Standing on a Jerusalem street corner on the one trip I made to Israel, I had an overwhelming feeling that most of my life had been spent asleep or in hiding. The Israelis I saw all around me, on the other hand, seemed alive in ways Americans were not; their hearts awake and on their sleeves.
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“I’ve never seen a Jew before.” His eyes searched my head. I could feel heat in my face, I knew damn well he was looking for horns.
Veteran’s Day rolled around last week and incited a variety of emotions. Was anyone else’s facebook news feed teaming with complaints about not having the day off? Hmm…For most of us, Veteran’s Day gave a moment of pause to reflect upon people whom we love, admire and respect for committing and sometimes sacrificing themselves for our country and for us.
Last fall, a Jewish soldier named Michael Handman who was stationed at Fort Benning in Georgia was beaten severely by a fellow soldier and discriminated against in training by two […]