Friday, April 07, 2006

The Birthday of a Revolutionary

I was notified that this coming Sunday, April 9th, Molly Resnick will be speaking on her personal recollections of the last Chabad Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, whose birthday is on Sunday.

The event will take place at 7:15pm at Congregation Chevra Thilim, 751 Twenty Fifth Ave., San Francisco.

I was intrigued by Molly Resnick's bio, reprinted here:
Molly Resnick is a veteran journalist who is the founder and director of the grassroots organization MATCKH, Mothers Against Teaching Children To Kill and Hate and writes a weekly Childwatch column for the Jewish Press. She is also a former NBC TV producer.

Resnick, who is a political science graduate of Hebrew University of Jerusalem, provided the simultaneous live translation for Begin's speech for NBC News when Anwar Sadat made his historic visit to the Knesset.

A former left-wing Israeli liberal who promoted Palestinian products internationally, Resnick realized that any hope for peace was doomed when she discovered that the Arab Palestinian curriculum was indoctrinating children to become suicide bombers.

Before 9/11, Resnick produced the video Creating Peace: One Quilt At A Time, predicting how the anti-American, anti-Western education that teaches violence and hatred put the safety of the entire world in jeopardy.


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