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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, September 26, 2017


On Sunday night, June 25, Chazaq advanced what must be its defining and primary function of building a strong Jewish future. I was invited to attend a room filled with representatives from ten different schools. The night’s motif: “Chazaq reclaims Jewish children attending a public education devoid of our proud and rich heritage”. As I entered the room and encountered the welcome desk, I saw smiling staff and sensed excited “shoppers”. The atmosphere totally occluded the nature of the night’s merchandise, the souls of a generation of Bukharian Jewry. 

I saw parents enthusiastically mulling about scanning presentations and brochures. I can only wonder what attracted them here. Was it the opportunity to afford quality Jewish education? Was

The insanity never ends -- and it's not likely to get better

Is there no limit to the level of disgusting behavior on college campuses that parents, taxpayers, donors and legislators will accept? Colleges have become islands of intolerance, and as with fish, the rot begins at the head. Let's examine some recent episodes representative of a general trend and ask ourselves why we should tolerate it plus pay for it.

Students at Evergreen State College harassed biology professor Bret

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Education Minister Naftali Bennett, Ariel Mayor Elyahu Shaviro and a host of dignitaries laid the cornerstone for Israel’s newest medical school Wednesday, saying the new faculty at Ariel University would become an integral part of Israel’s academic and healthcare landscape.

“The doctors who will graduate the faculty of medicine at Ariel will heal the sick for many years, and the medical school itself will heal the open wounds in Israeli society and between

The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous (JFR) has selected 22 middle and high school teachers from 10 states, Croatia and Poland, and three Holocaust Center educators, as 2017 Alfred Lerner Fellows to delve into the complex history of the Holocaust as well as discuss new teaching techniques for introducing the subject of the Holocaust into their classrooms. The Summer Institute, an intensive five-day course, was held at Columbia University from June 25th through June 29th.

The program is a

The City University of New York last week named Peter M. Cohen as interim president of Kingsborough Community College following the recent announcement that Farley Herzek, the president since 2014, is retiring. Cohen will serve while the Board of Trustees conducts a search for a permanent replacement.

Cohen has been Kingsborough’s Vice President of Student Affairs since 2014 and has served in a variety of student-service capacities since 1987.

“We’re lucky to have someone from Kingsborough’s