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Rachel Avraham is a senior political analyst at the Safadi Center for International Diplomacy, Research, Public Relations and Human Rights, which is run by Mendi Safadi, Israeli Communication Minister Ayoob Kara's former chief of staff. For almost a decade, she is a Middle East based journalist, covering radical Islam, terrorism, human rights abuses in the Muslim world, minority rights abuses in the Muslim world, women's rights issues in the Muslim world, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Syria, Azerbaijan, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the Jewish Diaspora, anti-Semitism, international affairs and other issues of importance. Avraham is the author of “Women and Jihad: Debating Palestinian Female Suicide Bombings in the American, Israeli and Arab Media," a ground breaking book that was endorsed by former Israel Consul General Dr. Yitzchak Ben Gad and Israeli Communications Minister Ayoob Kara.

Op-Ed: Hanukkah Teaches the Importance of Preserving the Jewish Heritage

As Jews around the world celebrate Chanukkah, we remember that the Seleucid Greeks sought to eradicate the Jewish religion from the face of the...

Op-Ed: Celebrating Hanukkah in Israel and America

As Jews celebrate Hanukkah around the globe, like every year, I am reminded of the fact that the way that Israelis celebrate Hanukkah is...

Op-Ed: Why Hanukkah Matters for The Jewish People

Jews around the world are celebrating Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of lights. But many Jews sometimes ask, why does this holiday matter?  For many...

Op-Ed: How a Biden Presidency Will Strengthen Iran

The election of Joe Biden as US President is set to bring about a series of policy changes, both in Israel and across the...

Op-Ed: The Attacks upon Journalists Must End

Since I began expressing my views on the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh, a series of Armenian individuals have sent me a series of anti-Semitic...

Op-Ed: The Significance of Sukkot

For forty years as the Jewish people were wandering in the desert on the way to the Land of Israel after being slaves in...
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As COVID-19 continues to plague the country, Israel has seen its unemployment rate skyrocket and small businesses shutter their doors. The government's emergency unemployment...

Op-Ed: The Significance of Tisha B’Av

Tisha B’Av was originally supposed to be a day of joy and happiness, the day where the Jewish people were to ascend into the...

Op-Ed: Jewish Privilege Does Not Exist

In recent times, many Black Lives Matter activists and other radical leftists have been asserting that Jewish Americans benefit from something called Jewish privilege. ...

Op-Ed: The Fifth Child Who Is Not at The Seder Table

Every year when the family gathers around for the Passover Seder, we discuss the 4 different types of children sitting around the table. We...