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  • Op-Ed: Terror is terror

    The knifings, shootings and car rammings of Jewish-Israelis deserve to be met with the same global outcry as the attacks on Paris, writes the top executive officer of B’nai B’rith International.

  • Op-Ed: HarperCollins must not contribute to delegitimization of Israel

    Initially, a company spokesman said the omission of Israel from Middle East maps was a “bow to local preferences.” A subsequent apology was not enough for the executive vice president of B’nai B’rith International.

  • 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.

  • Israel scales back Gaza ops

    Israeli forces have dramatically scaled back operations in the Gaza Strip in what appears to be a bid to secure a de facto truce with Hamas.

  • Olmert: Peace talks will go on

    Israel will press ahead in peace talks with the Palestinian Authority despite recent bloodshed, Ehud Olmert said.

  • McCain to visit Israel

    John McCain is expected to visit Israel soon.