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L'institut Canadien de Recherches sur le Judaisme
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From our board: Speaker Pelosi can either reject anti-Semitism or tolerate it, not both by Bradley Martin

  By Bradley Martin   Speaker Nancy Pelosi did the right thing and spoke at a Women’s March event that rejected the anti-Semitism of national organization leaders such as Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory. But just days before the event, Pelosi appointed newly elected congresswoman Ilhan Omar to the House Foreign Affairs Committee. This happened right after…

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From our board: Tulsi Gabbard’s Ignorance Regarding Syria Reveals She’s Unfit To Be President by Bradley Martin

  By Bradley Martin   Democratic presidential candidate and congresswoman from Hawaii Tulsi Gabbard, appearing on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” last week, repeatedly defended Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, refusing to denounce him either as an “enemy” or even an “adversary.” “Assad is not the enemy of the United States because Syria does not pose a direct threat to the…

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Baruch Cohen: ROMANIA’S HOLOCAUST 1940

“I was born in Bucharest to a non-practicing Jewish family. My knowledge of and interest in Judaism came from observing the traditions while visiting my maternal grandparents in Cernovitz. However, I was only able to truly understand the full implications of being Jewish, when I was preparing to enter my second year of high school.…

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PRAYING FOR ISRAEL: INTERVIEW WITH FORMER IDF CHIEF OF STAFF MOSHE YA’ALON

Machla Abramovitz Community, Dec., 2018               …To assess the current state of Israel’s security, we sat down with former IDF Chief of Staff General Moshe (“Boogie”) Ya’alon, following  his keynote address at the 30th anniversary gala of the Canadian Institute for Jewish Research (CIJR) in Montreal. General Ya’alon, 68, was born in Haifa, joined the Nahal…

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Frederick Krantz: NEVER AGAIN! AND NEVER HERE, IN NORTH AMERICA!

The Canadian Institute for Jewish Research condemns the vicious murders of eleven Jews in the Etz Chaim/Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and extends its profound sympathy to the families of the victims and wounded, including the courageous police who, risking their own live, rushed to defend the congregation and disarmed the assailant. Rising…

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