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"It is a very serious time in France, especially for the Jewish community. And yet, at the center of the storm is a very unserious entity, the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Its editors may be best known for caricatures of Muhammed (venerated as a prophet by many throughout the world), but they made their living by ridiculing just about anything anyone took seriously, including themselves..."
"Today we remember Martin Luther King Jr., last century's premier exemplar of morality in public life. There will be ceremonies, speeches, television specials, editorials - and there will be very serious protests and demonstrations: Millions of Americans are outraged by the shooting deaths of young Blacks, by racial economic inequality, by a return to segregation in our education system, by the disproportionate incarceration of Blacks...
This week, the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo published it's first edition since the killings at their offices last week. On the cover: a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed holding a sign saying "Je Suis Charlie". "I get the impulse to put that cover out," says Rabbi Brad Hirschfield, president of Clal and co-founder and executive editor of TheWisdomDaily.com, "I also know that just because you can do something, doesn't necessarily mean you should."
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Brad Hirschfield discusses issues of the day with Steve Malzberg, host of "The Steve Malzberg Show," and senior partner at Adam M. Thompson P.C and syndicated talk host and TV commentator, Adam M. Thompson. Issues of the day include: Obamas strategy on dealing with Islamic terror including releasing terrorists from Gitmo...DeBlasios continues his negative comments about the police
"The rallying cry Je Suis Charlie ("I am Charlie"), referring to the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, where 11 journalists were murdered in the name of Islam last week, has become popular on placards, posters, t-shirts and more - not only Europe, but here in the U.S., where pro athletes recently sported the slogan on their pregame workout clothes..."
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"Je Suis Charlie — I am Charlie — referring to the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, where 11 employees were murdered in the name of Islam last week, has become the popular rallying cry seen on placards, posters, T-shirts, etc not only across France, but even here in America where professional athletes wore pre-game workout clothes with the slogan..."
"More than 1.5 million people marched in Paris this weekend, in solidarity for free speech rights, after the horrifying mass murder at Charlie Hebdo magazine. They were joined by leaders as diverse and even at odds as Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, not to mention the leaders of Germany, Russia and Ukraine. But neither President Obama, nor Secretary of State John Kerry, attended. Why not?..."
Brad Hirschfield discusses issues of the day with Steve Malzberg, host of "The Steve Malzberg Show," and Joe Concha, Analyst at The Daily Beast. Issues of the day include: Obamas absence at unity march in Paris...Sleeper cells in U.S.
This week the world watched in horror as armed gunman stormed the office of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people and injuring 11 more. As the story continues to unfold, what is the correct response?
"We recently announced a new video series - On Wisdom - at The Wisdom Daily. On Wisdom will feature interviews with noted innovators in business, the arts, medicine, religion, academia and more. In addition to hosting these inspiring individuals to talk about wisdom with co-founders Brad Hirschfield and Irwin Kula, the two sat down to discuss what wisdom means to them, and how they use it in their daily lives.