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Jacob Kimchy is a speaker, activist and consultant for non-profit organizations around the world. He is currently the Founder and Executive Director of One Heart One Hope, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping and connecting victims of terrorism and their families across the world and is the founder of www.TLVfaces.com. Jacob is an inspirational speaker and has been asked to talk before numerous government agencies, international congresses and Parliaments, and with politicians and local communities, discussing his personal story and experiences with terrorism.

ARTICLES BY: Jacob Kimchy


September 12, 2014 2:25 am
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Remembering 9/11, and Confronting ISIS

Thirteen years ago, the world stopped breathing as everyone watched in horror as the Twin Towers were attacked and fell, murdering 2,700 innocent people and...

August 15, 2013 8:48 am
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Israel Shows Mercy to Released Prisoners, Ignores Families of Victims

Twenty-six terrorists were released from an Israeli jail a couple nights ago. These 26 murderers left the families of their victims with holes in their...

April 14, 2013 2:19 am
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The Double Standard for Terrorism in Israel

Moments before Yom Hazikaron, the district court of Jerusalem proved that terror victims in Israel are second class citizens. On May 7th, 2002, a suicide...

December 28, 2012 2:18 pm
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An Open Letter to Israeli Arab Knesset Member Ibrahim Sarsur

MK Sarsur, To remind you, on March 27, 2002, 250 Israelis celebrated Passover at the Park Hotel in Netanya, Israel. None of them imagined that they...

December 25, 2012 3:39 pm
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Opinion: A Clown in the Israel Government

Once upon a time there was leadership in Israel. David Ben Gurion was a major Zionist leader and the first prime minister of the state...

November 14, 2012 6:58 pm
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Prime Minister Netanyahu, It’s Time to Finish What You Began

Over the last few months, hundreds of rockets have been fired at Israeli cities. The world was silent. The UN didn't say a word. Abu Mazen didn't...

October 18, 2012 5:58 pm
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Meeting Gilad Shalit: My Father’s Killer was Released to Bring Him Home

The Shalit agreement signed last year paved the way for the release of over 1,000 terrorists. Among them was one of the culprits responsible for the attack...

September 11, 2012 12:51 am
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On 9/11 – We are all One Heart

Yesterday morning I woke up from a terrible nightmare about my father's murder. The nightmares are hard to deal with, but the reality is much...

Culture

Edelman Cleats in Memory of Pittsburgh Shooting Victims Sell for $10,000

JNS.org - Specialized cleats worn by New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman...

Patriots Owner Robert Kraft to be Awarded ‘Jewish Nobel’

JNS.org - New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft will be awarded what Time magazine has dubbed the “Jewish Nobel:” the Genesis Prize, one...

Features

Places to Visit in Israel If You Really Want to Learn Its History

Are you or a family member traveling to Israel in 2019? Are you looking for something more than the average...

In New Initiative, Yad Vashem Tackles 21st Century Antisemitism

JNS.org - It is American teachers like Lori Fulton who, with their commitment to Holocaust education, are poised to be...

With Synagogue Membership Dwindling, Musician Looks to Show Meaning with Music

Joey Weisenberg may not look like a rock star. But staring at the...

World

Assassinated Polish Mayor Will Posthumously Receive Award Named For WWII Re...

Pawel Adamowicz, the mayor of the Polish city of Gdansk who was assassinated on Sunday night, will posthumously receive a...

Israel

Changing of the Guard at the IDF: New Chief of Staff Kochavi Officially Ass...

New IDF chief of staff, Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi, officially entered the role on Tuesday at an installation ceremony at the...

Middle East

Iran Satellite Launch, Which US Warned Against, Fails

Iran's bid to put a satellite into orbit, in defiance of US warnings, failed on Tuesday after the rocket carrying it did not reach escape velocity, as the country's telecoms...

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