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Sep 6, 2022, 9:56 PM
Giving Israeli civil society a voice in diplomatic processes
On September 1, following his latest trip to the region, the EU Special Envoy to the Middle East Peace Process, Dr. Sven Koopmans, published a piece in Haaretz expressing the EU's friendship and commitment to Israel, while stating that...
Nov 10, 2017, 10:54 PM
International sports organizations must enforce fair treatment of all teams – including Israel’s
When Israeli judoka Tal Flicker won a gold medal at the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam judo tournament last month, he stood on the podium and quietly sang the Israeli national anthem to himself, while the International Judo Federation’s anthem...
Mar 26, 2017, 8:13 PM
We must engage with the UN Human Rights Council to overcome its anti-Israel bias
António Guterres, the new secretary-general of the United Nations, did not mince words when he addressed the opening session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva a few weeks ago, for the first in his capacity as UN chief: “Disregard...
Feb 8, 2017, 8:04 PM
Always remember and never be indifferent – this is the only way to prevent another Holocaust
I am the son of a Holocaust survivor. My mother escaped the Nazi genocide of European Jewry by fleeing Bessarabia in 1941 and taking refuge in the village of Sretenka, in relatively tolerant Soviet Kyrgyzstan. But her parents, siblings,...
Jan 26, 2017, 10:19 PM
On Holocaust Remembrance Day, we must stand together as one and declare: #WeRemember
We remember. We must remember. The single greatest weapon against those who deny the Holocaust has long been testimony from those who witnessed it. Yet even that has not been enough; far too many people around the world still question...
Dec 2, 2016, 6:20 PM
For Israelis and Palestinians, a glimmer of hope in the darkness
As an unprecedented wildfire swept Israel last week, rendering thousands homeless and hurling thousands more into shock and uncertainty, an unexpected spark of hope also emerged from the flames. It has become ever clear throughout the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict that...
Jun 13, 2016, 11:03 AM
Russia and Israel: Unlikely Bedfellows for 25 Years
Who would have imagined 25 years ago that Israel and Russia would share military cooperation and coordination in a place like Syria, a country that was once among the Soviet Union’s most loyal client states? Who would have believed...
Apr 12, 2016, 5:34 PM
Focus on Middle East peace, not delegitimizing Israel
Israel is a strong country. From the ashes of the Holocaust, it has grown to become a leader in defense, technology, medicine, literature, and economics. More than 8 million people of all ethnicities and religions live there as citizens...
Mar 14, 2016, 12:01 AM
Has the world really learned the lessons of Nuremberg?
“The Nuremberg trial laid bare to the world’s view the basic evils that afflict our time. Unhappily, it did not end these evils. The Nuremberg lesson has been written. But has it been learned?” – Robert H. Jackson, Chief...
Jan 26, 2016, 6:34 PM
Yiddish has not yet said its last word
The Ashkenazi Jewish language is in rivival, even in the very Eastern European streets where it was born
Robert Singer is the Chairman of the Center for Jewish Impact, Chairman of Board of Trustees of World ORT, past CEO of World Jewish Congress and member of Governing Board of CAM.