Dr. Charles Jacobs Hosts Freedom Center Webinar Tonight: The Failure of Jewish Leadership Today
Ask your own questions of the president of 'Americans for Peace and Tolerance'.
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The Failure of Jewish Leadership Today.
Description: Anti-Semitism is rising across the globe. Even in the United States, every Jewish building requires security, Jews have been murdered, are Jews are constantly being physically attacked and verbally abused on campuses and in their own neighborhoods.
The Jewish community is under assault from at least three directions: The Left, The Radical Right and the Islamists, yet the leadership of major Jewish organizations has failed to understand the nature and extent of the threat and it is not protecting the community. Jews are getting worried, but very few are willing to point out this failure.
Dr. Charles Jacobs, the president of Americans for Peace and Tolerance, has been named by the Forward as one of America’s top 50 Jewish leaders. Jacobs has founded and led several highly successful organizations characterized by groundbreaking ideas and initiatives. In 1989, he co-founded the Boston branch of the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America. In 1993, together with Muslim and Christian Africans, he founded the American Anti-Slavery Group, dedicated to bringing international attention to the enslavement of black Africans in Sudan.
For his efforts, Jacobs was presented with the Boston Freedom Award by Coretta Scott King and the Mayor of Boston. In 2002, Jacobs co-founded The David Project, which has since grown into a premier international educational institute that works to bolster the Jewish community’s response to the ideological assault on Israel with educational programs, advocacy training, and easy to implement campaigns on campuses, in high schools and churches.
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