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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Op-Ed

Last Sunday in Las Vegas, Stephen Paddock turned his guns on a country music concert, killing 59, including himself, and wounding more than 500. The mass murder was beyond horrific, an act of pure evil as President Trump said, but it easily could have been worse in several ways.

Stephen Paddock was a mystery man who kept to himself. Suppose he had emblazoned something like “Murder, Inc.” on his business card, an open warning of deadly intentions.

That was the practice of Nidal Malik Hasan, a U.S. Army major who openly billed himself as a “Soldier of Allah.” If that is not a warning, it is hard to imagine what one would look like.

Imagine if Stephen Paddock had been communicating with a criminal gang or terrorists. That was the case with

On October 6, 2017, the Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded the Nobel Peace Prize of 2017 to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN).  The text of the award stated, "We live in a world where the risk of nuclear weapons being used is greater than it has been for a long time[.] ... [T]here is a real danger that more countries will try to procure nuclear weapons, as exemplified by North Korea."

The world, most of all President Donald Trump but even China, is well aware of that

The openly anti-Semitic wing of the DNC no longer has a reason to hide

Since 2015, Britain has been one election away from having an antisemitic prime minister backed by antisemitic voters. If current trends in the Democratic Party continue, in the not-so-distant future, the United States might be in the same position.

Two years ago, Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader of Britain’s main opposition Labor Party. That officially put an end to Tony Blair’s alignment of the Labor Party with the

The Center for Jewish History is making history by being a Jewish cultural landmark that hosts anti-Israel events. Is it trying to separate Jews from Israel?

The New York based Center for Jewish History (CJH) remains embroiled in controversy weeks after it has been revealed that the new CEO, David N. Myers is an active leader of the New Israel Fund, If Not Now, When, J Street and other organizations that are hostile to the State of Israel.  While Jewish Voices for Peace (JVP) has Myers listed in

Having become all too familiar with terror attacks here in Israel, we understand that these acts of aggression are orchestrated to disrupt, destroy and cause deep physical pain and emotional distress. They are also intended as instruments of extreme political and cultural polarization.

Following an attack, there is always a multiplicity of analyses that revolve around “us” and “them,” a collective but isolating barrage of finger pointing from all sides. On the average Israeli college campus