Remarks by President Trump at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum National Days of Remembrance

United States Capitol Washington, D.C. 11:30 A.M. EDT THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much. Thank you. Friends, members of Congress, ambassadors, veterans, and, most especially, to the survivors here with us today, it’s an honor to join you on this very, very solemn occasion. I am deeply moved to stand before those who survived history’s…

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Mystical rabbi predicted today’s top threat 22 years ago

By Bob Unruh, World Net Daily— Communist North Korea long has been a threat to world stability, with its parades of military weaponry, nuclear capabilities and its promises of destruction and death for its foes. That rhetoric has surged in recent months, with dictator Kim Jong-un warning he would rain “nuclear thunder” down on the…

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Trump: America stands strong with Israel By Elad Benari

By Elad Benari, Israel National News— U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday vowed to fight anti-Semitism, in a prerecorded video speech to the World Jewish Congress Plenary Assembly in New York City. In the speech, given on the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom Hashoah), Trump praised Israel as a “great nation”. “On Yom Hashoah,…

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‘US Antisemitic Incidents Jump 86% at start of 2017’

By Danielle Ziri, Jpost— Antisemitic incidents in the United States surged by 34 percent in 2016 compared to 2015, and have jumped 86 percent in the first quarter of 2017, new data released by the Anti-Defamation League on Monday showed. In its annual ‘Audit of Antisemitic Incidents’, the ADL reported that there has been a…

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Islam in the Heart of England and France

By Denis MacEoin, Gatestone Institute— The city of Birmingham in the West Midlands, the heart of England, the place where the Industrial Revolution began, the second city of the UK and the eighth-largest in Europe, today is Britain’s most dangerous city. With a large and growing Muslim population, five of its electoral wards have the…

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Israel honors the millions who perished in the Holocaust

By Yori Yalon, Noam Dvir, and Gideon Allon, Israel Hayom— As the sun begins to set this evening, ushering in Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day, the atmosphere will change. Slowly, the quotidian routine will give way to reflection as businesses and leisure venues close to allow the nation to honor the memory of the 6 million…

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Video: Michael & Inna Rogatchi. For the Name and the Place. Reflections on the Holocaust:

Musical video-essay featuring MICHAEL ROGATCHI’s In the MIRROR of SHOAH series of original oil paintings and INNA ROGATCHI’s BLACK MILK & DARK STARS collection of fine art photography and collages reflecting the Holocaust in the metaphorical way. The album of the artistic couple has been completed by Inna Rogatchi in commemoration of the 60th anniversary…

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Why does America’s largest cell carrier call Israel ‘Palestine?’

By Karen McDonough/JNS.org— When Mark Rosenblatt touched down at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv April 5 and powered on his cell phone, he got the surprise of his mobile technology life. Rosenblatt received a text message from his cell phone carrier, Verizon, reading, “Welcome to Palestine.” “I did a double take,” said Rosenblatt, a…

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