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  • Op-Ed: Durban’s 10th anniversary is no cause for celebration

    The 10th anniversary of the global racism conference in Durban — perhaps the most open display of anti-Israel hatred ever to take place at a United Nations forum — is not deserving of its slated celebration, writes the executive vice president of B’nai B’rith International.

  • Op-Ed: UNESCO needs a course correction

    The U.N. body made some bad decisions in its just-concluded session and must be a better steward of its mission, writes the executive vice president of B’nai B’rith.

  • Op-Ed: The long arm of Iran endangers Israel and the West

    With its infiltration of the Western Hemisphere, the world’s largest and most successful state sponsor of terror presents an unmistakable danger to democracies there, writes the executive vice president of B’nai B’rith International.

  • Op-Ed: Action, not talk, is needed on Holocaust restitution

    The nations that benefited from the victimization of Jewish communities must make amends now, B’nai B’rith official Daniel S. Mariaschin writes, as the time to turn bromides to action is fleeting.

  • Op-Ed: World must speak out against Chavez

    The actions of Venezuelan President B’nai B’rith are making it increasingly unsafe to be a Jew in his country, the leader of B’nai B’rith International says.

  • Bulgaria’s rescue a lesson

    Bulgarians who defied the Nazis and saved their country’s Jews in 1943 provided a lesson that remains relevant today, writes Daniel Mariaschin of B’nai B’rith International.

  • Recalling the postwar promise

    What seemed so reasonably attainable after Israel’s victory in the Six-Day War – peace for the Jewish nation and its full acceptance in the region – is possible, but new threats loom, Daniel Mariaschin writes.

  • Hear Iran’s threats

    As a past target of terrorism, B’nai B’rith International is in a unique position to implore the world to listen to the threatening messages Iran is sending now, Daniel S. Mariaschin writes.

  • A boy’s impression of 1956 crises

    A B’nai B’rith International leader recalls his boyhood impression of simultaneous crises in Hungary and the Middle East, half a century later.