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Topic: Iran

David Menashri "Iran, The United States and the Nuclear Challenge: A view from Israel"

Seminar Series: Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective “Iran, the United States and the Nuclear Challenge: A view from Israel” Professor David Menashri President, College of Law and Business, Ramat Gan Tuesday, February 24, 2015, 5:30PM ISGAP Center, 4th Floor

ISGAP Reacts to the Discovery of Murdered Israeli Teens

New York, NY, June 30, 2014 – The Director of the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy, and the Koret Scholar, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Dr. Charles Asher Small is horrified by the murder of three Israeli teenage boys. The bodies of Naftali Fraenkel, 16, Gilad Shaar, 16, and Eyal Yifrach, 19, […]

On cockroaches, apes and genocide

April 19, 2014- Atrocities committed by the Nazis against the Jewish People during the Holocaust, aided and abetted by the international community’s indifference, led to the greatest systematic murder of a people, and the unabashed antisemitism led to the ultimate destruction of much of Europe itself. The moral and political failure of the international community […]

ISGAP Special Event on Iran Featuring David Menashri

ISGAP invites all to attend a Special Event on Iran featuring Professor David Menashri President of the College of Law and Business, Ramat Gan Founding-Director of the Alliance Center for Iranian Studies, Tel Aviv University Introductory remarks by Lawrence B. Benenson, Chair of ISGAP and Dr. Charles Asher Small, Director of ISGAP “Iranian President Rouhani’s […]

Netanyahu at Shoah ceremony: ‘We won’t leave our fate in the hands of others’

Also speaking at official Yad Vashem remembrance, Peres calls on world to take seriously modern-day threats of mass destruction Israel will defend itself with its own forces and prevent a Holocaust from ever happening again, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at a ceremony marking Holocaust Remembrance Day Sunday night, echoing a familiar refrain that the […]

Universal lessons of the Holocaust

When writing on the Holocaust, I am reminded of the early teachings of my parents – the profundity and pain of which I realized only years later – that there are things in Jewish history – in human history – too terrible to be believed, but not too terrible to have happened. Indeed, the Holocaust […]

Israeli singer Rita’s special surrealistic concert at the UN General Assembly

UN Ambassador Prosor has pulled off one of the most unusual diplomatic achievements ever: a full-fledged UN-sponsored Farsi-Hebrew musical event full of goodwill and sympathy. Inside the hall of the General Assembly at the United Nations building in New York, it seemed at times that either the messiah had arrived or the world had turned […]

WINEP Executive Director Satloff and ISGAP Board Member Op-Ed Published in Washington Post

The message Hagel carries on Iran Let’s stipulate that Chuck Hagel may make an exemplary defense secretary. That possibility doesn’t alter the fact that his nomination by President Obama almost certainly raises doubts among allies and adversaries alike that Obama may not be nearly so committed to using all means necessary to prevent Iran from […]

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