Review Category : Anti-Semitism

Embarking on a Fool’s Errand

In his memoir, My Life, President Bill Clinton wrote “Right before I left office, Arafat in one of our last conversations, thanked me for all my efforts and told me what a great man I was.’ ‘Mr. Chairman.’ I replied, ‘I am not a great man. I am a failure, and you have made me one.”

I am bringing this up because last week, we saw President Trump, the fourth President in succession — after President Clinton, President George W. Bush and President Obama — being seduced by the siren song of brokering peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians and the lure of securing his place in history.

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New York – “An Alternative to the United Nations: The Covenant of Democratic Nations”

“An Alternative to the United Nations: The Covenant of Democratic Nations”

New York, New York


Edwin Black, author IBM and the Holocaust
Lauri Regan, EMET’s NY Chapter President
Roz Rothstein, CEO, StandWithUS
Kenneth Abramowitz, SavetheWest, EMET Board Member
Mark Langfan, Chairman, Americans for a Safe Israel
Aaron Eitan Meyer, Legal Analyst
Jeffrey Wiesenfeld, Commentator

The League of Nations outlived its usefulness during the Hitler regime. After the War, the League was replaced by the United Nations. Now the United Nations has outlived its usefulness and must be replaced with a new international body, one comprised solely of those nations governed by democratic principles, devoted to genuine democracy, equality, and peaceful relations throughout the world. The United States should defund and withdraw form the United Nations and reconstitute the movement to achieve world peace for all in a new world body: The Covenant of Democratic Nations. The Covenant of Democratic Nations will review, re-ratify, amend, or nullify all acts and resolutions of the uNited nations and its agencies creating a new body of long-overdue, reformed, and updated international law.

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John Kerry’s Rant

Aleppo, Syria. Once a thriving, bustling city. It boasted a population of over 2 million people and was one of the largest, most vibrant cities in the Levant. Today? It is a ghost town of what it once was. All one can see is rubble, charred buildings and mass graves. Human rights groups have recorded numerous examples of evidence of torture, mutilation and massacres. Perpetuated by the government of Bashar Assad, or the rebels or ISIS.

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Congressional Briefing: Unilateral Action on Israel at the UN During the Lame-Duck Session

November 29, 2016
Washington, D.C.

Clifford D. May, founder and President of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD)
Anne Bayefsky, director of the Touro Institute on Human Rights and the Holocaust
Sarah Stern, founder and President of the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) – remarks read by Jennifer Dekel, Director of Research & Communications (EMET)

Q&A Session

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The Hidden Agenda of the BDS Movement

There is a war raging across the United States and the world–a war that is being fought through infiltration and propaganda, trying to reach the hearts and minds of young people who think they are advocating for justice and peace. This is the work of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, which masks its true motives behind the slogan, “Freedom, Justice, Equality,” yet demonizes the State of Israel and systematically compares it to apartheid South Africa.

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US Taxpayer Dollars Contribute to BDS Activity and Anti-Semitism on College Campuses

The Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement has been dominating the conversation on anti-Israel activity at universities over the past few years. Yet few have heard of the interconnected issue involving the misuse of funding from Title VI educational grant programs, which is an underlying factor contributing to the growth of BDS and anti-Semitic activity on college campuses around our nation. Both problems urgently need to be addressed.

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