Keren Khait - California State University Northridge
A Jewish woman in her 60s noticed my tattoo. I have a Star of David on the back on my neck with the word Chai ("life" in Hebrew) in it. I noticed her giving me an attitude and lecturing me about my tattoo.
This has happened to me before and every time I More »
It is said that most lies are “lies of omission.” This is when someone simply fails to mention critical facts about a particular situation, purposely misleading the reader to the wrong conclusion. The opinion submission “Palestinian ethnic cleansing from Israel is ongoing, must be stopped” that appeared in the Daily Bruin on May 16 certainly More »
In Israel, you have the right to worship freely. It is the only thriving democracy in the Middle East and a safe haven for those who seek protection from religious persecution and overbearing political regimes.
Recently, the Jewish State has taken a large step towards strengthening and expanding its fundamental principles of freedom of access and More »
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.