On Monday evening, July 20th, I gave a lecture at the Jewish Center Rigo Park in Queens, New York on what brings people to separate the Jews, and what the solution is for the sharp rise in anti-Semitism.
My article on the subject was published in the Jewish Business News journal.
In contrast to the reservations and mixed feelings I encountered in lectures about the role of the Israeli nation that I gave in the US in the past, I was surprised by the change I felt in the audience and their readiness to listen and accept the approach I presented.
I don’t take credit for this achievement since we first must thank anti-Semitism for making the Jewish nation ready to listen and hear about the unique and critical mission that they must fulfill in uniting all of humanity.
There is a lot to be done, of course, but the first step toward any change begins with a change in awareness, and I believe that the change in our awareness already is taking place. If this lecture signifies anything about the future of American Jews, I think it is definitely a step in the right direction.