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In his newest book, The Bloody Price of Freedom, Richard D. Heideman traces Israel’s battle for justice, freedom and commitment to democratic values. In his endeavors as counsel to American victims of terror, President of the American Zionist Movement, and Chairman of the Israel Forever Foundation, Heideman has long been outspoken against the antisemitism pervasive within the United Nations. Notably, Heideman led the United States delegation in a walk-out twenty years ago of the UN Durban Conference on Racism, protesting its diplomatic warfare against America’s important ally Israel. Foreign Terror Organizations which attack Israel, commit heinous murder, and maim the innocent continue to shape the Durban Programme, including boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) targeting the world’s only Jewish state.
Join Elan Carr, Heritage Fellow and former State Department Envoy to Combat Antisemitism, as he interviews Heideman, regarding the Arab League’s hijacking of international diplomacy, the antisemitic BDS movement, of the breakthroughs of the Abraham Accords brokered by the Trump Administration, and America’s key role in promoting economic development between Israel and her neighbors.
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