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Zionism 3.0: Time to step it up on Israel-diaspora issues J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| November 19, 2020

Think about the Jews you know both in the diaspora and in Israel. Now, among them, do you know a diaspora Jew whose relationship with Israel has become tainted by Israels politics or policy decisions specifically Israels treatment of the Palestinians or non-Orthodox Jews

Ice Cube to speak at Zionist Organization of America gala – New York Post

| November 19, 2020

Rapper Ice Cube will be a headline speaker at the annual gala of the Zionist Organization of America the nations oldest pro-Israel organization after he was called out for sharing anti-Semitic images on social media earlier this year. I gotta say it was a good day when my friend Cube readily and happily agreed to speak at our ZOA Gala, ZOA president Morton Klein said in a statement, quoting one of the rappers best known hits.

Beware Of Anti-Zionism Is Not Anti-Semitism From The Left – Jewish Journal

| November 19, 2020

For an opposing viewpoint, click here. When people criticize Zionists, they mean Jews. You are talking anti-Semitism! Martin Luther King Jr

Zionist Movement Announced In India – JNS.org

| November 19, 2020

Herut India Launches Membership Drive For 2021. Spread the word.Help JNS grow!Share now: (November 15, 2020, Jerusalem, Israel, JNS Wire) World Herut, a member organization of the World Zionist Organization, has announced that it has launched its second new branch in the last six months with the establishment of Herut India. The need for the ideas of the great Zionist leader, Zeev Jabotinsky has perhaps never been greater in the Diaspora in the last 50 years than now, said Karma Feinstein Cohen, the Executive Director of World Herut.

A Tale Of Two Morgenthaus: Zionist And Anti-Zionist – The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com

| November 19, 2020

Henry Morgenthau, Jr. (1891-1967) is best known for his service as U.S

Podcast: Matti Friedman on the Russian AliyahThirty Years Later – Mosaic

| November 19, 2020

This Weeks Guest: Matti Friedman After a decades-long, worldwide campaign to free Soviet Jewry, in the late 1980s the borders of the Soviet Union were finally opened, allowing its Jews to emigrate to Israel. This period saw approximately one million men and women from the former Soviet Union leave and resettle in the Jewish state. They came in fulfillment of Zionist aspirations, in search of material opportunities, and in pursuit of greater freedom

Iran Is Trying to Expand Its Presence in Syria, and Israel Has Struck Back – Mosaic

| November 19, 2020

In his speech at the signing of his countrys normalization agreements with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, Benjamin Netanyahu offered a profound biblical insight in citing a verse from Psalms May God give strength to His people.

Israeli university to give credits to students who work with far-right group – Haaretz.com

| November 19, 2020

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev will be giving two academic credits to students who volunteer with the right-wing movement Im Tirtzu. The university said the group meets the criteria for organizations who can have volunteers work with them for credit, which includes the organizations commitment that its activities are not political. The university has also recognized 30 other organizations for such credit this year

The Middle East Is Ripe for Peacemaking Effortsbut Not for Repeating the Mistakes of the Past – Mosaic

| November 19, 2020

After discovering explosives planted along the Israeli-Syrian border, the IDF on Wednesday morning struck a joint Syrian and Iranian military headquarters near Damascus. Ron Ben-Yishai places the attacks in the context of Tehrans efforts to turn Syria into a base for attacking the Jewish state: A new strategic challenge has surfaced in Syria following a recently signed agreement between Tehran and Damascus, which will allow Iran to transfer state-of-the-art air defense designed to combat Israeli aerial attacks. This agreement is evidence of a new phase in Irans presence in Syria, with increased shipments of anti-aircraft and missile systems to Syriamost of which are Russian-made or acquired from Moscowmeant to bolsters Bashar al-Assads air defenses.

The Sephardic Jew that Will Save the World The Story of Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla – The Jewish Voice

| November 19, 2020

Edited by: Fern Sidman As the announcement of a vaccine that is 90% effective in preventing the novel coronavirus has dominated the headlines and given hope to people in every corner of the globe, we pause at this juncture to pay tribute to Albert Bourla, the chairman and CEO of pharmaceutical giant Pfizer. Founded in 1849 in New York City by Charles Pfizer, the eponymously named pharmaceutical company is one of the worlds largest of its kind and it ranked 57 on the 2018 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue. Pfizer develops and produces medicines and vaccines for a wide range of medical disciplines, including immunology, oncology, cardiology, endocrinology, and neurology


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