As a marketer the incongruence of the way Israel’s media presents Naftali Bennett stands out like an enormous red flag. There is a deliberate pattern that is impossible to ignore – and it crosses over from the news to entertainment shows. Either they ignore him or they mock him mercilessly. The question is, why? On … More 3 reasons both the left and the right are terrified of Naftali Bennett
There are two kinds of people who hate strong Jews: your run-of-the-mill Jew haters (classical antisemites) and colonized Jews. 2000 years of living as unwelcome guests in other people’s lands have taken a toll on the Jewish People. Putting your head down, being quiet in the face of abuse and minimizing signs of Jewishness have … More The freedom of the Jews
A real friend is someone who not only says nice things but also acts accordingly. A true friend is consistent in his support. What he says and does remains the same, no matter who is asking, if the cameras are on him or not, if it is convenient or not. This is what a friend … More This is what a friend of Israel sounds like
Two weeks ago I found myself in Washington DC, standing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Contemplating but not silent, the 19 foot tall form of Lincoln looks out through the columns of the temple where his memory is enshrined, towards the towering monument honoring the father of the nation, George Washington. This was the … More Restoring honor to America: with malice toward none, charity for all and firmness in right
Before the elections, I hope the people of Israel hear this message.
Benjamin Netanyahu has one of, if not the hardest job in the world. Arguably, the position of American President is also very hard however, that nation is so large that the effect of even devastatingly wrong decisions are not felt immediately. Israel is a country balanced on the edge of a knife. Sneeze in the … More The hardest job in the world