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Ex-Louisvillian elected president of AZM at bienniel

As Richard D. Heideman takes the reins of one of largest Zionist organizations in North America, one crisis keeps him concerned. “The attitudes of too many people against Israel – against the Jewish people and against Zionists – is worse than I have experienced in

‘IMPACT OF BDS IS WORSE THAN MOST PEOPLE REALIZE’

Richard D. Heideman, one of the foremost legal experts on fighting the BDS movement, seeks to repair the tarnished name of Zionism. By Tamara Zieve – The impact of the Boycott, Divestments and Sanctions movement against Israel on US campuses is worse than most people

March of the Living rejects ‘legalized hate’

Nuremberg Laws have contemporary legal implications for state-sponsored terror today in Iran, Darfur, Rwanda, Yugoslavia and Syria. On Tuesday, February 28th, the Holocaust educational program International March of the Living co-sponsored a Holocaust Educational Symposium on the Nuremberg Laws and the Nuremberg Trials, held at

Heideman Speech at GW Alumni Achievement Award Ceremony

On Thursday September 24th in Washington, DC, Richard D. Heideman was honored for his outstanding professional and philanthropic achievements and their impact on society by the George Washington University as a recipient of the 2015 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award. Full Speech by Richard D. Heideman  Some people are