RABBI MARVIN HIER is Founder and Dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, one of the world’s foremost human rights organizations, with offices in the USA, Canada, Israel, France and Argentina. He heads the Center’s Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, which has been visited by nearly six million people, and the Center’s film division, Moriah Films. Under his leadership, the Wiesenthal Center is building a $200 million Museum of Tolerance in Jerusalem. Rabbi Hier meets regularly with world leaders to advance the Wiesenthal Center agenda: teaching the lessons of the Holocaust; confronting anti-Semitism, hate, and terrorism; standing with Israel and defending the safety of Jews worldwide. He is frequently sought out by the international media for his views on current events. Rabbi Hier is the recipient of two Academy Awards and two honorary doctorates, one from Yeshiva University. He was named “Knight of the National Order of Merit” by French President Francois Mitterrand and twice “The Most Influential Rabbi in America” by Newsweek. He is the only rabbi who is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.