Ten Toxic Terms Pro-Israel Advocates Must Fight

Mainstream Western media coverage of Israel is laced with expressions intentionally crafted to delegitimize the Jewish State. The good news is that these terms weren’t written in stone 3,300 years ago, but are post-Israel independence creations. By forfeiting this language, we forfeit our history. Here are 10 phrases we must stop repeating: #1- “The West More »


Today I Was Asked By CNN If I Am Brain Dead

CNN does not have a great reputation for a fair and balanced coverage of events involving Israel. Ten years ago, Israeli hip-hop group HaDag Nachash released a song called Shirat HaStikar. The song’s lyrics include the lines that were found on bumper stickers throughout Israel, namely “CNN Mishaker” – “CNN lies”. I don’t think anyone More »


ZOA Praises South Carolina’s House of Reps for Strengthening Protections for Jewish College Students

The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) strongly praised South Carolina’s House of Representatives today for passing a bill (H. 3643) which requires South Carolina’s colleges and universities to use the U.S. State Department’s definition of anti-Semitism in reviewing, investigating, and deciding whether their anti-discrimination policies have been violated.  The State Department’s definition of anti-Semitism appropriately More »


Anti-Semitism is the New Social Justice

Hating Israel is the thing to do today on university campuses. It makes you seem “progressive.” It means you’re “woke” and socially aware. It means you’re fighting against a tyrannical regime. It is supporting the struggle of an oppressed people at the hands of White colonialist supremacy. Zionism is racism. Israel is evil, end of More »


Making Vision a Reality

My two week trip to Israel this 2016-2017 winter has been many things. Moments of joy mixed with moments that were eye opening. The conclusion of my trip was spent on Mount Herzl. This is the place where so many who strived for peace, rest. Next on the agenda was The Herzl museum, which commemorates More »