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Crif - Students Supporting Israel member calls-out Malaysian Prime Minister at a Columbia event

03 October 2019
Last week, Columbia University (New York) hosted its Global Leaders Forum. Among the speakers was Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Bin Mohamad, sadly well known for his antisemitic statements. During his speech, Romy Ronen, a member of the Columbia student organization Students Supporting Israel (SSI) called him out and asked him to clarify his position. We have asked SSI to tell us more about their brave move.

Crif/Press release - Jo Goldenberg terrorist attack in Paris: Crif press release following the revelations of the former director of the DST

02 October 2019
On August 9, we commemorated the tragic anniversary of Jo Goldenberg restaurant attack, 37 years ago, located rue des Rosiers, in the historic Jewish quarter of Paris. Crif was present at the ceremony in honor of the victims of the attack. A few days later, it came to Crif some revelations of the former Director of the DST (the Directorate for Territorial Surveillance).

Israeli Success Story - Tech it Forward : to take start-ups to the next level

18 September 2019
In this new section, discover the beautiful Israelis success stories. Today, focus on Tech it Forward, an Israeli agency whose mission is to connect Israeli startups with foreign companies and investors. An attractive project and a growing success!

Crif - United Nations: Two incomprehensible UN resolutions against Israel

02 August 2019
Last week, dozens of countries, including Norway and six EU countries, voted at the United Nations in favour of two resolutions that accuse Israel of violating women’s rights and human rights. Crif President Francis Kalifat expressed his lack of understanding of this vote. He regretted that France had voted in favour of the resolutions, alongside those who "daily flout human rights".

Rememberance of the Holocaust - Esther Senot, holocaust survivor, has something to tell you (VIDEO - English subtitles)

01 August 2019
On July 16, 1942, Esther Senot escapes the Vel d'Hiv roundup. A few months later, she was deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau. She is barely 15 years old. Esther Senot testified as a holocaust survivor at the national ceremony commemorating the Vel d'Hiv roundup, on July 21st. And she has something to tell you.

Stop Boycott - Why Don't You Support Israel?

31 July 2019
To this question, former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has an interesting answer. We let you enjoy (and share) !