Gustavo D. Perednik

Gustavo Daniel Perednik, is an Argentinian-born Israeli author and educator. Perednik graduated from the University of Buenos Aires and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem (cum laude). He completed doctoral studies in philosophy in New York and is a member of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

Publications by Gustavo D. Perednik

Cry for Us, Argentina…

Threats against the team’s families led the Argentine soccer team to cancel Israel visit Read More »

Iranian Terror and Argentinian Justice: The Case of Alberto Nisman, the Prosecutor Who Knew Too Much

Alberto Nisman was a genuine hero and a brilliant idealist who believed that forces of law can defeat terrorism. Read More »

Naive Spanish Judeophobia

Jews currently make up less than 0.05 percent of Spain’s population, where they were ambivalently rediscovered after four centuries of absence and demonization. Although deep and intense, Judeophobia in Spain is less scrutinized than in other Western countries. Spanish traditions, media, and vocabulary, even among intellectuals, point to a rooted hatred about which Spaniards are utterly naive. This can be traced to a national obsession about unity and homogeneity, which may be related to the fr Read More »