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Dear Friends and Members,

In order to continue this critical nonprofit work, I am launching a fundraiser for the month of JUNE 2017, and the minimum goal is $700 as usual though the average raised monthly has been 900 USD. I continue to be very thankful for any contribution you can make, according to your ability.

You are welcome to contribute whichever month you can easily contribute. You can view further information and donate by visiting:

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Thank you for your kind support

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PROMINENT JEWISH WOMEN

ALEXANDER, MURIEL (1884–1975),

South African actress and producer. Born in Exeter, England, Muriel Alexander was a member in 1904 of the first class held at Tree's Academy, London, which later became the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She won a scholarship and acted in Sir Henry Tree's company at His Majesty's. Settling in South Africa after World War I, she founded the Johannesburg Repertory Players, which had a predominantly Jewish membership and dir...ected them for many years. In 1960 they renamed their theater The Alexander.

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Illustrious Russian author, Leo Tolstoy, pondered the survival of the Jews, but also sensed that their existence had to do with a unique purpose: “What is the Jew?…What kind of unique creature is this whom all the rulers of all the nations of the world have disgraced and crushed and expelled and destroyed; persecuted, burned and drowned, and who, despite their anger and their fury, continues to live and to flourish? …The Jew is the symbol of eternity. … He is the one who for so long had guarded the prophetic message and transmitted it to all mankind. A people such as this can never disappear. The Jew is eternal. He is the embodiment of eternity. Source: Leo Tolstoy, “What is the Jew?” quoted in The Final Resolution, p 189, printed in Jewish World periodical, 1908.

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Gabe Pressman, a giant of New York City journalism, died Friday at 93. The Bronx-born Navy combat veteran of World War II started out in 1947 with the Newark Evening News, won a Pulitzer scholarshi…
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Gabe Pressman, a New York TV news icon whose career spanned the evolution of the medium, died Friday in the city he covered for more than 60 years. He was 93. Pressman spent nearly half a century a…
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NBC 4 New York senior correspondent Gabe Pressman, a New York icon and pioneering reporter whose local broadcast career spanned more than six decades, died Friday at the age of 93.
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A Barren land of 1908, a well modernized city today.

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A Barren land of 1908, a well modernized city today.

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Premysl Pitter was a Czech Christian who cared for hundreds of orphaned Jewish children during and after the Holocaust.

Born in Prague in 1895, Premysl fought i...n World War I, a horrifying experience which led him to become a devout Christian and pacifist. Not understanding why he survived when so many of his comrades fell on the battlefield, Premysl dedicated the rest of his life to serving others.

There were many war widows in Prague who were having trouble feeding their children after the Great War, and Premysl began working with children. He opened Milicuv, a home for disadvantaged children in 1933, and lovingly cared for them while teaching moral values. One Milicuv resident recalled years later, “Premysl Pitter was a wonderfully cheerful and good-natured person, with a very direct way with children. We all called him ‘uncle’ and we could turn to him with our fears or problems.”

Premysl’s reputation as an exceptional educator grew. His insightful articles on education and theology were widely read throughout Europe. He was an outspoken pacifist, and was arrested by the Czech government for promoting dangerous ideas. Albert Einstein successfully appealed to the Czech president for Premysl’s release.

In 1939, the Nazis invaded Prague. For the next six years, Jewish children were prohibited from attending normal schools and taking part in cultural activities. Premysl brought many Jewish children into Milicuv and kept them safe. When there was no more room at Milicuv, Premysl brought Jewish children into his own home.

One of these kids later told an astonishing story:

“One day they took him to the Gestapo headquarters and accused him of taking in Jewish children. Pitter was never able to tell a lie. He looked at the man and said - ‘From a human point of view I’m sure you can understand why I’m helping these children.’ After a long and deathly silence, the interrogator turned to him and said, ‘You may go.’ It was a kind of miracle. If you don’t want to say it was an act of God, well, let’s say that it was some kind of higher power.”

Prague was liberated in May 1945, and the newly established Czechoslovak government put Premysl in charge of helping traumatized Jewish orphans who had survived the war. Premysl set up many children’s homes, built on the Milicuv model, in the countryside around Prague.

It wasn’t only Jewish children who were suffering in Prague after the war. Thousands of Germans had been expelled from Czechoslovakia, and many of their children remained in Prague, destitute and homeless.

Premysl shocked many when he invited these abandoned German children into his orphanages, to be looked after along with the Jewish children. A few of the German children arrived wearing tattered Hitler Youth uniforms. Adults opposed bringing German children into the homes, but the Jewish children were accepting, and did not hold the Germans accountable for the sins of their parents.

Between 1945 and 1947, 810 children were cared for by Premysl and his staff.

As Stalinism took hold in Czechosolovakia, Premysl faced imprisonment as a Christian and a pacifist. He fled to West Germany in 1951, and then to Switzerland.

In 1964, Premysl was recognized by the Israeli Holocaust Memorial Yad Vashem as Righteous Among the Nations. He died in Zurich in 1976. Today, there are schools named after Premysl Pitter all over the Czech Republic.

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Dear Friends and Members,

In order to continue this critical nonprofit work, I am launching a fundraiser for the month of JUNE 2017, and the minimum goal is $700 as usual though the average raised monthly has been 900 USD. I continue to be very thankful for any contribution you can make, according to your ability.

You are welcome to contribute whichever month you can easily contribute. You can view further information and donate by visiting:

...

http://israelislegitimate.org/supportmycause/

OR You can donate directly at:

Paypal: israelthelegitimatestate@hotmail.com

IF YOU LIKE MY WORK/CAUSE, PLEASE SUPPORT IT.

Thank you for your kind support

Naveed Anjum

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The forgotten refugees who nobody even remembers

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Israel should stop worrying about the Palestinians and focus on the Arab world. Sunni Arab leaders and Israel share real interests here: a common enemy in Iran and shared worries about ISIS and al Qaeda and the spread of Islamic extremism. Israel can leverage these shared interests to build a new relationship with these leaders, completely disconnected from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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Dear Friends and Members,

In order to continue this critical nonprofit work, I am launching a fundraiser for the month of JUNE 2017, and the minimum goal is $700 as usual though the average raised monthly has been 900 USD. I continue to be very thankful for any contribution you can make, according to your ability.

You are welcome to contribute whichever month you can easily contribute. You can view further information and donate by visiting:

...

http://israelislegitimate.org/supportmycause/

OR You can donate directly at:

Paypal: israelthelegitimatestate@hotmail.com

IF YOU LIKE MY WORK/CAUSE, PLEASE SUPPORT IT.

Thank you for your kind support

Naveed Anjum

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Dear Friends and Members,

In order to continue this critical nonprofit work, I am launching a fundraiser for the month of JUNE 2017, and the minimum goal is $700 as usual though the average raised monthly has been 900 USD. I continue to be very thankful for any contribution you can make, according to your ability.

You are welcome to contribute whichever month you can easily contribute. You can view further information and donate by visiting:

...

http://israelislegitimate.org/supportmycause/

OR You can donate directly at:

Paypal: israelthelegitimatestate@hotmail.com

IF YOU LIKE MY WORK/CAUSE, PLEASE SUPPORT IT.

Thank you for your kind support

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