An evening honoring Elgen Long, the Alaska Airlines navigator who took part in the 1949 airlift that saved thousands of Yemenite Jews brought to Israel. Hosted by Shahar Azani with Israeli Minister Ofir Akunis at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in NYC.

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Michael Goldmann-Gilead, a key member of the special Israeli police unit created to gather evidence for the trial of Adolph Eichmann discusses his work and the trial. With Eli M. Rosenbaum at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in NYC.

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AJC C.E.O. David Harris discusses the historical reality of Am Echad that links Jews in Israel and the Diaspora, and how many world governments ignore this reality. At AJC Westchester/Fairfield and Young Israel of Scarsdale, Scarsdale, NY.

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Yair Rosenberg, the number-two most targeted Jewish journalist for anti-Semitic online harassment, explains his philosophy of response and suggests ways to discourage online bigotry. With Steve Ginsburg, Regional Director of ADL in Connecticut .

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Myron Sugerman, the “Last Jewish Gangster,” describes the Jewish mafia’s role in fighting anti-Semitism in the 1930’s and the crucial role the Jewish mob played in arming the infant Jewish state. From Congregation Beth Sholom Chabad on Long Island.

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Authors Peter Beinart and Tuvia Tenenbom debate American attitudes toward Israel, racism and anti-Semitism. A program of the Jewish Theater of New York at the Triad in NYC .

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In an address entitled “Jerusalem: Whose City Is It?” Prof. Mordechai Kedar analyses the early history of the Islamic religion and how it relates to Jerusalem and the Temple Mount. From the ZOA in New York City .

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The Manhattan Jewish Historical Initiative celebrates its first annual inductions into the Manhattan Jewish Hall of Fame, including Tovah Feldshuh, Michael Dorf, Mort Zuckerman, Arthur Schneier, Joseph Malovany, Ruth Messinger and Art Shamsky.

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Rabbi Elie Kaunfer, Rosh Yeshiva and CEO of Mechon Hadar in Manhattan, offers his view of what 21st Century Jewish life will look like and how Jews will self-identify. JBS’s exclusive coverage of Limmud FSU 2017 from the Hilton Westchester in Rye Brook, NY.

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Writer, educator and trans-activist at Columbia University, Abby Stein, uses her own personal experiences of being raised male in the Hasidic community to discuss a Jewish approach to transgender issues. From Limmud FSU 2017 in Rye Brook, NY.

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