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avatar Peter G. Pollak
The son of refugees from Nazi Austria, Peter G. Pollak has been a journalist, educator and entrepreneur. These days he writes novels while monitoring events that impact Israel and the Jewish people.

ARTICLES BY: Peter G. Pollak


June 6, 2016 3:33 am
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Israel, Black Lives Matter and the Ideology of Victimhood

The support by members of minority protest groups for the Boycott-Divestment-Sanction (BDS) campaign against Israel is one of the most puzzling political developments of recent...

May 16, 2016 6:50 am
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An Open Letter to Ayelet Waldman, Dave Eggers, Michael Chabon & Geraldine Brooks About the Palestinians

Your recent and much-publicized participation in Breaking the Silence’s tour of the Palestinian West Bank, as part of your project to publish essays by well-known...

Features

After 130 Years, Poughkeepsie’s Jews Get an Eruv

JNS.org - In the rich, nearly 130-year history of the organized Jewish community in Poughkeepsie, NY, pushing a stroller or...

Holocaust Survivors’ Grandchildren Keep Stories Alive With Help of Vast Archives

JNS.org - As the world marks Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Memorial Day) this week, staffers...

On Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day, Educating the Next Generation

JNS.org - As Sunday evening approached in Israel, stores and businesses shuttered early while the...

World

British Parliamentary Candidate Suspended Over Wildly Antisemitic Social Me...

Britain's Liberal Democrat Party has suspended one of its candidates in the forthcoming June 8 General Election over a series...

Israel

Israeli Female Entrepreneurs Talk About What Makes ‘Silicon Wadi̵...

In a video published by Mercedes-Benz on YouTube last week, three Israeli female entrepreneurs talked about the Jewish state's start-up...

Middle East

Palestinian Terrorist Who Murdered British Student to Receive Monthly PA St...

JNS.org - The Palestinian terrorist who murdered a British student in Jerusalem earlier this month will receive a stipend of approximately...

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