Today we’d like to introduce you to Charles Asher Small.
Charles Asher, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
ISGAP was created after being inspired by Professor Elie Weisel, who was a great scholar, the most known survivor of the Holocaust and Nobel Peace Prize Laurette. I attended the first United Nations conference ever held on antisemitism in 2003 organized by Elie Weisel and UN Secretary-General Kofi Anan. I started ISGAP the support of Dr. William Prusoff and Elie Weisel was the first President of ISGAP.
As a young scholar in Israel, I began to read and study the regional and global influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Middle East, Europe and in the United States. I was shocked to learn the Muslim Brotherhood’s intellectual affiliation to European antisemitism, white supremacy and Nazi ideology. I also became alarmed of how the Iranian Regime, Hamas and Hezbollah also used antisemitism to gain support, and the central role it plays in their ideology and political agenda…