Everything you’ve heard is true: The brave young women in the Israeli Defence Force are all gorgeous as well.
Here on the wall separating Hebron from “Martyrs Street,” I’m pessimistic about the chance for peace every coming to Israel.
A shopkeeper I spoke to in Hebron, Israel said international NGOs are making billions of dollars for “aiding” Palestinians, and that this is actually an obstacle to the peace process.
At The Rebel, we believe in bringing you “the other side of the story.” In that spirit, I toured a Palestinian Authority-controlled “refugee camp” with my guide, Mustafa.
As you can tell from my coverage, I am pro-Israel. But I am often criticized for not showing the other side. So I went to a refugee camp in Bethlehem to listen to what they have to say…
Countless international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have offices in Hebron, Israel. They’re supposed to be “helping” but instead they make the situation worse by imposing their agendas and worldview on the residents. The “Temporary International Presence in Hebron” has been here for 21 years, and of course, so are the Doctors Without Borders — or, as …
To my surprise, many of the young men I met in Hebron had British accents. Yishai Fleisher, a spokesperson for this town in Israel, explained why young Jewish men and women from around the world are coming to this place, where despite being the indigenous people, Jews are now vastly outnumbered.