jerusalem Post

| January 26, 2020

US President Donald Trumps peace plan will advance Israels interests, a confident Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday before boarding a plane to Washington for what he predicted would be a historic meeting with Trump.I am going to Washington to face an American president who is bringing forward a plan that I believe will advance our most vital interests, Netanyahu said. During the last three years I spoke countless times with Trump who is a great friend of Israel and his team, Netanyahu said.During those conversations he discussed Israels vital interests, its security and the issue of justice, Netanyahu said.He recalled the time he had traveled to the US under very different circumstances, to hold a speech in Congress to argue against former US president Barack Obamas Iran deal. It was a plan that he felt endangered Israels very existence.The circumstances have now changed when it comes to Israels future,Netanyahu said.I am meeting with President Trump tomorrow, and on Tuesday, together with him, we will make history, he stated.US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman joined Netanyahu on his flight.Blue and White leader Benny Gantz will also have a one-on-one meeting with Trump on Monday, and he left for Washington earlier Sunday on a commercial flight with a stopover in Zurich.An invitation had originally been extended to Netanyahu and Gantz to meet together with the president, but Gantz and his advisers opposed the idea for political reasons.