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The Most Influential Jews On Twitter

By Israel News Agency Staff Jerusalem, Israel — January 4, 2019 … The Israel News Agency, one of the first English news sites on the Internet (1995), is proud to list those Jews who have the greatest, most far reaching and positive impact on Israel’s online image. Of all the media channels, Twitter is by… Read More »

Is The Holocaust Over?

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — April 24, 2017 … Is the Holocaust really over? We know that Adolph Hitler committed suicide with a bullet to the head. We know that US and Russian troops liberated concentration camps including Bergen-Belsen, Buchenwald, Dachau, Sobibor, Treblinka and Auschwitz-Birkenau. That Jews were hung, shot and gassed to death. That… Read More »

Montana Group Seeks Inclusion, Safety For Residents From Nazi Hate

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Whitefish, Montana — January 10, 2017 … Montana shoppers will soon begin seeing posters in the windows of stores that want to be recognized as safe places thanks to cadre of volunteers and the Missoula Downtown Association. A human rights group of Missoula residents who were spurred by Nazi, anti-Semitic… Read More »

ADL, Israel: Social Media Companies Must Eliminate Growing Online Hate, Terrorism

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency New York — September 7, 2016 … Christopher Wolf, Chair of the Anti-Defamation League’s Task Force on Cyberhate, addressed the U.N. Forum on Global Anti-Semitism. Wolf joined Israeli Ambassador Danny Danon and several other human rights leaders at the UN demanding that the UN and social media companies take immediate… Read More »

IS ISIS, Hamas, US Muslim Network Trying To Sabotage American Police?

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency  New York — October 11, 2014 … Police in St. Louis and Hammond, Indiana have recently come under attack – for doing their jobs. In St. Louis, police shot dead Vonderrit D. Myers after he opened fire at police during a chase.  Ballistic evidence shows Myers fired three shots… Read More »