Meir Panim implements programs that serve Israel’s neediest populations with respect and dignity. Meir Panim also coordinated care packages for families in the South during the Gaza War.
Posted on: November 15th, 2006Sections → Magazine → Archives
The cemetery in Lodz is said to be one of the largest Jewish cemeteries in Europe, with about 230,000 graves.
Posted on: November 8th, 2006InDepth → Columns → Louis Rene Beres
Concluded in mid-September, the sixth annual International Conference on Global Terrorism in Herzliya, Israel, underscored the growing threat of mega-terror. To a large extent, this existential threat to Israel is made worse by the always-deliberate insertion of terrorist personnel and assets in the midst of civilian populations.
Posted on: November 8th, 2006InDepth → Columns
I am often amazed by the reaction of world governments to the bullying tactics of the Muslim world.
Posted on: November 8th, 2006Sections → Magazine → Archives
The name Radegast Station might not be familiar to most people.
Posted on: November 1st, 2006InDepth → Columns → Louis Rene Beres
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has reportedly asked Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to free imprisoned terrorist Marwan Barghouti. Her argument, it would appear, is that the Tanzim leader remains very popular among the Palestinians, and that he is the only Fatah representative who could successfully supplant the Hamas-led government.
Posted on: October 25th, 2006InDepth → Columns → Louis Rene Beres
We Jews have experienced so much pain in our long and arduous history that the pain of Islamic terrorism seems to be just another episode of indescribable suffering. To an extent, this is certainly true. For the moment, we must endure, and - in the end - we shall prevail. So it has been before; so it will be again.
Posted on: October 25th, 2006Sections → Magazine → Archives
An exhibit commemorating the Jewish community of Czestochowa, which has been traveling the world for the past two years, culminated in the gathering of more than 200 people who went there for a special reunion during Sukkot. These remnants and descendants of a community of more than 30,000 came from the U.S., Israel, South America, Australia and Europe.
Posted on: October 18th, 2006InDepth → Columns → Louis Rene Beres
There is no easy answer to the question of ongoing Iranian nuclearization. All options are unappealing, and all will have very substantial costs. For the moment, diplomacy still seems to be the preferred path to crisis remediation, but only because polite conversation and empty threats protect all parties from taking easily identifiable risks.
Posted on: October 18th, 2006Sections → Magazine → Archives
During Chol Hamoed Sukkot the sound of singing in a sukkah was heard in Czestochowa for the first time since the Shoah.
Posted on: October 11th, 2006InDepth → Letters To The Editor
Three-State Solution In his fine column of Sept. 15, Louis Rene Beres noted that Israel was not the aggressor in 1967 and as such was justified in using anticipatory self-defense. That point should be clarified: Israel used preemptive self-defense only against Egypt. Both Syria and Jordan initiated hostilities with attacks against Israel. Indeed, Israel had […]
Posted on: October 11th, 2006InDepth → Columns → Louis Rene Beres
Now we have passed the five-year anniversary of September 11, 2006 - with all of the horrifying memories, with all of the recurrent pain. We know today, that all pertinent government agencies are working 24/7 to keep us safe in the future. We know, as well, that even greater preparedness can never make us truly safe. We know, above all, that we must continue with our daily lives, personal and collective, and that we must not submit to the unprecedented blackmail of Islamic terrorism ("Convert or die!").
Posted on: October 11th, 2006Sections → Magazine → Archives
On Yom Kippur, I was in Kiev after having participated in the commemorations at Babi Yar.
Posted on: October 4th, 2006InDepth → Columns → Louis Rene Beres
The roots of 9/11 lie deeply embedded in civilizational hostility - in its distinctly partial - but nonetheless - primal Islamic hatred for western modernity. This fixed and growing hatred extends to other major religions, especially Judaism, but also to certain elements of Christianity. And although it is true that the greatest portion of Muslims rejects terror violence as a means of fulfilling presumed Islamic expectations, the remaining portion is not statistically insignificant. This group numbers (at least) in the tens-of-millions.
Posted on: September 27th, 2006InDepth → Columns → Louis Rene Beres
There are other PA/PLO/Hamas violations of Oslo, any one of which could comprise an entire magazine article.
Posted on: September 27th, 2006Sections → Magazine → Archives
As of Tzom Gedalia, Sept. 25, I will be on a trip to Ukraine and Poland.
Posted on: September 20th, 2006InDepth → Columns → Louis Rene Beres
The rights of both Jews and Christians were openly trampled on by the Muslim conquerors of Jerusalem. Churches were made into mosques. Slaughterhouses were deliberately established near Jewish places of worship. Mosques were built next to churches and synagogues so that their minarets could literally "over-tower" them.
Posted on: September 20th, 2006Sections → Magazine → Archives
Last week, President Lech Kaczynski of Poland visited Israel, where he participated in many events in support of Israel and the Jewish community in Poland.
Posted on: September 13th, 2006InDepth → Columns → Louis Rene Beres
The unchanging struggle to evict the Jews from "all of Palestine" (that is, from Israel as well as Judea/Samaria/Gaza) is driven by the homicidal idea of jihad or holy war. According to Islamic orthodoxy, their "prophet" is said to have predicted a final war to annihilate the Jews.
Posted on: September 13th, 2006Sections → Magazine → Archives
For the last two weeks I have written about cemetery restoration in Poland. This week I present a report from the Foundation for the Preservation of the Jewish Heritage in Poland, which has done tremendous work in the field. The first half of 2006 has been a busy time for the Foundation for the Preservation of the Jewish Heritage in Poland. The Foundation has cleared up ten Jewish cemeteries and fenced four of them, erected monuments or memorial plaques commemorating pre-war Jewish communities in five towns and is currently restoring four synagogues.
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