From This View

BY Ben Krull
June 12, 2014

While the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement may be a popular cause on America’s college campuses, the movement has little future across the larger United States. Not only is criticizing Israel a political third rail, but sympathy for the Palestinians is a hard sell to Americans. To become a significant movement, BDS will have CONTINUE »

BY Dr. Meir Wikler
June 5, 2014

Since the opening of its state-of-the-art New Wing in 2005, Yad Vashem in Jerusalem has been deluged by well-deserved accolades from the millions of tourists and Israeli citizens who visit each year. And it is considered by many to be the gold standard against which all other Holocaust memorials are measured. Why, then, has a CONTINUE »

BY Elliot Shefrin
June 5, 2014

In early 2000, I got a call from an old friend, Toby Knopf, who at the time was president of the Jewish Federation of Howard County, an organization to which I was an annual donor.  She told me that her treasurer had just resigned, and she asked me if I would consider filling in for CONTINUE »

May 29, 2014

I am not normally supportive of new Jewish/Israeli-based organizations, as we seem to have more than our share. Yet, the time has come for a new effort that will restore the greatness and vitality of the Zionist movement. The time for change is here. Israel and the Jewish people are under attack from the outside CONTINUE »

May 29, 2014

The March of the Living is a two-week educational trip in which teens and adults from all over the world travel from Poland to Israel to learn about the Holocaust and beyond. Participants visit concentration camps, tour cities in Poland and Israel and listen to stories about the Holocaust. The March of the Living proves CONTINUE »