Articles written by Joshua Levitt

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 By Joshua Levitt    News    June 13, 2014

'Leave me alone' says Elie to Bibi

Elie Wiesel, humanitarian, Nobel Prize laureate and chairman of The Algemeiner’s Advisory Board, said he turned down an offer from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to succeed Shimon Peres as president of the State of Israel, Israeli daily Ye... Full story

 By Joshua Levitt    News    May 16, 2014

Moderate professor expelled from Al-Quds teacher's union

(ByALGEMEINER)—Al-Quds University Professor Mohammed S. Dajani Daoudi, who was maligned for bringing Palestinian Arab students to visit the Auschwitz concentration camp, was expelled from the school’s teacher’s union last week, according to a copy... Full story

 By Joshua Levitt    News    May 9, 2014

Rabbi stands up for himself after verbal assault

(ALGEMEINER) A rabbi extracted an apology from anti-Semites on bikes who verbally assaulted him as he was walking to shul in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Rabbi Michy Rav-Noy wrote on Facebook that the lesson was, “Jews! Stand up for yourselves!” The “ma... Full story

 By Joshua Levitt    News    April 18, 2014

Vassar alums strike back at anti-Israel movement on campus

(The Algemeiner)—Alumni of Vassar College, an elite, liberal arts school in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., struck back against the rising anti-Israel tide on campus, protesting in a widely-read letter to the campus newspaper against recent moves by a group o... Full story

 By Joshua Levitt    News    April 4, 2014

Jimmy Carter confuses Israel as 'Jewish state' for meaning all Arabs must convert

(The Algemeiner) Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter confused Israel's demand for the Palestinian Authority to recognize it as a 'Jewish state' for meaning that all Arabs living there would need to... Full story

 By Joshua Levitt    News    March 14, 2014

Netanyahu tells Obama: Iran is 'greatest challenge' faced by U.S., Israel

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C., that the "greatest challenge" facing their two countries is stopping Iran from gaining the capability... Full story

 By Joshua Levitt    News    January 17, 2014

Israeli Arabs object to rule in Triangle swap

Israeli-Arabs and their representatives in the Knesset refuse to consider a territory swap backed by U.S. negotiators at the Israel-PA peace talks, which resumed in Jerusalem, according to Israeli press reports. The swap would see Israel cede... Full story


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