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Dr. Inna Rogatchi is an author, scholar, film-maker, political analyst and public figure. She is the co-founder and president of The Rogatchi Foundation - www.rogatchi.org, founder and president of Rogatchi Films - www.rogatchifilms.org, and co-founder and owner of The Rogatchi Art Gallery - www.rogatchigallery.org. With her husband, world-renowned artist Michael Rogatchi, Inna is actively involved in international philanthrophy and organising and conducting international support of the state of Israel. Her range of interests is wide and versatile, but is always built on the interweave of history, psychology and culture. Inna is the author of the internationally acclaimed film The Lessons of Survival: Conversations with Simon Wiesenthal, and also specialises in the history and impact of the Holocaust and the post-Holocaust legacy. She was the first woman awarded the Patmos Solidarity Award ( 2014) for her 'life-long mission for the sake of the persecuted Jewish people and the Nation of Israel.' Inna and Michael live in Finland and Italy, and are frequent visitors to Israel and USA.

ARTICLES BY: Inna Rogatchi


October 26, 2021 11:47 am
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Marking the Yahrzeit of Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

The passing of former Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks was a shock that occurs rarely in one’s life. It was like seeing a picture of a...

September 18, 2018 7:41 am
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Decrying the Murder of Ari Fuld

Who said that Palestinian terrorists do not follow our calendar? Every so often, the despicable murders of innocent Israelis are committed on or close to...

June 8, 2018 9:05 am
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The Second Yahrzeit of Elie Wiesel: A Portrait of Love

As we approach Elie Wiesel’s second yahrzeit, a gentle and special cloud of our own reflections and memories comes to us. I always wondered: how did...

February 11, 2018 4:17 pm
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The Situation in Poland: ‘Jewish Death Camps’ and Moral Illiteracy

The interview below was conducted in response to a new Polish law that criminalizes speech recognizing any Polish role in the Holocaust; the possible sentences for violating...

April 21, 2017 11:51 am
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Antisemitic Hate Crimes Thrive in Ukraine

Just before the last day of Passover, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Deitsch died in Israel. The well-known Chabad rabbi was injured in a brutal attack in October 2016 in Zhitomir,...

August 16, 2016 6:00 am
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The Unfinished Business of Russia and Raoul Wallenberg

In 1990, Russian President Boris Yeltsyn did something quite unusual for the Soviet and post-Soviet ruler: he admitted the guilt of the Soviet regime in the massacre...

July 5, 2016 7:26 am
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‘When You Rise Up’:  Brexit From a Torah Perspective

"When You Rise Up"  is the English translation of Beha'alotecha, the name of the Torah’s portion which was read on the Shabbat that followed the...

World

Over 250,000 Men Left Russia to Avoid Mobilization

i24 News – More than 250,000 people left Russia after President Vladimir Putin announced "partial" mobilization of reservists to reinforce troops in Ukraine, according to sources. A governmental source confirmed this...

Israel

Lebanon Expects US Mediator Offer for Maritime Border with Israel within Da...

Lebanon expects a written offer from US mediator Amos Hochstein concerning the demarcation of a maritime border with Israel by...

Middle East

Iran Says US Attempting to Use Unrest to Weaken Country

Iran faced more international criticism on Monday over the death of a woman in police custody which triggered nationwide protests, after Tehran accused the United States of using the unrest...

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