Israel Needs to Recognize the Danger Facing the Diaspora - and Act

Thursday, March 11, 2021

Our Chairman, Robert Singer, spoke today in a special event in Yad Kennedy near Jerusalem, in partnership with

Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Keren Kayemet Le'Israel (JNF) and Bitula Jewish Heritage Foundation to plant a tree as a token of commemoration of the Jewish community of North Macedonia who perished in the Holocaust. The event was held in the presence of Stevo Pendarovski the President of North Macedonia, Gary Koren, Deputy Director-General for Euroasia and Western Balkans at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Dan Oryan, the Ambassador of Israel to North Macedonia.

 

During his address, our Chairman said: "We are pleased to take part in another significant collaboration of the Center for Jewish Impact with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs led by Ambassador Dan Oryan. Together with KKL-JNF and Bitula Jewish Heritage Foundation, we will continue to commemorate the memory of the Northern Macedonian community, especially on this symbolic day. We would like to invite more organizations to join us in this important commemoration project."

Tuesday, July 6, 2021
 

Our Chairman, Robert Singer - "We need a new unified body to coordinate and operate all diaspora-related activities. The last operation in Gaza - the fourth in the last thirteen years - saw a half of Israelis, from the south to Tel Aviv and even as far as the Sharon region, seeking refuge from thousands of Hamas rockets - reinforced the understanding that Israel is facing a multifaceted campaign that must be urgently addressed."

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