Lady Gaga receives ADL’s Making a Difference award

We’re all well aware by now of Lady Gaga‘s advocacy for pluralism, egalitarianism, and equal rights, launching the Born this Way Foundation to support the wellness of young people and to empower them.

The American pop sensation has also voiced her opposition to the negative light in which Israel is often painted in the media, saying no to calls of boycotts by performing in Israel last year and calling it a “beautiful” country.,7340,L-4660865,00.html

Exotic Kosher Cuisine Event in New York City Results in Illness Outbreak

Approximately 20 people have reported symptoms of foodborne illness after attending an event at a Manhattan synagogue dedicated to exotic kosher cuisine, according to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.

The incident, which occurred on May 5, is under investigation by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Hellstorm – Exposing the Real Genocide of National-Socialist Germany

"Neues Europa"

The Biggest Cover-Up In History

This documentary tells the tale that the victors still do not want you to know. Learn the terrible truth about the rape, torture, slavery, and mass murder inflicted upon the German people by the Allied victors of World Word II. This is the biggest cover-up in world history.

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Winston Churchill: German cities . . . will be subjected to an ordeal the like of which has never been experienced by a country in continuity, severity and magnitude . . . To achieve this end there are no lengths of violence to which we will not go. [Garrett, Stephen A. Ethics and Airpower in World War II—The British Bombing of German Cities. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1993. Page 31]

19-year-old Kate Hoffmeister: I struggled to run against the wind in the middle of the street . . . We . . …

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Taglit-Birthright to bring a record number of French Jews to Israel

Number of participants from France rose from 82 in 2013 to 940 in 2014; 1500 are expected to visit in 2015

A record number of 1,500 French Jews will visit Israel this summer with Taglit-Birthright. The program, which brings Jews between the ages of 18 to 26 years old to the country for free for 10 days, has seen an large increase in participants over the past three years.