Friday 3rd of march - I jump out of bed at 5 a.m. after a sleepless night and drive to Utopia. And trust me, not a single word in this sentence is an exaggeration. After a stereotype-busting Danish social experiment went viral on Facebook, (you can watch it HERE ) dozens of excited groups called … Continue reading One Friday morning in Utopia by Moriya Rosenberg, Israel (Hebrew follows English)
Moses led his people through the desert on the journey to the Holy Land. Those who are coming now neither have a leader nor are coming for religious reasons. They are mostly Sudanese, Ethiopians and Eritreans who escape from their homeland because of war and violence. They regard Israel as a safe destination. This is … Continue reading The Modern Exodus by Miriam Yosef, Germany
I was always an adventurous girl, I always try to learn new thing and be present in new experiences. So I answered "why not?" to the invitation to be a participant in Eurasia Model UN in Passau, Germany. Basically I was the only Israeli and eventually only Jew in the conference, but I liked the … Continue reading Peace Begins with Us by Moran, Israel
In that photo, that frozen moment, one sole tree was standing. Simply decorated with strips of yellow lights wrapped around it. The humble Christmas tree stood there, informing the residents of Al-Hasakah - my home city - that the holidays season has arrived. Passers-by staring strangely at the tree as if though it’s a ray … Continue reading A Wish for Christmas by Enana Hermez, Syria
My transformation from an IDF soldier to a peace activist. You can follow Adar on his Facebook page.