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Rachel Avraham

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Rachel Avraham is the President of the Dona Gracia Mendes Nasi Center for Human Rights in Middle East (under formation) and is a 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. In addition, she is a counter-terror analyst at the Islamic Theology on Counter-Terrorism, a think tank run by British Pakistani dissident Noor Dahri. For over 6 years, 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, 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: isolationism Encourages Isis Terrorism and Iranian Aggression

 Americans should know that what starts out with others can and will come back to haunt them at home.   As the Trump administration plans to...

Legendary Israeli Spy Eli Cohen’s Widow Endorses Mendi Safadi as Likud Candidate

 ''You are part of us,” Nadia Cohen told Mendi Safadi.  “You are part of our heart.  You are part of our blood.”  According to...

Is Israel on The Verge of Obtaining Energy Independence?

Will Israel soon be exporting natural gas to Europe via an extended pipeline?  On January 14, the energy ministers of Greece, Cyprus, Egypt, Italy,...

Op-Ed: What Are the Implications of Trump’s Withdrawal from Syria?

Trump is withdrawing from Syria and wants the Turks to replace him.  But A Turkish buffer zone in Syria is illegal according to international...

Op-Ed: Environmentalism in The Jewish Faith

Trees are pivotal to our earth and on Tu B’Shevat, the New Year for Trees, we recall the strong connection between the environmental movement,...

Op-Ed: Tu B’shevat Marks the Beginning of Commemorating Our Redemption from The Egyptian Bondage

Tu B’Shevat is the New Year for Trees.   This holiday marks how in the nature, the tree journeys from being stagnant to producing fruits.  ...

Op-Ed: The Media Must Stop Appeasing Terrorists

 Supporting terrorism and wanton violence is not a legitimate political perspective.   The media should not relate to it as such.   It is good to...

Op-Ed: Trump Needs to Stop Giving Into the Iranian Regime

In recent days, the US has been constantly changing their position regarding the US withdrawal from Syria.  What was going to be an immediate...

Op-Ed: America’s Vibrant Democracy

Two American congresswomen were permitted to take the oath of office on the Quran while in many Muslim countries, non-Muslim minorities are not given...

Analysis: How Does the Holocaust Continue to Affect Us Today?

On the eve of International Holocaust Memorial Day, Rachel Avraham interviewed internationally acclaimed anti-Semitism expert Manfred Gerstenfeld and discussed how the Holocaust continues to...