August 11, 2019 — Conference of Jewish Affairs spokesman Rabbi Aryeh Spero today praised Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for expanding the definition of anti-Semitism to include declarations by malicious propagandists, … Continue Reading Praise for Secretary Pompeo’s Remarkable Ongoing Fight Against Anti-Semitism
Rabbi Spero participated in the 2019 National Day of Prayer ceremony at the White House. Here he is pictured discussing important matters regarding anti-Semitism with Vice President Mike Pence in the Rose Garden. Rabbi Spero also had a personal conversation with the rabbi of the Poway Synagogue, expressing heartfelt condolences to him and his congregation.
Suspect in Poway synagogue shooting indicted on 113 federal charges
Excerpted from the New York Post: By Lee Brown April 28, 2019 | The woman killed in Saturday’s synagogue shooting was hailed as a hero after it emerged she was hit while … Continue Reading Heroine took bullet to save her rabbi’s life during synagogue shooting
Jewish brothers attacked and beaten in suburban Paris. Assailants saw off one brother’s finger. JTA – Two Jewish brothers said they were abducted briefly and beaten by several men in … Continue Reading JTA: Brutal Attack on Two Jewish Brothers in Paris
http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/20/middleeast/iraq-christianity-peril/ According to CNN, “at one time, nearly 5 million Assyrian Christians lived in Iraq as a healthy minority, but their numbers have dwindled through the decades. “Before ISIS, roughly … Continue Reading Targeting of Iraqi Christians Continues Unabated: Iraq’s Christian Population in Peril
By JOHN MARKOFF, New York Times. JERUSALEM — Liat Negrin, an Israeli who has been visually impaired since childhood, walked into a grocery store here recently, picked up a can of … Continue Reading Device From Israeli Start-Up Gives the Visually Impaired a Way to Read
By Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post, September 13, 2012 There are two positions one can take regarding the Iranian nuclear program: (a) it doesn’t matter, we can deter them; or (b) … Continue Reading OPINION — Charles Krauthammer: The Abandonment