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I feared speaking out against anti-Israel propaganda, then something within me changed.
Thousands of teens gathered — and bonded — in Dallas for USY International Convention.
Meeting Israeli teens facing army service compelled me to switch my career track.
Chopping tomatoes for Israeli salad and drinking chocolate milk out of a bag are fun ways to instill a love for Israel.
Israeli teens love ‘Shtisel,’ the TV show about a charedi family, whose characters are remarkably relatable.
Dozens of teens reflect on the new president and his administration.
Experiencing anti-Semitism, a growing campus scourge, is my greatest college fear.
Henrietta Szold’s brand of Zionism aided the poor and promoted peace.
Experiencing anti-Semitism in Moscow didn’t weaken me; those words strengthened my Jewish identity.
Judi Bari spoke for the trees and I admire her selflessness.