A regular man, Niv Nehemiah would have preferred to remain anonymous. His family takes no comfort in being told that he is a hero. They want him to heal, to stop being in so much pain. Two months after the terror attack in the Yavneh grocery store, where he works, everything is a challenge. He … More Heroism looks like Niv Nehemiah
Two nights ago I sat in a restaurant with my family. The singing from the table behind us signified that it was not just my birthday. Grandparents were sitting at the center of a long table. The grandmother holding a newborn baby, her husband next to her, surrounded by their five married children, each with … More What happens after the terror attack?
What is the connection between Donald Trump, the GOP elections and the story about the IDF soldier now on trial for executing a terrorist in Hebron? It might seems weird to connect between these stories but I see a powerful (and very obvious) relationship between these seemingly unconnected issues: wanting to “win”. Everyone wants to … More Because I want to win
On Monday, 3:30 am Yael heard someone in her home. Suddenly a man burst through the door of her bedroom. He had a knife and an iron pipe. He had come from Gaza to kill her. The terrorist told her to get down on the floor but she knew that was one thing she was … More I just did what I had to do…
There is what amounts to a civil war going on in my country and no one seems to notice… Israeli Arabs, citizens of Israel, are attacking Israeli Jews simply because they are Jewish. Last week there was an attempt to lynch Israeli government workers who made the “mistake” of driving through East … More Country on fire