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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, July 20, 2017

Arts & Culture

On the musical front, while leading artists routinely receive BDS pressure to cancel their shows in Israel, the number of star-studded acts scheduled to perform in the Jewish state this summer is unprecedented.

“Most artists understand that boycott campaigns in this case are racist and destructive, and will not lead to peace,” Roz Rothstein, CEO of the pro-Israel education organization StandWithUs, told JNS.org.

“Not only is the boycott movement against Israel a failure among performing artists, but 21 [U.S.] states have already passed anti-BDS legislation because it is viewed as discriminatory and harmful,” she added.

In May, the Aerosmith rock band and pop star Justin Bieber both performed at Tel Aviv’s Hayarkon Park, resisting BDS

Co-authors Boruch Oberlander and Elkanah Shmotkin have just published a massive, 543 page tome about the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneerson.Titled Early Years: 1902-1929, it is filled with pictures of handwritten and typed letters, (in Yiddish, Hebrew, German, Russian, maybe Polish, and English); photos of post-stamped envelopes, synagogues, hotels, and homes; photos of friends, relatives, esteemed rabbis; and passport photos, city-street maps, and the names of European cities

The Downtown Cultural Group presents the fourth annual Night at the Museums, bringing visitors and locals of Lower Manhattan unique experiences at 15 of the area’s most diverse and culturally significant institutions. The event is presented as a part of River To River Festival 2017, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s annual summer arts festival. Night at the Museums takes place on Tuesday, June 20, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Admission is free and many of the sites offer special

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” wrote philosopher George Santayana in 1905. Today, Western civilization’s impaired memory is only part of a bigger problem. 

From the United Nations to university campuses, when history conflicts with progressives’ agenda, they simply change the past. Disparate leftist forces, banded together by “intersectionality,” stake their legitimacy on a history they’ve revised to suit their purposes. 

No past is more under siege than the

The most anticipated movie of the summer, Wonder Woman, is released this week and receiving all-round rave reviews. Its lead is the breakout star, Israeli actress, former IDF soldier and Miss Israel winner: Gal Gadot.

Considering the criticisms and condemnations routinely aimed at Israel, and its general bad press around the world, it makes a refreshing change when Israel or an Israeli are on the receiving end of positive attention.

Of course though, wherever an Israeli goes, BDS follows