Dr. Michael Laitman

People of Israel, Unite Before It Is Too Late.

Any period before elections is nasty, and Israel’s campaign before Israelis go to the polls in March to elect the prime-minister is no different.  The split is at its peak, the mutual contempt is celebrated while everyone pulls in opposite directions, with only one goal in common, to slander the …

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All Eyes Will Turn to the Jews

Over the past week, two antisemitic incidents caught the attention of Jewish media in the US. Algemeiner reported that in New Jersey, “the carcass of a dead pig was left on the doorstep of a rabbi’s home in the town of Lakewood,” and Tablet Magazine released an intriguing story about …

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On Jewish Unity & Antisemitism – Article No. 3.

Moses & the Establishment of the People of Israel In the previous article, we described Israel’s time in Egypt, how they prospered while they were united under Joseph’s leadership, and how they assimilated after his passing, which then turned the Egyptians against them. In this article, we will explore Moses’ …

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The Pandemic Antisemites Call Israel.

People react to what hurts them the most and antisemites are no exception.  A global response to the coronavirus pandemic, which continues to wreak havoc with more than 50 million cases worldwide, apparently is not the priority for the UN’s World Health Organization (WHO).  Instead of assessing a global response …

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American Jews and Israel, the Great Divide.

The US election was not only the thermometer to measure the temperature of American politics, it also tested the waters between American and Israeli Jews on what they might consider their best common interest. The result was freezing cold. The American presidential race revealed that the alienation between both communities …

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Is It Too Late for American Jewry?

American Jews used to think that antisemitism in America existed only on the fringes of the Right. Currently, you find more of it in the mainstream Left.  In all likelihood, however, the Left and the Right will unite around the one thing they have in common: hatred for Jews. American …

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A Task Force to Combat Online Antisemitism? Get Real.

Creating “a global inter-parliamentary task force to combat digital antisemitism” a few weeks before a presidential election isn’t credible, and that’s putting it mildly.  And besides, what can any task force do against hatred that comes from the kernel of human nature?  It would be more successful fighting against gravity …

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There is a Jessica Krug in every Jew.

A few days ago, a George Washington University African history professor confessed that she had pretended for many years to be of Afro-Latina descent, when in fact she was white and Jewish.  As part of her identity, she even spoke against the state of Israel and police brutality, and, according …

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