Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen marked Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday with a Twitter post highlighting the late civil rights leader’s desire for peace between Israel and its Arab neighbors. “Today, we honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,” Cohen posted on Twitter. “As he wrote in a letter to Jewish […]
“Anyone who propagates hateful messages is free to express their opinions as they wish, but should not be given a public platform at an educational establishment to do so,” said Liora Rez of the Center for Combating Hate in America.
Civility isn’t racist. The left is.
Martin Luther King III will visit Israel this Sunday to honor activists who have worked on behalf of Ethiopian-Jewish immigrants to Israel.
Their message is clear: to take the lessons we learned from Dr. King and bring them into our lives.
Cultivating a man such as Odeh, rather than seeking out the real moderates among Israel’s Arab population, is simply a tragic mistake.
Over 5,000 African Hebrew Israelites live in Israel’s south. Their community started over 45 years ago led by Ben Ammi who passed away in 2014.
Since the fall, a small group of Quakers has held what they call a “vigil” once a week in the central square of our small town.
One feature of the human condition is that we have fairly short attention spans.
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, we would like to present some thoughts Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. shared with the world regarding the State of Israel, its right to self defense, and the right of Israel to exist. Video of MLK voicing his thoughts on Israel