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During the Second World War, Grazhbile and her mother opened a garment workshop for Jewish women living in the ghetto.
Due to a pervasive discontent with the UN, the concept for 'The Covenant of Democratic Nations,' a diplomatic union of democratic countries, was conceived.
The Jewish state is always judged by a different standard.
Witness after witness told of how Emilie Schindler nursed them back to health.
On December 23, 2015, Yad Vashem posthumously recognized Marie and Joseph Andries as Righteous Among the Nations.
Even some of Israel's most stalwart opponents are starting to change course, with some discouraging the BDS, movement, others even engaging in joint military exercises with the Jewish state
The world is agitated.
China, Philippines, who is next? And standing up to BDS.
Several organizations supported by the New Israel Fund filed shadow reports to the UN Committee Against Torture claiming Israel violates the Convention against Torture, to which Israel is a signatory
During the First Lebanon War, the IDF forced the PLO terrorists all the way to the Beirut port and then to Tunisia. The PLO, which had lost its stronghold in Lebanon, was shattered. Salach Taamri, the most senior and admired terrorist captured by the IDF, was imprisoned in the Ansar detention camp. He was a broken man.
Sept. 11 Canberra conference to feature top 9/11 conspiracy theorist, UN Watch urges British Academy to pull support for Richard Falk's Australia event.
If only the 138 nations that voted to upgrade the Arab Palestinians' status at the UN last week had been as scrupulous about the requirements for statehood as the UN officials were about protocol and appearances.
All things move in the midst of death, even nations and civilizations. From 1948 to the present day, certain of Israel's prime ministers, facing war, terrorism, or even genocide, have been deeply reluctant to admit core national vulnerabilities. Indeed, rather than acknowledge the plainly exterminatory intent and (increasingly) the corollary destructive capacity of determined enemies, these leaders have sometimes opted for (1) so-called terrorist exchanges; 2) utterly inexcusable deals of land for nothing; and (3) endlessly assorted surrenders of power.
This Shabbat marks the yahrtzeit of Rabbi Meir Kahane, may Hashem avenge his murder. To honor his memory, our next two blogs will feature essays he wrote for The Jewish Press, which appear in the incomparably thought-provoking collection of his articles, “Beyond Words.” May his memory be for a blessing.