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Bidens Wrong About IsraelIts Absolutely an Apartheid State – Scheerpost.com

| August 8, 2022

How can the U.S. president reject the "Apartheid" characterization of Israel when 60% of Israeli Jews support segregation of Palestinian-Israelis? By Juan Cole | Informed Comment When President Biden met with caretaker Israeli prime minister Yair Lapid, the two issued a joint statement that rejected Apartheid as a descriptor for Israel

COMMENTARY: Students should learn about the human impact of war – EdSource

| August 8, 2022

Credit: Mike Maguire/Flickr A rally for peace in Ukraine takes place outside the White House in Washington on Feb. 27

The Great Normalizer of Antisemitism the United Nations – Algemeiner

| August 8, 2022

In a moral institution, particularly one built in the aftermath of the Holocaust, Miloon Kothari would be long gone by now. During an interview with a notoriously antisemitic website, Mondoweiss, Kothari one of three members of a United Nations Commission of Inquiry (COI) against the Jewish state told the interviewer, [W]e are very disheartened by the social media that is controlled largely by, whether its the Jewish Lobby or its the specific NGOs

France must do more to fight Jew hate, says Shoah survivor 80 years after Vel d’Hiv roundup – The Jewish Chronicle

| July 18, 2022

France must do more to fight Jew hate, says Shoah survivor 80 years after Vel d'Hiv roundup   The Jewish Chronicle Holocaust survivors mark 80 years since mass Paris roundup   WNYT NewsChannel 13 French Holocaust survivors mark 80 years since mass Vel dHiv roundup of Jews   The Times of Israel France's Macron decries rising hate, ignorance in Holocaust speech   POLITICO Macron decries anti-Semitism on 80th anniversary of Jewish deportations   Reuters.com View Full Coverage on Google News

Names of the Holocaust – Wikipedia

| July 14, 2022

Names of the Holocaust vary based on context.

Israel and Austria Sign Strategic Pact to Upgrade Relations, Talk Iran Threat and Antisemitism – Algemeiner

| July 14, 2022

Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid and Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer on Tuesday signed a comprehensive strategic partnership to boost cooperation in areas including security, cyber and counter-terrorism, and green tech. Signing this agreement is an important moment in the great history we have between our peoples, which will take relations between Israel and Austria to new heights, Lapid stated at the signing ceremony in Tel Aviv. The two leaders first met privately and then held an expanded meeting with staff, during which Lapid thanked Nehammer for his support of Israel in both the European Union and multilateral fora

Asserting Israel’s legitimacy then and now – JNS.org – JNS.org

| July 14, 2022

(July 11, 2022 / JNS) My organization, Im Tirtzu, has been pleased to partner with Canadians for Israels Legal Rights (CILR)and I have been privileged to personally take partin a series of highly informative webinars tracing the legal pillars that helped erect and stabilize the State of Israel. Starting with the Balfour Declaration in 1917 to the San Remo Declaration in 1920 and the League of Nations Mandate for Palestine in 1922, we can see a steady progression of aspirations, declarations and then formal mandates that enshrined and nurtured a Jewish presence, nay, a homeland in historic Eretz Yisrael. We can discuss and debate the motivations and the thinking behind the great powers decision to carve out and designate a sovereign land for the Jewish people

Even an Ordinary Road Can Lead All Too Easily to a Concentration Camp – The Wire

| July 10, 2022

A dark night. A moving trains headlights bounce off the thick veil of fog hanging over the tracks, seemingly impenetrable.

Documentary lineup announced for New Views series of films, conversations – The Aspen Times

| July 10, 2022

This years film lineup for the Eisner/Lauder New Views Documentaries and Dialogue Series features screenings of three acclaimed documentaries plus conversations with special guests at the Isis Theatre in Aspen, according to a July 7 announcement from Aspen Film and the Aspen Institute Arts Program.

Donato Di Veroli, the last of Rome’s Jews to survive the Holocaust, dies at 98 – Wanted in Rome

| July 4, 2022

Donato Di Veroli, the last Roman Jew to survive the Holocaust, has died in the Italian capital aged 98, the city's Jewish community announced on Monday.


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