In Israel, Some Wonder Where The Outrage Is Over U.S. Anti-Semitic Acts

By Daniel Estrin, NPR— News of recent anti-Semitic acts in the U.S. — like the toppling of tombstones in a Jewish cemetery in St. Louis and bomb threats against Jewish community centers — is being followed closely in Israel. So is the Israeli government’s response to these incidents. Some Israelis are questioning whether Prime Minister…

‘Christians Must Help Trump Move Embassy to Bring Third Temple’

By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz, Breaking Israel News— In a move one prominent pastor believes will be the first step towards building the Third Temple, Jews and Christians are coming together on a project to give President Donald Trump major support for moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem. The initiative began last month, when Rabbi Yehudah…

No one is vetting Syrian refugees for signs of antiSemitism

By Charles Jacobs, Jpost— Major Jewish establishment organizations are strenuously lobbying for the resettlement of Syrian refugees on American soil. It’s explained as a natural extension of Jewish values and history – “we, too, were refugees once. We, too, were the ‘other.’” The comparison is, to say the least, abstract. It ignores vast differences between…

‘Shining Souls’: Heroes of humanity during the Holocaust

By Arutz Sheva— “Shining Souls,” Champions of Humanity Fine Arts Photography exhibition, works by Dr. Inna Rogatchi, will be inaugurated on January 24 at The European Parliament as part of the commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2017 there. The European Premiere of this project is in memory of Elie Wiesel, a dear friend of…