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A few years ago, I had the honor and joy to accompany a delegation of IDF orphans on a trip to North America on behalf of the IDF's Widows and Orphans Organization.
The sad truth is that antisemitism has reared its ugly head in the United States and around the world in recent decades and not only has it happened more often, but also it has become normalized, ignored, forgiven.
The last few weeks have brought with them several teachable moments, not just about Jews and antisemitism, but also ones relevant to our society as a whole.
Israelis’ determination in times of war is augmented by a profound sense of solidarity
“We were not about to take this attack on us and our fallen friends lying down. Not by a long shot.”
About seven years ago, as Israel’s newly arrived consul for media affairs in New York City, I had a memorable moment during a speaking...