Russian and Israeli amateur chess players met online for a gentlemen's game in a first of its kind event to promote the construction of cultural bridges between the two peoples.
The bill would also establish post of Diaspora commissioner
Ahead of the Jewish people’s first “coronavirus Passover,” the legendary hero shares a message of hope
Remember the big picture, keep a sense of humor, and use your time well, the former Prisoner of Zion advises.
The $1 million prize, named the “Jewish Nobel” by Time Magazine, is being awarded to Natan Sharansky for his advocacy of human rights, democracy, and efforts to unify the Jewish people.
Sharansky, who served as Chairman of the Executive of the Jewish Agency from 2009 to 2018, was a member in the 14th, 15th, and 17th Knessets, and served in various ministerial positions
Natan Sharansky on his 3D Test of Antisemitism – demonization, delegitimization and double standards.
“You may disagree with Israel as much as you wish, but the moment you deny Israel’s right to exist... then it’s antisemitism.”
Natan Sharansky is being recognized for his lifelong struggle for human rights, political freedom and for his service to the Jewish people and the State of Israel.
Defining the ‘3D test’ of demonization, delegitimization and double standards.