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CAEF Videos

We invite you to experience the powerful messages our speakers have shared.

Caroline Glick

CAEF and TZC presents "Forging a Path to Our Jewish Future" with Caroline Glick

On February 22, noted American-Israeli columnist, journalist, author and political commentator, Caroline Glick spoke in Toronto at Shaarei Tefillah Synagogue. Over 300 people attended in person. The event was co-sponsored by the Toronto Zionist Council (TZC) and the Canadian Antisemitism Education Foundation (CAEF). The evening was opened by TZC's Paul Rotenberg and CAEF's Shirley Anne Haber offered thanks to Ms. Glick.

David Bernstein

CAEF presents "Does Radical Social Justice Ideology Fuel Antisemitism?" with David Bernstein


David Bernstein is a passionate advocate for the free expression of ideas and for Israel. He co-founded JILV which opposes illiberal ideologies and supports liberal values in and out of the Jewish community, a consortium of like-minded organizations supporting liberal principles. He is author of Woke Antisemitism: How a Progressive Ideology Harms Jews.


David is past President and CEO of Jewish Council for Public Affairs and former executive director of the David Project. He spent 13 years at the American Jewish Committee in senior roles. David is a prolific speaker, podcaster and writer, having written hundreds of opinion pieces in the Jewish and general press.

Douglas Altabef

CAEF presents "Protesting the Protesters: Is Democracy Really Under Threat in Israel?"


Featuring guest speaker Douglas Altabef, Chair of Im Tirtzu, Israel’s largest grassroots Zionist organization.


Douglas Altabef was the principal of a money management firm in Manhattan, where he worked even after making Aliyah with his family in 2009. He retired from business in 2014 to devote himself to working on behalf of the Jewish People. He has been chair of Im Tirtzu since 2014.


Douglas is a director for a number of NGO’s, and writes extensively in English for such media as the Jerusalem Post, Jewish News Syndicate (JNS), and Arutz Sheva (Israel National News). He is a graduate of Columbia College and Harvard Law School, and is an avid pickleball payer.

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