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Americans Getting Taste of What a Second Clinton Presidency Would Look Like

With Americans’ attention diverted perhaps to the big and controversial visit by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu this week, two news bombshells dropped on Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations. 376 more words


From EMET: Shmuley Boteach moderates Senator Ted Cruz and Elie Wiesel on Stopping a Nuclear Iran

EMET, The Endowment for Middle East Truth, was proud to support the panel discussion “The Meaning of Never Again: Guarding Against a Nuclear Iran,” featuring Nobel Prize for Peace winner Elie Wiesel, Senator Ted Cruz (TX-R), and moderated by Shmuley Boteach on March 2nd, 2015. 40 more words

Israel & Middle East

Delivering Bibi From the Hecklers

You know me—quiet, retiring, self-effacing. Humble even. There is nothing I love more than to fade into the background.

So today I’m going to indulge that urge and shove my wife to the foreground because she deserves a lot of credit for having saved Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech to Congress from being disrupted by hecklers. 838 more words

On the Shelf

This month has been full of books: and for whatever the reason (book sale, class, nostalgia), these are the ones currently sitting on my shelf. 351 more words


A Jewish Leader Tells the Whole World...NEVER AGAIN

I started this piece numerous times and when all was said and done I decided to just sit back and write it entirely from the heart.   363 more words

The Politics Of Dancing #34 - Culture is our ID

“Without memory, there is no culture. Without memory, there would be no civilization, no society, no future”, said Elie Wiesel. History has nevertheless sadly shown us along with time how ignorance and miseducation remain the sources of misunderstanding, leading in most cases to the fear, if not the refusal of the other. 381 more words


REVIEW: Night by Elie Wiesel

Format:  Audio CD
Genre:  Classic Lit
ISBN:  1419390694
Published:  1958 / 2006 (audio)

Rating:  5 out of 5 stars

Back of the Book Blurb:

Though technically a novel, … 431 more words

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