In the wake of the Islamic Panic and the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting, I’m struggling to find my American pride, because hate is running rampant yet again.Read More
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict is already rife with enough misinformation, and the Daily Express has only succeeded in generating unnecessary fear.
Nobody can say for certain whether world war looms on the horizon, but if it does, it might not be Hamas or the IDF lighting the fuse.Read More
The question of Israeli and Arab coexistance is complex and extraordinarily sensitive, and it is more often answered with misunderstandings than fruitful discussions.
This is one of the biggest problems Israel faces today, but fortunately, a group of Israeli and Arab educational reformists are pushing for change, and their answer is the classroom.Read More
Volume, Rishon Leziyyon's youth music center, is a safe place where the kids of the community can go to explore their creative potential.
But, Volume is quieter than it's been in the past.Read More
Israel is more than a war-state or a hotbed for media coverage. Like many places in the Middle East, it is a cultural crossroads, vibrant with people and history, and that is what makes it beautiful.
If you’re curious about why I’m here, or if you’ve ever had conflicting thoughts about Israel, this post will be well worth your time.Read More
I’d never felt like an enemy before, but the clothes I chose to wear to Ramle left me with a mark and a message.Read More
Israel is a multicultural society that has chosen not to adopt an educational policy of multiculturalism. The school system is in near-constant cultural disarray, and certain ethnic groups have been forgotten.
But, the system is getting a lift, and it’s thanks to the support of NGO’s like the Israel Center for Educational Innovation.Read More
Americans can see Israel on CNN, or Fox News, or Facebook, but the sights from within the borders provide a much different perspective. To learn the real Israel, we should learn her people.
Here’s 6 first impressions.Read More
They say Israel is the Holy Land. They are right.
Israel is not the sum of its problems. Rather, it is the culmination of its peoples, and although it might not be a place of financial wealth, it’s cultures are myriad, and its richness comes in community.
We of Yahel recently became a part of this community.Read More