Imagine meeting Steve. He tells you: “Hi! My name is Steve and I’m an engineer at the car factory.” Steve pulls out his phone and shows you video of the factory where he works, pointing out Joe, Tom and Larry, his colleagues. He tells you: “We all really love cars; we think they are fantastic … More Islam means submission, not peace
People around the world are fed with countless stories about Israel. I wonder how many of them are true. I have no statistics, however I do know that the international media commonly reports without showing the context, is guilty of purposely slanting stories, omitting details and even outright, blatant lies. From the comments people make … More Things you will never see on your t.v.
Parents around the world are familiar with the child’s fear of the dark, the fear of monsters under the bed or in the closet. In most cases, this fear is irrational and can be banished by simply turning on the lights. In Israel, it’s the parents that are afraid for their children. The monsters are … More Monsters under the bed…
Again we are hearing news of negotiations for a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel. The world media seems jubilant. I am not. I don’t want a ceasefire. I want peace. Real peace. A ceasefire means ceasing to fire. It makes no mention of putting down weapons, or taking a step further and “beating swords into … More I don’t want a ceasefire.
I have just uploaded the full War in Haifa photo series in presentation format. The War in Haifa series was created by the talented photojournalist, Lenny M from Haifa (my beloved!) and documents the effects of the 2006 Second Lebanon War on Haifa. The War in Haifa series is more relevant than ever as Israeli … More Pictures speak louder than words – see the reality of living under missile attack
Years later the signs still remain… On Holocaust Memorial Day it seems more appropriate than ever to post this image: In 2006 Hezbollah rained missiles on to the cities of northern Israel. Each missile was carefully packed full of full of metal death balls, specifically designed to rip through flesh and bones. On impact, the … More Remember and respect your history
Meet Ro’i Klein. Look at his face. Doesn’t he look like a sweet and gentle man? 31 years old, husband to Sarah, father of three year old Gilad and one and a half year old Yoav, Ro’i (pronounced “Row-ee”) was supposed to celebrate his birthday on July 27th. Admired for his calm peacefulness and constant … More “If I don’t do it, who will?”