BROADCAST: Second Front – The battle for Israel and the Jewish people


In the wake of the tragic massacre by Hamas terrorists in the south of Israel, sparking a conflict that has reverberated globally, the alarming surge in antisemitic incidents demands urgent attention. 

There was a staggering 500% increase in antisemitic incidents during the first three weeks of the war (October 7-25) that continues to climb.

To confront this pressing issue head-on, The Jerusalem Post Group is spearheading a broadcast focused on combatting antisemitism and ensuring the security of Jewish communities worldwide. However, recognizing the profound impact of the conflict on individuals and communities, this broadcast extends its scope to encompass the broader landscape of war initiatives and the crucial task of post-war healing and rebuilding.

The Second Front: The battle for Israel and the Jewish people 

The primary goal of this conference is to serve as a dedicated platform for addressing both antisemitism and the multifaceted challenges faced by those affected by the conflict. The spotlight will not only shine on initiatives combating antisemitism but also on efforts dedicated to the mental, emotional, and financial well-being of communities, including children and families, who will continue to grapple with the enduring repercussions long after the war concludes.

This broadcast will be a comprehensive exploration of initiatives, insights, and actions that organizations have undertaken to contribute to the healing and reconstruction process.

Event details:

Monday, Dec. 4 at 12 p.m. EST, 7 p.m. IL | and our Facebook page


Speakers include:

  • President of Israel Isaac Herzog
  • Diaspora Affair Minister Amihay Chikli
  • Israel’s Special Envoy For Combating Antisemitism Michal Cotler Wunsch
  • United States Representative Ritchie Torres
  • Former Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon
  • Eylon Levy and Tal Heinrich, Spokespeople for the Prime Minister’s Office 
  • Yad Vashem Chairman Dani Dayan
  • Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs President Dan Diker
  • International Fellowship of Christians and Jews President Yael Eckstein
  • And many more!


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