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DC Rally in Support of PM Netanyahu – Tuesday, 3/5

February 28, 2015, by

EMET is urging supporters and friends to join a massive rally at U.S. Capitol West in Washington, D.C. (the front grassy area in front of the Capitol building) on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 9:00 a.m., in support of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to the U.S. Congress. The Prime Minister will speak about

Listen: Do Jews Have a Future in Europe?

February 26, 2015, by

In conjunction with the cover story of the Spring 2015 edition, Steve Savistky talks about the future of Jews in Europe with Malcolm Hoenlein, Executive Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations.

Bibi in Paris

January 11, 2015, by

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu Addressed the crowd gathered at the Paris Grand Synagogue:

Wiesenthal Center’s Top 10 Anti-Semitic Incidents of 2014

December 31, 2014, by

Hoping to draw more attention to the global problem of attacks against Jews and Judaism, the Simon Wiesenthal Center on Monday (Dec. 29) released its list of the top 10 worst anti-Semitic and anti-Israel incidents of 2014. The list can “bring focus to the fact that anti-Semitism has been increasingly manifest in the mainstream of

PA Hopes to Join ICC after Statehood Bid Fails at UN Security Council

December 31, 2014, by

Abbas Files Request to Join ICC Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas Wednesday signed a Palestinian request to join the International Criminal Court (ICC), seeking a new avenue for action against Israel after a failed UN resolution calling for Israel to withdraw to 1949 Armistice lines, AFP reports. Abbas signed the request along with applications to

Massive Oil Spill in Israel Nearly Twice the Size as Initially Though

December 8, 2014, by

As rains threaten to flood the delicate coral in the Gulf of Eilat with recently spilled pollutants, new figures released on Sunday night showed that the scale of the ecological disaster caused by a ruptured oil pipeline in southern Israel is nearly twice as bad as initially estimated. The data sent by the Eilat Ashkelon