Registration is now open for Hasbara Fellowships in Israel Summer 2013! Dates: May 20- June 5 (Includes a New England Track!), May 20 - June 5 (Social Media Track) & June 16 - July 2!
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“People to People. Nation to Nations.” is an engaging set of materials showcasing Israel’s humanitarian aid to nations around the world in times of disaster. Available November 2012
"Israel Inside: How A Small Nation Makes a Big Difference" Bring this incredible film to your campus today!
May 8, 2013
Special guest Speakers Gladys Amaning and Janette Hirschman visited University of California Irvine and “Teachers for Tomorrow, ” on the California tour of the film Kumasi Haifa.
Apr 30, 2013
By: Elliot Malin
Elliot Malin is a Hasbara Fellow, from the class of winter 2011. He was recently elected Vice President of the Associated Students at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Mar 21, 2013
Israel-US Bilateral Relations
The warm and friendly relations of President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu throughout the visit demonstrated the unbreakable ties and strategic relationship between the two nations that fully reflects their common values and shared interests.
Feb 14, 2013
By: Melanie Goldberg, February 10, 2013
I was made aware of the SJP event, “Judith Butler & Omar Barghouti – BDS Movement for Palestinian Rights,” in early January. I was appalled that Brooklyn College’s Political Science Department was co-sponsoring the event, because I did not feel that a publicly funded academic institution should endorse such hateful and anti-Semitic views. However, since, I was away in England at the time, Kohanteb, me and the rest of the members of the Israel Clubs had agreed to keep this quiet, and address the matter directly with the Political Science department and the Brooklyn College administration when we returned from vacation.
May 24, 2011
Acclimated to our new surroundings, we hit the ground running, starting the day with a strategic tour of Jerusalem. We visited various locations, deciphering how the city’s borders have changed from 1948 to 1967 to today. The stories of bravery and sacrifice from soldiers and civilians alike recounted by our tour guide, Jonty Blackman, were inspiring. In particular, the town of Giloh, which overlooks Bethlehem, was established to protect the more populated areas of Jerusalem and is today a thriving and vibrant community integrated into the city.
Following our tour, we heard some inspiring words regarding pro-Israel activism on campus and also explored the root causes of anti-Semitism. By understanding the origins of anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism we can better combat these occurrences on our campuses. I and the other fellows are excited for the next two weeks and will surely return to campus better equipped to advocate for Israel.
York University, Canada
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The group overlooking the Mount of Olives in East Jerusalem.
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Defending Israel against campus attacks, New Jersey Jewish News
Palestine's Democratic Deficit, The New York Times
Follow Up: Brooklyn College Teetering on the Point of No Return, Justin Goldstein, The Times of Israel