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Mr. Shaul Schiff of the Israeli “Hatzofeh” neswpaper visits the Rebbe: The impression I get from your recent writing is that your work is not decreasing, G-d forbid, but is also not increasing. You must double your achievements! This dollar is not a bribe...
Ari Goldman, then a reporter for The New York Times, recalls several encounters that he shared with the Rebbe, as well as an unexpected telephone call shortly after one particular visit. (Late 1980s)
A Jewish Filmmaker Tells His Story
Anti-Semitic comments of Helen Thomas, the so-called “dean” of the White House press corp, were exposed in a brief video encounter with Jewish filmmaker David Nesenoff. The video went viral and thrust Thomas’ bias into the spotlight, forcing her career to...
Twenty years ago next week, on the night of Aug. 19, 1991 – the night that Gavin Cato and Yankel Rosenbaum were killed – my editor called me at home to tell me that riots had broken out on the streets of Crown Heights.
Moshe Ishon served as a representative for Israel’s Jewish Agency in New York from 1977 to 1980. In 1981, he became the chief editor of the Israeli newspaper HaTzofe, a position which he held until 1997.
We aren’t here to report on the mud. We’re here to find the jewels it hides.
26 Adar II, 5749 • April 2, 1989
A blessing for special success in the reporter’s special mission, of spreading goodness.
Rabbi Simon Jacobson recalls the visit of the controversial Israeli writer, Natan Yellin-Mor, to his home one Rosh Hashanah, and the fateful exchange the writer shared with the Rebbe at the conclusion of the festival.(1977)
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The Rebbe blesses and advises various people in the field of Jewish media.
The Rebbe vocally and repeatedly called for every individual to utilize his or her unique talents and abilities to help promote a spirit of G-dliness in the world.
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