Richard Heideman

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(lawyer, zionist)
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BornDetroit, Michigan, US
Alma materUniversity of Michigan, George Washington University, Hebrew University in Jerusalem
Interests • Israel
• “terrorism”

From his website: "Richard D. Heideman is Senior Counsel of Heideman Nudelman & Kalik, P.C., the Washington, D.C. based international human rights and victim rights law firm, President of the American Zionist Movement, and author of The Hague Odyssey: Israel’s Struggle for Security on the Front Lines of Terrorism and Her Battle for Justice at the United Nations"[1]

His Amazon page describes him as "a tireless fighter on behalf of the State of Israel and an advocate for victims of terrorism around the world whose human and individual rights have been violated."[2]


Heideman defined zionism as "the right of the Jewish people to sovereignty in their indigenous and ancestral homeland."[3][4]

Heideman wrote in 2013 in the Times of Israel that "The death of Mandela is the right time for the world to stop characterizing Israeli security measures as a form of racism".


Event Participated in

The Collapse of Europe Conference10 June 200711 June 2007US
Pepperdine University
An openly Islamophobic conference in California, that may have been designed to promote Islamophobia in Europe as part of the "War On Terror".
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