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Obama Calls Himself ‘Honorary Member’ Of The Jewish Faith
Speaking on Jewish American Heritage Month at the Adas Israel Congregation in Washington, D.C., this morning, President Barack Obama noted that one member of the congregation had once called him “the first Jewish president” and declared that his commitment to Israel’s security is “unshakeable.” “Earlier this week, I was actually interviewed by one of your members, Jeff Goldberg,” said Obama. “And Jeff reminded me that he once called me ‘the first Jewish President.’ Now, since some people still seem to be wondering about my faith, I should make clear this was an honorary title. But I was flattered.”
Goldberg, a writer for The Atlantic, interviewed Obama for that publication earlier this week. “And as an honorary member of the tribe, not to mention somebody who’s hosted seven White House Seders and been advised by, and been advised by, two Jewish chiefs of staff, I can also proudly say that I’m getting a little bit of the hang of the lingo,” said Obama. “But I will not use any of the Yiddish-isms that Rahm Emanuel taught me because I want to be invited back. Let’s just say he had some creative new synonyms for ‘Shalom.’”
Later in the speech, the president explained his “unshakeable” support for Israel’s security. “It’s particularly important to remember now, given the tumult that is taking place in so many corners of the globe, in one of the world’s most dangerous neighborhoods, those shared values compel us to reaffirm that our enduring friendship with the people of Israel and our unbreakable bonds with the state of Israel–that those bonds, that friendship cannot be broken,” said Obama. “Those values compel us to say that our commitment to Israel’s security, and my commitment to Israel’s security is and always will be unshakeable.
“And I’ve said this before: It would be a moral failing on the part of the U.S. government and the American people, it would be a moral failing on my part if we did not stand up firmly, steadfastly not just on behalf of Israel’s right to exist, but its right to thrive and prosper,” said Obama. “Because it would ignore the history that brought the state of Israel about. It would ignore the struggle that’s taken place through millennia to try to affirm the kinds of values that say everybody has a place, everybody has rights, everybody is a child of God.”
USA: Obama becomes third president to address an audience at a synagogue
US President Barack Obama became only the third sitting American president to speak to a congregation at a US synagogue, Friday when he delivered a speech from the pulpit of Adas Israel in Washington D.C.
The President Speaks on National Jewish American Heritage Month
President Obama delivers remarks at Adas Israel Congregation in Washington, D.C. in honor of Jewish American Heritage Month. May 22, 2015
President Obama Talks Iran Nuke Deal with Jewish American Community
President Obama addressed the Jewish-American community inside Adas Israel in Washington, D.C. and spoke about the tentative nuclear deal with Iran.
Robert Wistrich addresses Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism
Prof. Robert Wistrich, Head of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism, one of the participants and speakers at the 5th Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism, died several days later in Rome, on May 19, after suffering a heart attack. He was scheduled to address the Italian Senate on the rise of antisemitism in Europe. We mourn his passing.
Prof. Robert Wistrich was the Neuberger chair for Modern European History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and has been Head of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism 2002-2015. In 2013 he was awarded a prize for Lifetime Achievement by the New-York based Journal for the Study of Antisemitism which described him “as the leading scholar in the field of antisemitism study today”. Among his books are: Hitler and the Holocaust (Random House, 2001), which has been translated into 25 language. His 1,200 page book A Lethal Obsession: Antisemitism from Antiquity to the Global Jihad, appeared in 2010, and From Ambivalence to Betrayal: The Left, the Jews and Israel was published in 2012.
The Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism (GFCA) is the premier biennial gathering for assessing the state of Antisemitism globally, and formulating effective forms of societal and governmental response. The GFCA is an active coalition of public figures, political leaders, heads of civil society, clergy, journalists, diplomats, educators and concerned citizens dedicated to the advance of tolerance towards the other in public life and the defeat of Antisemitism and other forms of racial and ethnic hatred. The Forum serves as an important meeting place for exchange of knowledge and for formulating the global work plan for combating Antisemitism.
Akiva Tor & Sheikh Usama Hasan Discuss the Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism
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Akiva Tor is the Head of Bureau for World Jewish Affairs and World Religions at the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Previously he served as Israel Consul General in San Francisco, Director of the Israel Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei; Deputy Director for Palestinian Affairs in the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs and World Jewish Affairs Adviser to the President of Israel. He is a graduate of the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government, holds an MA degree from Hebrew University in Jewish political thought, and writes and lectures on Jewish values in the foreign policy of Israel and on ethical considerations in international relations.
Sheikh Dr. Usama Hasan, Senior Researcher in Islamic Studies at the Quilliam Foundation (the world’s first counter-extremism think-tank) is a scientist and religious scholar, holding traditional certifications and MA, MSc and PhD degrees (Cambridge and London). Served as an imam for 30 yrs in UK mosques, participated in interfaith dialogue and action for the past 15 yrs, and worked closely with the UK Board of Deputies of British Jews. Patron and/or trustee of the Israeli-Palestinian Parents’ Circle, UK (Bereaved Families’ Forum), the UK Forum for the Discussion of Israel and Palestine (FODIP) and One Voice Europe (OVE), who campaign for a two-state solution. Lectured “Is Islam antisemitic?” in a London Limmud event 2013.
