Sarah Stern, founder and president of Endowment for Middle East Truth, will speak on ”The Iran Nuclear Agreement: The Challenge of Our Generation” at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 18 at Oheb Zedek-Cedar Sinai Synagogue, 23749 Cedar Road in Lyndhurst.Read More →
President Obama loves his binary approach. He repeats it often. Just two week ago, the president was quite insistent, essentially daring his critics to produce an alternative: I’m hearing a lot of talking points being repeated about “This is a bad deal. This is a historically bad deal… What I haven’t heard is what is your preferred alternative?… And the reason is because there really are only two alternatives here. Either the issue of Iran obtaining a nuclear weapon is resolved diplomatically through a negotiation or it’s resolved through force, through war. Those are — those are the options.”Read More →
As one of the organizers of the recently historic Stop Iran Rally in Times Square on July 22nd, I dedicated almost one month of my time to ensure its success. I was honored to work with an unbelievably dedicated group of passionate, selfless individuals who also turned their personal and professional lives upside down to work on the rally.Read More →
We know the Iran deal is bad. How bad it is is we all may be spending the rest of our lives finding out. That is, unless enough members of Congress are able to inject sufficient spine-strengthening and -straightening serum to override President Barack Obama’s already promised veto of any effort to derail the deal.Read More →
Sarah Stern, founder of Endowment for Middle East Truth, tells VOI’s Eve Harow about her organization’s efforts to prevent the current deal with Iran.
She describes the unusual coalition of Jewish lobbyists, including members of AIPAC, who have joined forces to prevent Western leaders from capitulating to the world’s greatest sponsor of terrorism.Read More →
Although children do not typically fight in wars, they can spend a lifetime recovering from them.
“Traumatized children become traumatized adults,” said Dr. Veronica Slootsky, a psychiatrist who, through her work with Physicians for Human Rights, studies children with post-traumatic stress disorder.Read More →