Jews in the Diaspora are an invaluable intellectual, cultural, professional and moral resource.
Jewish communities throughout the world are faithful citizens of the states in which they live, do not consume governmental funds, and certainly do not create poverty and blight. These communities improve their surroundings, and are largely self-sufficient socially and economically.
Despite all of this, the informational ‘vacuum’ affects them as well, contributing to anti-Semitism and violence against Jews.
Diaspora communities are a source of strength – their voices, too, must be heard in the info-revolution.