The Foundation for Constitutional Democracy

09-Sep-2007

Foundation Appoints New Vice-President

Filed under: The Foundation — eidelberg @ 9:15 pm

Announcement

The Foundation for Constitutional Democracy, an American-Israeli enterprise recognized by the IRS under Section 501(c)(3), proudly announces the appointment of Matthew S. (Moshe) Finberg as its Executive Vice-President. Moshe, who founded The Finberg Law Firm, P.C., www.finberglaw.com, in Boulder, Colorado in 1996, made aliya with his charming wife Shelly in July 2007. Residing in Israel will not prevent him from commuting periodically to Boulder as the active head of his law firm. But now, as Executive Vice-President of the Foundation for Constitutional Democracy, he will also devote time in the United States to promoting the vital goals of the Foundation. Thus, in addition to providing legal advice, policy ideas, and links to VIPs, Moshe will also facilitate the Foundation’s fund-raising and educative activities in America. We are delighted to have this congenial professional on the Foundation’s Board of Directors.

Prof. Paul Eidelberg, President
Jerusalem

Why Muslim Arabs Want to Destroy Israel

Filed under: Islam & ArabJudaism — eidelberg @ 8:50 am

The issue of why Muslim Arabs want to destroy Israel receives only superficial commentary by students of the Arab-Israel conflict.

Most say Muslims want to destroy Israel because it’s a Jewish state. Notice, however, that the state’s ruling elites are only nominally Jewish. What more can be said of multiculturalists like Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, Defense Minister Ehud Barak, Education Minister Yuli Tamir, and of course Israel’s President Shimon Peres, who once applied for Israel’s membership in the Arab League? (more…)