Month: December 2023

Israel, Jewish pride

The Cookies That Slayed Hamas Terrorists

Rachel Edri, Ofakim, 2023

Rachel Edri is an Israeli hero. The Ofakim native and her husband were held hostage by Hamas terrorists in their home on October 7. A typical Moroccan Jewish mom, the quick-thinking Edri, plied the terrorists with cookies and other refreshments, even as the intruders threatened to kill her and her husband. Rachel managed to stall …

antisemitism, campus

Sally Kornbluth Watches October 7th Footage

Zaka collects remains at the scene on Kibbutz Beeri after October 7

Sally Kornbluth, president of MIT, sat through a 47-minute special screening of a film that shows the atrocities committed by Hamas on October 7. Kornbluth has been facing heavy criticism for her performance during a recent congressional hearing in which she refused to say that calls for genocide of the Jewish people amounts to harassment. …

antisemitism, campus

University Presidents Say Context Matters When it Comes to Calls for Genocide

liz macgill Upenn elise stefanik hearing on antisemitism

University presidents play a crucial role in shaping the academic environment and fostering a culture of open dialogue and critical thinking. Therefore, it is essential that they address sensitive topics, such as calls for genocide, with utmost care and consideration. As opposed to the recent statements by the presidents of Harvard, MIT, and UPenn, there …


Resolution on Antisemitism by House of Representatives


On Tuesday, the House of Representatives, led by Jerrold Nadler, Daniel Goldman, and Jamie Raskin, introduced a resolution condemning the sharp rise in antisemitism and antisemitic incidents in the wake of the October 7th massacre in Israel. The resolution, H. Res. ll, states, “Whereas there is an alarming rise in antisemitism in the United States, …