Tuesday, 23 November 2010
Yesterday American Council for World Jewry chairman Jack Rosen said “Amid the Cold War rancor of the 1980s, President Ronald Reagan hardly shied away from criticizing and blocking Moscow's policies on a range of issues, yet he realized that Americans would be more secure with a bilateral, verifiable reduction in strategic nuclear weapons.” Cooperation with Russia is “indispensable to assuring global security and American goals, notably in blocking Iran’s dangerous quest for its own nuclear capability,” he said.
Wednesday, 27 October 2010
Jack Rosen, chairman of the American Council of World Jewry, wrote in a letter to President Kirchner that with the death of her husband, "the entire Jewish people have lost a true friend and champion. The former President stood for justice and principle, as you have also done, drawing world attention to Iran as sponsor of the devastating AMIA bombing. He reached out to Argentine Jewry and on behalf of other Jewish communities in the region, including in Venezuela. Relations with the State of Israel have also continued to flourish."
Tuesday, 05 October 2010
A moderate Muslim country and neighbor to Iran, Baku, Azerbaijan will now be home to a new campus in the Ohr Avner school system in the Former Soviet Union. Some 200 people, including Azerbaijani President Ilhem Aliyev, Israel’s Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar, Russia's Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar, Chairman of the American Council for World Jewry Jack Rosen and President of the CIS Federation of Jewish Communities Lev Leviev participated Monday in the inauguration of the $10 million campus...
Tuesday, 27 July 2010
In a statement released Tuesday, council Chairman Jack Rosen said the British leader never mentioned that "Gaza's million-and-a-half Palestinians live under the control of Hamas, a terrorist organization, or that the activists aboard the Mavo Marmara vessel were committed in word and deed to lynching the Israeli officers who boarded their ship." "Feeding the myth that Israel is entirely to blame for the current situation is a risky and unfair strategy. Israel has never acted in the kind of vacuum implied by the Prime Minister," the statement continued. "We urge him to recommit to a consistent and balanced approach that holds all sides accountable, regardless of which audience is being addressed."
Sunday, 20 June 2010
At a lavish 50th anniversary state dinner held May 19 in the Cameroonian capital of Yaounde, dozens of foreign dignitaries joined Prime Minister Philemon Yang in paying tribute to one of Africa’s long-ruling heads of state, Cameroon President Paul Biya. Among those in attendance was Jack Rosen, head of the American Jewish Congress and president of the American Council for World Jewry. In between schmoozing with Yang and visiting Gabon President Ali Bongo, the visiting New Yorker told JTA why he was in Cameroon—a poor, tropical country of 20 million without any native Jews.
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