Wednesday Dec 19, 2012
(By Laura Rosbrow)
I can’t count the number of terror related articles I have read in the last year about Israel. On the other hand, I’ve probably only read a few dozen articles over the same period of time about Israeli women facing domestic violence.
With this kind of media focus on conflict many Israeli women, myself included, are more afraid of terror than their intimate partners. However, the data reveals...
Tuesday Dec 11, 2012
(By Timon Dias)
During Operation Pillar of Defense, it became clear to me that most Western college students and opinion makers do not despise or loathe Hamas the way it factually deserves. I personally do not understand this, and I know that most Israeli´s don’t understand this either.
Hamas represents everything that postmodern minds would be expected to oppose with vigor. It is an organization of freedom hating,...
Wednesday Dec 05, 2012
(By Josh Nass)
I am repulsed by the way the world of academia reacted to the news of the conflict that took place in Israel. It certainly would not be justified to contend that all academics are anti-Israel, nor would it be justified to claim that a majority are. But to those that are unfairly hostile toward Israel. To those that have been propagating to their students that Israel was in the wrong in this...
Sunday Nov 25, 2012
Below is a personal story from Ingrid Aria, sharing her experiences from Operation Pillar of Defense:
Ingrid Aria (Photo: Courtesy)
Baruch Hashem I am "ok."
There are no words. Life has gone from relatively normal to completely upside down since last Wednesday evening.
I don't know where to begin to share with you what is going on here.
I don't know how to share with you my...
Tuesday Nov 06, 2012
On a leafy street near Jerusalem’s Old City, armed men with earpieces are always pacing in front of an aging two-story villa. A row of black SUVs are always waiting outside. What is this building at 18 Gershon Agron Road?
An American flag flies on the roof. And it’s sitting in the middle of Israel’s capital. So the place must be the US embassy, right? Think again. This is where US...