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Michel Gurfinkiel is a French journalist and writer. Editor Emeritus of Valeurs Actuelles, France's leading conservative magazine, he contributes to many American media outlets, from Commentary Magazine to PJMedia. The president of the Jean-Jacques Rousseau Institute, a political think-tank in Paris, since 2003, and a Shillman/Ginsburg Fellow at the Middle East Forum since 2012, he sits on the Board of Governors of Consistoire, the Union of French synagogues, since 1990.

ARTICLES BY: Michel Gurfinkiel


April 18, 2018 8:53 am
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The Dangerous Strategic Goals of a Restored Russia

The Soviet Union was not vanquished by the West in the Cold War. It simply disintegrated in the late 1980s as a result of cumulative failures. A military...

September 4, 2017 2:12 pm
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Why Did France Turn a Blind Eye to the Murder of Sarah Halimi?

Five months ago, on April 4, a 65-year-old Orthodox Jewish woman named Lucette Attal-Halimi and known by her Hebrew name -- Sarah Halimi -- was attacked in the middle of...

February 9, 2014 10:36 pm
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The Jewish Exodus From France”Ž

On January 26, possibly for the first time ever since the end of World War Two, explicit anti-semitic slogans were shouted during a large scale...

Culture

Apple Music Reveals Israel’s Top Hits of 2021

i24 News – Apple Music on Wednesday released its annual Top 100 chart, revealing the most played songs of 2021...

British Rapper Wiley Again Suspended From Twitter, Instagram After Antisemitic Tirade

Twitter and Instagram have once again suspended the accounts of British rapper Wiley...

Israel

Officers Wounded in Suspected Ramming Attack in Central Israel

i24 News – Two Border Police officers were wounded Friday after a car ran into the police force in the Israeli-Arab city Umm al-Fahm. According to Israel’s police, officers fired at...

Middle East

Hundreds of Hanukkah Kits Sent to Jews Living in Arab Countries

JNS.org - Hundreds of kits containing Hanukkah items, such as menorahs and dreidels, were recently sent to Jews living in Arab countries who must “observe their Judaism secretively.” The kits were...

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