One of the largest divisions in the Zionist community is between Jews and Non-Jews. As someone who is neither culturally nor religiously Jewish, I’ve noticed something pretty awful happening at UC Irvine. The Zionist community has been split along these Jewish and Non-Jewish lines and this has influenced both groups’ approaches on campus.
As a student on a liberal university campus, I often hear Israel spoken about in the context of human rights violations. On the contrary, Israel is at the forefront of domestic, local, and international humanitarian relief efforts.
In 2007, Israel sent a team of medical experts to assist after a major earthquake in Peru. More »
Being a vocal Zionist on a college campus is only half the battle, especially when you are not Jewish. The other half is attempting to show other students, who have largely been misinformed about Israel, that a Zionist is not a mythical beast to be whispered about in the same breath as the archetypal racist, More »