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EU Foreign Policy Chief Mogherini visits Ramallah and Jerusalem
Ellie Hochenberg on the visit of the European Union’s top diplomat Federica Mogherini to the region
Richard Kemp The media in the anti Israel campaign
Colonel Richard Kemp lecture at Bar Ilan University on May 19, 2015.
Moral Battles, Immoral Battles: Israel’s Fight for Security and Fair Treatment.
שמעון פרס Shimon Peres
Netanyahu Jerusalem is capital of Jews
Netanyahu: Jerusalem is the capital of the Jewish people alone
Islamic extremism threatens city and entire world, premier says at Jerusalem Day ceremony; President Rivlin says Jerusalem belongs to all of it citizens – Arabs and Jews.
Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld on Jerusalem Day
French-Israeli tension over Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
Diplomatic pressure on Jerusalem seems to be rising, with a French-led peace initiative, moving forward. here’s the news today’s diplomatic correspondent Ellie Hochenberg, with the details on the latest dispute
Israeli police clash with Palestinians protesting against Jerusalem Day
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Clashes erupted on Sunday (May 17) between Jews marking Israeli Jerusalem Day and Palestinians who were protesting against the event near the Old City walls. The
Israel Disappointed As Vatican Recognizes “Palestinian State” — May 15, 2015
This week on Jerusalem Dateline: Israel disappointed as Vatican recognizes “Palestinian State”; plus CBN’s Scott Ross looks at Jerusalem’s past, present and future – from conflict to prophecy fulfilled; and a beloved Jerusalem …
American Israel Supporters Tell Pope: Stay Out of Politics
After Pope Francis moved to recognize a Palestinian state, some gung-ho defenders of Israel suggested the pontiff should stick to preaching and stay out of politics. Rep. Jeff Duncan of South Carolina, a hawkish defender of Israel, said “I’m disappointed. The Pope is legitimizing a Palestinian state without requiring those who get recognition to recognize Israel as a Jewish state.” It wasn’t just Duncan. Several House conservatives seemed exasperated that Francis, who will address Congress this fall, approved the Vatican’s recognition of Palestine as a state. On Wednesday, critics said Rome needs to leave the question of Palestinian statehood to be sorted out in the Middle East. Others were frustrated that the pontiff would recognize a place that’s an avowed enemy of a U.S. ally like Israel.
Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas said, “I’m surprised that the pope would recognize Palestine when they’re still haters who want to eliminate Israel off the map and don’t recognize Israel. The Pope is the head of his religion, and he makes those calls for himself, but I represent 700,000 people from East Texas and a vast majority agree with me.”
Vatican Move on Palestine Adds Fuel to European Debate
The Vatican’s decision to recognize the state of Palestine in a treaty for the first time has drawn a stern response from Israel, but it may usher in a freer debate in Europe about how to proceed on the vexed Palestinian question.
The Holy See has referred to Palestine since 2012, but the treaty concluded on Wednesday, which covers the Church’s activities in areas controlled by the Palestinian Authority, marks a more formal recognition, which Vatican officials said they hoped would benefit Israeli-Palestinian ties in time.
An Israeli foreign ministry official described the Vatican’s move as a “disappointment” and indicated that it may lead to reprisals, although he did not say of what kind.
The Vatican, increasingly proactive in foreign policy under Pope Francis, is far from the only state to have recognized Palestine — 135 members of the United Nations already do so, nearly 70 percent of the total. By comparison, 160 of the UN’s 193 members recognize Israel.
Controversy over Vatican recognizing Palestinian state
Ambassador Francis Rooney and Rabbi Steve Burg debate Pope Francis’ decision
Summit to Combat Religious Tension Held in Rockland County
SUFFERN – Jews, Christians and Muslims took part in a summit Wednesday morning to improve interfaith understanding in Rockland County.
Interfaith Summit Held at Rockland Community College
NYACK – An interfaith summit was held in Rockland Wednesday in an effort to ease tensions in the community.
PM Netanyahu Meets German Defense Minister Dr. Ursula von der Leyen
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with German Defense Minister Dr. Ursula von der Leyen
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Malcolm Hoenlein’s Global Perspective
Executive Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations Malcolm Hoenlein joins Yishai in-studio for an exclusive interview about the state of affairs of the state of Israel. Is Iran gaining global momentum? Is the Israeli narrative losing global momentum? Will Argentinian Jews ever see justice?
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Netanyahu Signs Deal to Form Coalition Government
Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, secures a last minute deal to form a coalition government with the Jewish Home party.
Germany: Gauck welcomes Israeli President Rivlin to Berlin with full military honours
German President Joachim Gauck welcomed Israeli President Reuven Rivlin to the Bellevue Palace in Berlin, Monday, with full military honours.
Rivlin is visiting Germany for two days on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of bilateral diplomatic relations between Germany and Israel, which took place on May 12, 1965.
Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein on the Challenges Ahead
Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein joins VOI’s Dov Lipman to discuss the challenges facing the 20th Knesset, and opines on an array of issues, among them: religion and state; regional representation in the Knesset; and the Knesset’s being the first green parliament in the world.
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