Category Archives: Interviews

Rebranding Zionism: Israel and Judaism are inseparable

In 1985, Richard Heideman and his wife, Phyllis, left their three young children to travel halfway around the world as delegates for B’nai B’rith International at the United Nations World Conference on Women in Nairobi. During this chaotic event, the Heidemans, along with other delegates

Reparations from the Mad Dog of the Middle East

This is the one hundred and seventy-second episode of Public Interest Podcast with Richard Heideman, Senior Counsel at Heideman, Nudelman, Kalik, PC, President of the American Zionist Movement, Chairman of the Israel Forever Foundation, former President of B’nai Brith International, former Chair of the Institute for Law

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

ICJ treatment of Israel biased, as seen in Syria

American attorney Richard Heideman says international law abused to harm Jewish state; slams world for not prosecuting Assad In 2003, the UN General Assembly asked the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for its opinion regarding Israel’s recently constructed security barrier. That request was, according to

American Congressmen Back Israel on Syria

Richard D. Heideman, International human rights lawyer: “The Bashar Assad regime in the Syrian Arab republic, Syria has been a state sponsor of terror since 1979, they remain a state sponsor of terror. The fact that they’ve now turned on their own people means the

American Attorney Calls for Assad’s Prosecution

Richard Heideman says Syrian regime must be held accountable for ‘war crimes and crimes against humanity’ A prominent American attorney and legal expert has called for the international community to prosecute Syrian President Bashar Assad and his regime for atrocities committed against the Syrian people. The