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 By Edwin Black    Features    May 17, 2019

Israel's tourism triumph: The restaurant scene

(JNS) Israel's adversaries in the BDS movement thought they could starve Israel through economic warfare that included even its food sector. Many remember the furor over SodaStream, Sabra hummus,...

 
 By Edwin Black    Opinions    April 12, 2019

Israel's tourism triumph

(JNS)—The virulently anti-Israel movement known as Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement is roiling through college campuses, overflowing into city councils, encroaching into corporate boardrooms and now chomping at the essence of...

 

Finally, some movement against California colleges that disrupted pro-Israel events

(JNS)—Organized disruptors, both students and non-students, who shut down a pro-Israel gathering at University of California Los Angeles last May might not be prosecuted, according to information from LA City Attorney Mike Feuer’s office....

 
 By Edwin Black    News    July 6, 2018

Students file criminal complaints against anti-Israel disruptors

Criminal complaints are now being filed by students following the belligerent disruption of a May 17, 2018, Students Supporting Israel [SSI] event at University of California Los Angeles. At least a...

 
 By Edwin Black    Features    June 15, 2018

'Judaism, Zionism and the Land of Israel' fills a void

For decades, Rabbi Yotav Eliach, esteemed principal of Rambam Mesivta High School in Long Island, has accumulated his teachings, writings, and those of many other scholars and rabbinical authorities,...

 
 By Edwin Black    Opinions    June 8, 2018

International Farhud Day stymies invented history

When International Farhud Day was proclaimed at a conference convened at the United Nations headquarters on June 1, 2015, its proponents wanted to achieve more than merely establish a commemoration of the ghastly 1941 Arab-Nazi pogrom in Baghdad...

 

Remembering Robert Wolfe, guardian of Nazi-era archives

WASHINGTON (JTA)-Robert Wolfe, the irreplaceable former chief archivist for captured Nazi documents at the National Archives here, died Dec. 10 at the age of 93. With his death, a legacy also dies....

 

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