ARCHIVE - VIDEOS
A selection of videos from the past, including some of the presentations Salomon Benzimra has made promoting Israel's Legal Rights, as well as an excellent summary of the San Remo Conference, as well as a TV interview.
Salomon Benzimra - The Origin of the Legal Rights of the Jewish People
This presentation was given on behalf of the Canadian Institute for Jewish Research on November 2, 2015.
Conference - "Palestine: The Jewish Homeland"
On February 22, 2015, CILR participated in a conference organized by Ezra Ridgley: "Palestine: the Jewish Homeland", and Salomon Benzimra presented "From Divine Grant to International Rights".
Israel Truth Week 2014 - Salomon Benzimra on Affirming Israel’s Legal Rights
More than ever, the legal rights of Israel must be stressed and the usual challenges to these rights must be rebutted.
After a brief summary of the origin of Israel's rights under international law, Salomon Benzimra addresses three claims regularly advanced by Israel's opponents and we show how baseless they are.
This presentation was recorded on March 23, 2014 in Toronto by Miroslav Marinov (www.blogwrath.com) and introduced by Mark Vandermaas, founder of Israel Truth Week (www.israeltruthweek.org).
Give Peace A Chance
Why is the San Remo Conference so important?
In August, 2011, the European Coalition for Israel produced a short 15 minute video which summarizes the importance of the San Remo Conference with regard to the present situation in the Middle East.
MenschLifeTV Interview with Salomon Benzimra
July 6, 2010: CILR’s Salomon Benzimra appeared on MenschLifeTV, – a Jewish TV/talk-show – in an interview by host David Grossman and co-host Doris Epstein, together with Bible teacher Channa Sargon.
The topic: Jewish connection to the land of Israel from a legal, religious and spiritual point of view.
Shloshim / Farewell to Salomon Benzimra - Goldi Steiner
On April 3, 2016, a special Tribute to the late Salomon Benzimra occurred at the Third Annual Israel Advocacy Training Workshop in Toronto. Goldi Steiner was one of several speakers who paid tribute to Salomon's life and work.