Yemeni Muslims and Jews start family, by Mokhtar – Yemen

Around July 22, 2009, some Jewish families moved from Raidah district, Amran province, to Sawan area in the Yemeni capital Sana'a, the place where I used to live. I happened to be neighbors with a Yemeni guy called Abdurrahman who got married to a displace Jewish woman called Laiah. Raidah, a Yemeni village in Amran province … Continue reading Yemeni Muslims and Jews start family, by Mokhtar – Yemen

New Friends, New Perspectives | Matan, Israel

This time I am going to tell you directly about Israel and my life in Jerusalem as I see it, without comparing it to any other place. I think there is no better way to project a message than by telling it through your own story. For each and every one of us, there is a … Continue reading New Friends, New Perspectives | Matan, Israel

I am a Messenger by Lea Ledwon, Germany

I am on an airplane, flying back to Germany. I have spent the last four years in Israel and decided to take a break from the Middle Eastern craziness, beauty, stress and intensity. Full of emotions and a head steaming of thoughts about my experiences and the great friends I have made, I finally find … Continue reading I am a Messenger by Lea Ledwon, Germany

A Jew in a Foreign Land by Yael Mizrahi, Israel

Having been raised as a religious Jew in the United States, my support for Israel is a given. After having lived in Israel for six years, my understanding of Israel’s position has surely undergone a fundamental transition, in part due to the basic process of maturation, as well as a few eye-opening experiences. I would … Continue reading A Jew in a Foreign Land by Yael Mizrahi, Israel