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 »


Visiting Israeli Knesset

Despite having visited Israel multiple times, and even living in Israel for a year, I had never gone to the Knesset. Yesterday that changed, and it changed with an incredible introduction. I did not just go on a basic tour around the building; I was able to sit in on hearings, meet with Members of More »


Life in Sderot: Rockets and Toddlers

I’ve seen the videos of the songs children in Sderot sing as the Tzeva Adom (Red Alert) siren goes off.  “My heart is beating boom boom boom boom boom… but I am overcoming because I am a little different… falling down – boom – but now we may stand up…” the song goes.  I’ve been More »